Feb
16
May 6

Participate in Pacific Cultural Night

Hello Seawolves! The Filipino American Association of SSU (FAASSU) in currently looking for people that are interested in participating in our annual cultural showcase! FAASSU is preparing to host our 8th Annual Pacific Cultural Night (PCN) during Asian American Heritage Month on May 6 and 7, 2017. PCN is one of the largest student-run cultural showcase on the SSU campus. FAASSU uses this showcase to exhibit traditional dances across the Filipino and Polynesian cultures, while also highlighting the talent and cultural heritage of our members and other multicultural organizations on campus through dance, music, hip hop and other performance mediums. PCN gives us, the students, an opportunity to express our cultural identity as a diverse community on the Sonoma State campus. 

This is an open invitation to all students on our campus! You do not have to be of Filipino or Asian decent to participate! No prior dance or performing experience in required. We have 7 different Filipino and Polynesian dances to choose from, as well as, a hip hop piece. For more information, email us at FAASSU@gmail.com and please check us out on Facebook and Instagram! Just search "FAASSU"! We hope to see you there!

Mar
29
7:15 pm19:15

The Sex Education You Never Got

  • International Hall 104

This talk by Denell Nawrocki will look at women’s issues, sexual health and energy, as well as keeping your mind healthy, especially in relationships and connections. It is open to all because we should all be informed(not only people who identify as women) as we work together in our communities. We should all be taking the time to acknowledge and learn about our sexualities as they are vital to healthy and functional living. Hosted by the Yoga and Wellness Club.

Apr
6
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

Apr
12
6:30 pm18:30

Together WeDance: Free Zumba Class

  • Campus Recreation

Did you know that Zumba is not only an awesome fun and fun way to get a full body workout, but that i can also reduce anxiety, boost your mood and increase your confidence? Come and Join the SSU Sunnies for a free Zumba Class! Bring a friend, or come meet some new ones as we get our dance on and melt away the stress! For more information griffitk91@gmail.com   hosted by Sigma Omega Nu sorority

Apr
13
11:30 am11:30

Together We Paint

The SSU Sunnies invite you to an afternoon of outdoor painting and collage! Came take a break and a breath of fresh air from your everyday routine, bring a friend or come and meet some new ones. Relax and unwind as together wepaint. For more information griffitk91@gmail.com   

Hosted by Sigma Omega Nu sorority

Apr
17
7:30 pm19:30

1st Annual CSLIS Student Organization Awards Gala

  • Ballroom A

The Center for Student Leadership, Involvement, and Service will recognize the outstanding contributions of students organizations to the Sonoma State Community. Please help us celebrate a wonderful year by nominating outstanding programs, officers, advisors, and organizations in the 2016-2017 year. All student organization presidents, treasurers, and advisors are welcomed to attend. RSVP  and nomination process to follow.

Apr
20
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

May
4
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu


Mar
23
6:00 pm18:00

MGC Talent Showcase

  • Cooperage

Our Multicultural Greek Council will be hosting their Annual MGC Talent Showcase on 3/23 at 6 PM in the Cooperage. The event is a talent show for anyone that wants to come out and perform. Singing, dancing, comedians, stepping—all talents are welcome! Sign up via this link: https://orgsync.com/21782/forms/248390

 

Mar
23
12:00 pm12:00

Club Alumni Panel

  • Cooperage

Come see what your potential after SSU can be! Ask SSU club alumni questions on how their college experience shaped them for their careers. If they have any questions, feel free to email cslis@sonoma.edu

Mar
23
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

Mar
9
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

Mar
3
Mar 19

2017 CSLIS Club/Organization Awards Application Now Open!

The 2017 CSLIS Org Awards are open and now accepting nominations! Student Club/Organization Awards honor outstanding students, faculty/staff and alumni members who have made an impact on the Sonoma State campus and beyond. For more information, please visit:

http://sonoma.edu/campuslife/award/


All of the awards will be presented at the Org Awards Gala on Monday, April 17, 2017 at 7:30pm in the Student Center Ballroom A. All Presidents, Treasurers and Advisors (alumni/faculty/staff) are invited to attend.


There are fifteen different awards that you can nominate for, but make sure to submit your nominations by 11:59pm on March 19th, 2017!

