|Contact Information for Center for Student Engagement|
Joe Crowley Student Union
3rd Floor: ASUN/Center for Student Engagement
|Address||1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557-0058
Planning an event can give your club an opportunity to become more involved in campus life at the University of Nevada. Whether the event involves gaining new members for a club, hanging out with members of only your club, or holding an event that the entire campus can enjoy, events help to celebrate all that campus life is about.
Tabling events are great ways to provide information about your club to the student body. With so many people crossing in front of the Joe and walking through Hilliard Plaza, a wide variety of students can be reached. Tabling events can include handing out information about your club, telling students about a specific event you have going on, or selling items as a fundraiser.
Club meetings are sessions scheduled by your club to meet on a regular basis.
Events that involve only club members can be great to create bonds and have fun within your club. These events can range from socials to celebrations.
Events open to the student body have the opportunity to be really fun, but there are certain guidelines that need to be followed so that the event can go as smoothly as possible. Things to take into consideration include whether or not the event is targeting non-University participants, how many people are expected to attend this event, and what kinds of resources will be necessary to pull the event off.
Events involving guest speakers or performers tend to be larger than the everyday club event. Because of this, there are more steps that need to be done in order for the event to take place. Please contact Asst. Dir. Student Activities - Clubs & Orgs., Cynthia Esparza at (775) 784-6589 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on holding this kind of event.