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.

SABRC 2017-2018 Funding Information

Applications are now open for SABRC Funding for 2017-2018 Academic Year. Applications are due by March 31 at 11:59pm. Presentations will be made on April 8th. 

SABRC Walk In Consultations will be held on March 27th and 28th in Student Center Room 1 from 3-5pm. No appointment is necessary

Click here for SABRC Funding Application


Questions regarding SABRC funding can be directed to the Chairperson, Desirae Coleman at: dcoleman@mail.bradley.edu or the SABRC Advisor, Tom Coy at tcoy@bradley.edu.


CSBRC 2017-2018 Funding Information

Funding is currently closed for the 2017-2018 funding year. Late applications will open in September. All CSBRC forms and information can be found here

Questions regarding CSBRC funding can be directed to the Chairperson, Kelsey Vogt at: kavogt@mail.bradley.edu or the CSBRC Advisor, Michael Croal at mcroal@bradley.edu


Olive B. White Scholarship

The Olive B. White Scholarship was founded in November 1963 by the Bradley University Student Senate in honor of the past Dean of Women and head of the English Department, Olive B. White.  The Student Center Board became a cosponsor of the scholarship in the spring of 1964.  The principal of the endowed fund was created by the Student Senate, Student Center Board and Lecture Arts Committee.

The Olive B. White scholarship was awarded for the first time during the spring semester 1964-65.  Thereafter, the award was announced each year at the beginning of the fall semester and bestowed at the Student Leadership Recognition Reception held each spring.

This scholarship is restricted to tuition.  A student whose other financial assistance meets or exceeds tuition costs is not eligible for additional scholarship dollars (i.e. tuition remission).

Click here for the application.

Campus Calendar

Forms & Updates

Event Planning Forms

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.