It’s Spring..get active! March 25, 2013Posted by John Reckling in : Uncategorized , comments closed
Welcome back students. It is spring quarter and a great time to get involved in some of the many activities coming your way. Below are some Welcome Week events you should consider:
Wednesday, March 27, 8 PM, Student Center
SAC presents, Welcome Week Coffeehouse
Thursday, March 28, 8 PM, Arnold Hall
SAC Alumni Spotlight: SAC presents a lecture by SCAD alumni Amy Lind and Charles Williams, both award-winning fine artists and entrepreneurs in their field of painting. They will discuss their experiences at SCAD, how they have become successful in their careers and answer student questions. This event is open to all SCAD community members with a valid ID.
Friday, March 29, All Day
SERVE It Up! Join the student-led community service action group SERVE for a full day of activities to help the local community. For more info, please go to the SERVE blog.
Friday, March 29, 2-4 PM, Student Center 2nd floor
Student Club Fair: All students are invited to the Student Club Fair. This event will include information about involvement opportunities, clubs and activities at SCAD. Find out what club is right for you.
Friday, March 29, 8 PM
Movie Under the Stars: Join SAC for an outdoor screening of the documentary, “Waste Land”. The film follows renowned New York artist Vik Moniz to the world’s largest garbage dump in Brazil, where he works with “pickers” of recyclable materials to create art to help the people of the community. Bring your blankets.
The Sketchbook Project with Steven Peterman January 14, 2013Posted by John Reckling in : Uncategorized , comments closed
Friday, Jan. 25
The Student Activities Council presents SCAD Alumnus Steven Peterman, co-founder of the Sketchbook Project. Steven Peterman will discuss his SCAD experience, how it helped shape his career, and the founding of the Sketchbook Project. The Sketchbook Project’s mobile library will be at the event. For more information on the Sketchbook Project, please visit: http://www.sketchbookproject.com.
This event is free for students, alumni, faculty, and staff with SCAD ID.
It’s a new year..Get Involved! January 11, 2013Posted by John Reckling in : Uncategorized , comments closed
Welcome back students and welcome to our newcomers who just joined us for orientation last week. It’s an new year and a great opportunity to challenge yourself. Interested in checking out a club, working on a community service project or enhancing your leadership skills? If so, we have many options for you. Come visit us at the student involvement office at the student center, 120 Montgomery Street, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. M-F. We would love to help you further challenge yourself and strengthen your resume.Uncategorized , comments closed
The office of student involvement at the Savannah College of Art and Design offers programs to help students become strong leaders and productive members of the college community. These programs may be social, cultural, intellectual, recreational or professional in nature.
- Welcome Week (fall quarter week of activities for new and returning students)
- USF open forum meetings
- Fall Fest (annual block party for new and returning students)
- Leadership conferences
- Bike safety programs
- Abercrombie and Fitch Design Challenge
- Masquerade ball
- Quarterly student budget allocations
- SAC planning meetings
- SERVE interest meetings
- Winter Fest (winter quarter recruitment event for SCAD clubs and organizations)Visit the Clubs and Organizations tab to learn more about these events and other events offered.
- Sidewalk Arts Festival
- SPLASH! (community service extravaganza)
- Spring family weekend
- Student leadership awards banquet
- Talent show
- Alternative Spring Break (annual week-long community service trip)
Get active! October 1, 2012Posted by John Reckling in : Uncategorized , comments closed
Welcome to the student involvement blog!
We hope that you will take some time to look over the many opportunities to get involved at SCAD that are sponsored by the office of student involvement.
We work with Student Activities Council, SERVE, United Student Forum and over 90 clubs and organizations to bring you a diverse choice of involvement opportunities at SCAD. This is a great place to explore options for contributing to your in class education or for exploring new passions and making friends who share your interests.
So, take a minute to look around. If, for any reason, you don’t find what you are looking for or would like to create a club for an interest that is not yet covered, please give us a call: 912.525.4400.