The nomination information and forms are available below. Click the award name to submit an award application.


Please let us know if you have any questions at cslis@sonoma.edu. We look forward to reviewing this year's nominations!

Awards application will be open from February 23, 2017-March 19, 2017

RSVP to the Org Awards Gala: online

Feb
25
2:00 pm14:00

SSU Men’s Soccer Club v USF

  • Intramural Fields

Come on out and support your fellow Seawolves! For more info about SSU Sports Clubs, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/campuslife/sports/index.html

Feb
25
2:00 pm14:00

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA LIP JAM

  • Weill Hall, Green Music Center

As part of Sonoma State University’s Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity. We would like to share with you the opportunity to support our 25th annual Lip Jam, a lip-syncing and dancing competition between Sonoma State University clubs, fraternities, and sororities benefiting diabetes education and awareness. This year our theme is From the 90s Till Now. All of the participants will work with their organizations to portray an assigned year by only using songs from the top 100 Billboard chart of their year. There is a constant need for more research to help find a cure for diabetes, a disease that affects over 24 million adults and children, while 57 million more who are prediabetic. With the help of the participants, viewers, and donors we hope to make the biggest impact possible.

This past year the Greek community at SSU, local businesses, and supportive friends and family of fraternity members came together to raise $50,528.84. All proceeds were donated to the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation, which supports Diabetes Education and Awareness and provides scholarships for fraternity women to attend leadership conferences. Lip Jam 2017 will be held on February 25th at 12:00pm and 7:00pm, at Sonoma State’s prestigious Green Music Center.

If you are interested in contributing to this outstanding cause please visit the website: https://vault.omegafi.com/vault/public/contributions/contributionsform.php?URLCode=VJEF5D

Feb
24
Feb 26

The Vagina Monologues

  • Cooperage

The Vagina Monologues is back! Come support a cast of 58 women as they take the stage performing Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues." The show is all about empowerment, body positivity, and understanding what it means to be a woman.

Tickets are $5 for students and go on sale Monday! All proceeds go to Verity, Sonoma County's only rape and crisis center. See you there! 

Dates

February 24 @ 7:30pm

February 25 @ 7:30pm

February 26 @ 2pm

Feb
24
4:00 pm16:00

Run for Associated Students Senate Position

The process for applying to run for an AS Senate position (both Executive Officers and Senators) is.. .

(1) The application on orgsync: https://orgsync.com/130255/forms/241703 and are (due on Friday, Feb 24th at 5pm)

(2) $25 deposit (cash or check) to the Student Activities Desk (due Thursday, March 2nd at 6pm)

(3) Candidate Petitions (160 signatures). Forms are available at the Student Activities Office or in the Elections Files on Orgsync. (due Thursday, March 2nd at 6pm)

(4) One-on-One with Asha Nettles, Student Government Coordinator (nettles@sonoma.edu) for senator positions or Erik Dickson, AS Executive Director (dickson@sonoma.edu) for executive positions ** If a student is interested in running for office, they should start here so they can receive and review all of the information with us.

(5) Attend one (1) of the mandatory candidate meetings:

    Monday February 20th, 2017 at 1pm

    Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 3pm

    Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 at 11am

    Friday, February 24th, 2017 at 12pm

    **all in the Erin Fisher Room (EFR), 2nd Floor, Student Center

All documents and information are online in the "Associated Students Elections" portal on Orgsync.

Elections Contacts:

Kristianna Mitrick, AS Elections Commissioner (mitrick@Sonoma.edu)

Asha Nettles, AS Student Government Coordinator and Elections Advisor (nettles@sonoma.edu)

Feb
23
3:00 pm15:00

Chicana/Latina Foundation Scholarship Workshop

  • Alexander Valley Meeting Room, Student Center

Meet Members of the Chicana/Latina Foundation and learn about their annual $1500.00 scholarship! The 2017 applications are due March 31, 2017! Scholarships are available for city college students, undergraduate and graduate Latina students who attend school fulltime. Guidelines can be found at chicanalatina.org.  For more information contact clfinfo@chicanolatina.org     Co-hosted by MALCS de SSU and Undocu-Scholars Coalition

Feb
23
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

Feb
14
12:00 pm12:00

ASP Presents: Where’s Lobo

  • Seawolf Plaza

Hey Seawolves! Have you met LOBO? Well come find out! Meet Lobo and get free prizes every second Tuesday of the Month at Noon. Find Lobo around campus and take a picture. Make sure to dress in your Noma Nation gear to show your school spirit!

