CBSS Fall FestivalPublished Thursday, October 10th, 2019
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences hosted its inaugural CBSS Fall Festival in the Health and Human Services Building Quad.
The purpose of the Fall Festival was to familiarize students with the programs and resources offered under CBSS as well as the university student resources on campus. The event featured the CBSS Dean’s Office for registration, welcome information, program fact sheets, the Academic Success Center, the CBSS Student Ambassadors, Academic Departments’ program majors, minors, resources, clubs and honor societies.
The festival also included other university offices and resources that assist students, like: Academic Advisement Center, Career Center, Student Services, Sports and Athletics, Disability Support Services, the Wellness and Fitness Center, the Writing Center, Financial Aid, Scholarships, the Honors College, Information Technology Division, Census 2020, and others that provide direct services and support for students.
Over 300 students from our campus and Frederick Douglas High School attended. Our primary goals to increase awareness about CBSS programs, clubs, and resources, as well as the broad range of university resources, was achieved. We heard many, “I’m happy to know this!!” “Thank You” and “now THIS feels like an HBCU”!!!!!!.
Based on the positive feedback and direct requests from students, faculty, staff, and administrators, to do it again, CBSS will be sponsoring this event each semester.
To view more photos from the CBSS Fall Fest, visit: https://www.facebook.com/pg/cbsscsu/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1017383311769989