The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the programming board that allocates an earmarked portion of the Student Activity Fee for social, cultural, educational, and community service programs. CAB is beginning the process of identifying programs for Spring 2015. If your department is planning a program for students and believes that CAB may be interested in co-sponsoring the event, information about the Community Proposal submission process can be found online. The application is Web-based and can also be found online. Please print the form prior to submitting the document – this option is available to you on the submission page (last page of the form).  Community Proposals for Spring 2015 are due to CAB by Monday, Nov. 14 at 11:45pm.

CAB has funded numerous campus programs including Feminists Are Funny with the Women’s Center, the International Film Series with the Center for International Service; the Spring Festival with the School of Education, and Majors and Minors Week with the Center for Advising and Academic Success, as well as programs to strengthen community and promote pride in CSI including funding refreshments for the CSI Leadership Conference, and funding a portion of the CSI Freshmen and Honors convocations.

CAB sets aside $15,000 per semester for community proposal funding. Therefore CAB will not approve funds in an amount of more than $3000 for any specific proposal. In addition, an individual department may submit as many events as they choose, but CAB will only fund one event per department. CAB will review the Spring 2015 proposals that are received by the Nov. 14 deadline at their December meeting.

Thank you, in advance, for helping make CSI a place where things happen. We look forward to receiving your program ideas.  If you have questions about the proposal process, or need assistance with your application, please contact Debi Kee at 718.982.3268 or email