 

 

Feb
11
12:00 pm12:00

SSU Rugby v USF

  • Intramural Fields

Come on out and support your fellow Seawolves! For more info about SSU Sports Clubs, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/campuslife/sports/index.html

Feb
9
12:00 pm12:00

Student Health Advisory Committee/Club Meeting

  • Student Health Center Conference Room #175

A student organization serving as a liaison between SSU students and the Student Health Center.  All Students welcome interested in all aspects of health.  Gain leadership, advocate for health of the campus and student health concerns, join in on outreach and health promotion activities.  ssushac@gmail.com or Toni Boracchia RN Advisor 707-664-2921 toni.boracchia@sonoma.edu

Feb
8
11:30 am11:30

Spring Club Fair

  • Seawolf Plaza

Are you looking to get involved at SSU? Come to the Spring Club Fair to meet over 50 clubs and organizations and learn how you can get involved. Sponsored by the Center for Student Leadership, Involvement & Service (CSLIS).

This event is part of LoboFest 2017.

Feb
5
1:30 pm13:30

Yoga and Wellness Club Yoga Class

  • Alexander Valley

Come to our yoga class (it’s ok if you need to come late, just join in, even if you don't have a mat)! We are an open minded community that is open to all students, staff, friends etc. We practice yoga and meditation to influence not only ourselves but others to raise our vibration and find peace within.  The body and breath have so much more influence over us as humans, more than we could even imagine so tapping into that consciousness is the overall goal of our club and meetings.

 

Feb
2
Feb 8

Student Government Future Officer Program Info Night

  • Erin Fisher Room, Student Center 2nd Floor

The Future Officer Program (FOP) is a program of Student Government and the Associated Students. The Future Officer Program aims to involve students in the activities, programs and services of the Associated Students of Sonoma State University and to prepare these students for future leadership roles within the Associated Students, but also throughout the campus.

Purpose: The Future Officer Program provides students with opportunities to become “plugged-in” to student government at Sonoma State University. Throughout the semester, participants will learn about the Associated Students, including its programs and services. Program participants will engage in leadership development activities to strengthen abilities and develop skills and become actively involved with student government.

Dates

Thursday, February 2 @ 6pm

Monday, February 6 @ 6pm

Wednesday, February 8 @ 5pm

Jan
31
Feb 8

Join Us Making Progress (JUMP) Info Night

  • Erin Fisher Room

JUMP — Join Us Making Progress — is the organization run by students and for students who are interested in making a difference through community service. Passionate about service? Looking for a way to get connected with the communities off campus? Get involved with JUMP! We have opportunities for everyone from tutoring kids after school in Rohnert Park to working on sustainable initiatives to exploring various social justice issues in a new community on an alternative break trip. Don’t have the time to commit to a weekly program? We have days of service just for you! Are you eligible for federal work study? Did you know that you can use your award to tutor kids off campus through JUMP? Want to learn more about how that works? Interested in service but not sure where to start? Have questions? Contact us at jump@sonoma.edu

Dates:

Tuesday, January 31 @ 6pm

Thursday, February 2 @ 5pm

Monday, February 6 @ 7pm

Wednesday, February 8 @ 7pm

Jan
31
7:00 pm19:00

Student Government Future Officer Program Info Night

  • Erin Fisher Room

The Future Officer Program (FOP) is a program of Student Government and the Associated Students. The Future Officer Program aims to involve students in the activities, programs and services of the Associated Students of Sonoma State University and to prepare these students for future leadership roles within the Associated Students, but also throughout the campus.

Purpose: The Future Officer Program provides students with opportunities to become “plugged-in” to student government at Sonoma State University. Throughout the semester, participants will learn about the Associated Students, including its programs and services. Program participants will engage in leadership development activities to strengthen abilities and develop skills and become actively involved with student government

Jan
31
7:00 pm19:00

IFC Info Night

  • Student Center Ballroom B,C,D

Interested in joining one of our seven IFC fraternities? Come out to Info Night to learn more about each chapter and meet some of the active members!