The Office of Student Life hopes that you and your families are well. Our office has planned a variety of virtual event opportunities for CSI students. We hope that you will help us spread the word about these activities and that you will consider participating as well. You are more than welcome at all of our virtual activities. Each week we are sending out an email with new opportunities.  

Follow us on social media and encourage your students to follow us as well. Stay up to date.

 Here are some upcoming activities:

CSI Flair Wednesday on Instagram @CSI_StudentLife

We are sharing a video every Wednesday on our social media showcasing a “secret” talent of one of CSI’s staff/faculty members. Be sure to tune in to find out what our amazing staff can do.

We have featured: 

  • Jodi Merendino – Jump rope tips and tricks 
  • Jill Levenberg – Crocheting 
  •  Debi Kee – In the kitchen making bruschetta 

Do you have a secret talent to share? Send us an email at .

YouTube Video of the Day

We are featuring a five-minute or less video every weekday on our social media chosen by someone from CSI. You can also go on CSI Connect and see the update every day.

Is there a video you would like to share with the campus? Email us the link at .

Virtual Open Mic Night

Every Wednesday from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.

These are PG CLUE events.

Register in advance for this event.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   

Open Mic Night is back, and we want to see you perform. Come hang out and cheer on your friends. All performance is welcome. We’ll also be playing some fun interactive games.

We would appreciate your assistance in spreading the word to students about these other events:

Spring 2020 Student Elections 

Wednesday, Apr. 22, 2020 – Wednesday, May 6, 2020 

Have Your Voice Heard – Vote! 

Elect your student leaders for ’20 – ‘21 to Student Government (including President and Vice President), CSI Association, CSI Auxiliary Services, College Council, and Faculty Student Disciplinary Committee. 


Note: For authentication purposes, you will be asked to log in to vote — your login is your CIX email address and SLAS password ( and password). Only currently enrolled students are eligible to vote.  

Wherever you do it… Remember to vote! It’s important! 

College Trivia Nerds Trivia Contest 

Sponsored by Campus Activities Board  

Dates: Apr. 28, 30 and May 5, 7 from 3:00pm – 4:00pm 

Gather your CSI friends and let’s play some trivia. Prizes will be awarded to the top trivia nerd. You must be a CSI student to play and win. Register via this Zoom link.

Event is free. Funded by Student Activity Fees.  

Learning Thursday

Undergraduate Conference on Research, Scholarship, and Performance 

Thursday, Apr. 30, 2020 from 12:30pm-4:30pm

One of the highlights of the Spring semester at CSI has always been the Undergraduate  Conference on Research, Scholarship, and Performance — for the past 18 years, the Center for the Arts has been filled with the excitement of students and mentors sharing the extraordinary projects they have worked on together. While we cannot have an “in-person” conference this year, we’re delighted to let you know that arrangements for a virtual/online conference have moved ahead. 

Go online for more information and links to join.

Fun Day Friday

Playlist Challenge: Find our post Friday on @CSI_StudentLife Instagram, Like it, and comment with what you are listening to these days. Let’s compile a playlist for all of CSI to enjoy. #CSIPlaylist 

Jackbox Game Night

Friday, May 1 and 8, 2020 from 5:30pm-7:3pm

Join the Zoom Meeting. Email Student Life for log in information.

Join student Mohamed Beyrutti for a fun night of Jackbox games. These games are fun and offer a chance to socialize with other students. All you need is a computer/tablet to see the game screen and a smartphone to join in the game. You can also watch as an audience member.

We appreciate all that you do for our students and we want you to feel a part of our CSI community, even while we are apart. 

By Carol Brower