Student Activities Office

The Student Activities Office provides a variety of services to student organizations and the campus community including program planning, leadership and organizational development, contracts and negotiation, posting validation, publicity and promotion development, talent acquisition and financial management.

Other functions of the Student Activities Office include maintaining a master calendar of campus events to assist the University community in scheduling programs without conflict as well as managing the Michel Student Center Information Desk, Sisson Hall Student Organization Offices, Lydia's Lounge and quad space.

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Fall Student Organization Event Calendar

Whether you are a student leader planning a date for an event or a Bradley student curious about what events are planned this fall, you're going to want to check out this calendar!  It is jam-packed with fun, educational and cultural activities for you this fall.  Click on the title above to open the PDF calendar.  Please note that event dates are continually being added as our office is made of aware of them.

Campus Event Planning

Are you a student leader planning an event on campus and have questions about the logistics of how to do so?  Our office has created a comprehensive online resource that should answer any and all questions you may have about how to plan an event on Bradley's campus.  Click on the headline "Campus Event Planning" to be directed to that webpage.  If you have additional questions after reading through that, do not hesitate to contact our office.

Mandatory Student Organization Training

As communicated in the spring, one member from your student organization will need to attend the Bradley Organization Leader Training (BOLT) this year to be officially registered with our office.  FAILURE TO ATTEND WILL RESULT IN LOSS OF STUDENT ORGANIZATION PRIVILEGES – including but not limited to reserving space on campus, rights to an office space in Sisson, displaying posters on campus and access to SABRC funding.  If you fail to attend BOLT, a make-up session will be offered in late October and your privileges as a student organization will be revoked until you attend that make-up session.