Campus Activities Board (CAB), a board comprised of students, is responsible for much of the large-scale event programming on campus. CAB’s purpose is to create activities that fulfill students' interests by providing social, educational, and cultural events.
For more information or to get involved, visit us in the Student Life & Leadership office is the US Senator Alan J. Dixon Student Center or call us at (618) 671-6143. Be sure to check out the full calendar of campus events.
Campus Activities Board - Annual Activities
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION & WEEK OF WELCOME
In addition to attending required New Student Orientation (NSO) sessions, you definitely don’t want to miss out on the many fun activities we have planned throughout the first few weeks of school to familiarize new students with Lindenwood Belleville’s campus and culture and to welcome back our returning students. Past activities have included organization fairs, International Mixer, Sand Volleyball Tournament and Bonfire, movie nights, Greek events, and much more.
Each year, Lindenwood University hosts its annual Winter Week. The event will feature activities including Lighting Up Lindenwood, where the campus community celebrates while lighting up the campus. Enjoy a winter wonderland with food, crafts, memories to make with friends, and much more.
Fall & Spring Concerts
Campus Activities Board is excited to offer students a concert in both the fall and spring semesters. Check out the events calendar for more information.
SPRING FLING WEEK
Spring Fling Week gives students a chance to unwind before the last stretch of the spring semester. Past activities have included movie nights, comedians, luaus, concerts, and much more. And don't forget to join us for our Community & Campus Day of Service, a day where Lindenwood Belleville provides community service across the Belleville area. The day also includes free breakfast and a t-shirt!
Because Finals Week is a very stressful time for Lindenwood Belleville students, we offer opportunities each semester for students to take a break from studying and also extend facility hours to accommodate students’ busy schedules. Midnight Breakfast allow students to get late night snacks on campus during peak studying hours. In addition, the library and computer labs offer extended hours for students’ studying needs.