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Incoming students invited to help shape student experience with Student Programming Board

June 07, 2021

Students race up inflatable course

Members of the university’s Student Programming Board shapes the student experience like no other facet of #BobcatNation.

The fully student-run organization organizes events throughout the fall and spring semesters — from bingo nights to fall and spring concerts featuring some of the biggest names in music. In fact, the organization hosts at least three events each week.

“SPB is a huge reason why I love this school so much,” said Shannon Flaherty ‘22, president of SPB. “From my first week at Quinnipiac, I knew I wanted to join SPB.” She said she is excited to be able to host regular in-person events throughout the 2021-22 academic year.

Of the countless traditions SPB leads each year, Bobcat Bounce — which entails filling the Quad with inflatable activities — leaps above the competition for Flaherty.

Throughout the year, SPB sponsors traditional late-night events every Friday and Saturday — from film screenings on the first Friday of every month to weekly trivia nights.

Like Flaherty, students can join SPB in the first days as a Bobcat. The organization has a general board as well as committees for each of their different chairs: 

  • Arts & Entertainment


  • Cultures & Conversations


  • Mainstage


  • Marketing


  • Traditions & Community


  • Late Night

To get involved, students can connect with SPB on Instagram and join their DoYouQU page.

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