Student Programs are groups that function primarily to provide programs and events for the campus and/or community and surrounding areas.
The Eureka College Student Senate is organized to assure oversight of campus organizations and is designed to work with faculty, staff and administration on bettering the social and academic environment on campus. Responsible to the student body, the membership of the Senate includes class presidents and senators elected at large. Student Senate meets weekly at 6:30pm in the Terrill Rooms of the Cerf Center.
Campus Activities Board
The Campus Activities Board is a voluntary organization of interested students that provides input regarding social activities on campus. Dances, movies, mini-concerts, concerts, and special events are planned on the basis of students' suggestions. Other groups, supplement, complement, and coordinate student activities in association with C.A.B. CAB meets every other Monday at 5pm, via Zoom. Contact Abby McIntire, email@example.com, CAB President, for login Information.
All of our Events Can be Found on the Student Engagement Calendar
CAB is seeking executive board members for the 2021--2022 school year. CAB assists in providing social programming that helps to build community on campus. Events CAB has hosted this past year include, Welcome Back Events, Trivia Events, Bonfires, Movies, Cultural Programming, Online Gaming Tournaments, Give-Aways (Stuffed Animals, Street Signs), Holiday Tree Lighting, Spring Egg Hunt, End of the Year Block Party, etc. Being involved in CAB is a great opportunity to gain VALUABLE leadership skills. Applications are due by Friday, April 23, 5 pm, with interviews taking place before the end of the semester.
For questions or to request accommodations, contact OSL:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 309.476.6424
Arts & Lectures Board
The Arts and Lectures Board is a program through Student Senate that strives to bring nationally-known educational and cultural events to the campus of Eureka College.
Greek Council at Eureka College functions to create an atmosphere that will help develop and maintain good relations between independents and Greeks and among Greeks themselves. The Greek Council also sponsors programs that aid the development of its member organizations and the individual members. It is also responsible for helping promote the Greek system and providing service to the Campus Community. The Greek Council is composed of two representatives from each of the active fraternities and sororities, both national and local, on this campus. Eureka College currently has six greek chapters active and on campus – three sororities and three fraternities. Membership in greek life continues to expand. With that growth springs new activities, new opportunities, and new chapter connections.
TheAdmissions Ambassadors are a voluntary group of students who provide support the Admissions staff. The Admissions Ambassadors share their Eureka Experience with prospective students by giving campus tours, meeting and greeting at the Discovery Days, serving on student panels, and hosting overnight guests so they can experience college dorm life.