Formally two separate units on campus, the Student Involvement and Employment Office (SIEO) and Campus Activities Office merged this summer to become Campus Activities and Student Engagement – or CASE as it’s commonly known on campus. CASE is the place to go if you’re looking to get involved.
Campus Activities and Student Engagement helps UW-Stevens Point students in everything from participating in volunteer opportunities and gaining leadership experience to finding on or off-campus jobs. CASE also includes Centertainment Productions and the Basement Brewhaus. Located in the lower level of the Dreyfus University Center, the CASE team encourages all students to stop in and check out all they offer.
Here’s a list of the areas within CASE:
- CASE offers programs that focus on purposeful, collaborative and value-based leadership, like Coffee & Culture – and much more.
- Blood Drives – Check out CASE social media channels if you’re interested in donating.
- Weekend and Weeklong Service Trips – These trips provide students the opportunity to receive hands-on experience and learn about current social justice issues.
- Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities – If you’re someone who wants to boost their resume and give back to the community, CASE offers several volunteer opportunities each semester.
- Service Saturdays – A great way to get involved with the Stevens Point community.
- The Cupboard – Provides food to students in need.
- Volunteer Fair – Features a variety of volunteer opportunities to choose from to give back to the campus and community.
- 200+ Recognized Student Organizations – Such as The Professional Speaking and Leadership Club, A Cappella UWSP and many more.
- SPIN (Stevens Point Involvement Network) Support – SPIN is the network for students to become aware of student organization events and meetings.
- Involvement Fair – This event provides students the opportunity to view each on-campus organization and talk with student representatives to learn how to get involved.
- And more! – Including PASCO (Policy and Advisory Committee on Student Organizations), Student Organization and Cabinet Space and Student Organization Conduct Process
- Job Fairs – Fairs are geared specifically for students searching for positions every semester with employers hungry for applicants!
- On/Off Campus, Work Study/Non Work Study Employment Options – If you’re unsure if you qualify for work study credit, you can learn more information through CASE.
- QUEST – If you’re looking for a job on or off campus, QUEST is the place to go to search current openings.
- Student Employee/er of the Year Awards – Providing recognition for outstanding employees and employers on campus.
- Student Employee Conduct Process – CASE staff are more than willing to assist students who have further questions about this process.
- For more information on Centertainment’s upcoming events, check out the fall semester list in our previous blog post!
- CASE also coordinates some of the larger scale events on campus, such as Homecoming student activities, Welcome Week and Family Day.
For more information on all of the programs and services offered through CASE, connect with them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!