Student and Community Involvement's Guide to Events and Opportunities

Your campus guide to events and opportunities                          September 2, 2011


Glow Party
Block Party
Poster Sale
The Hangover Part II
Sexual Assault Program
Earn $$$, Volunteer Hours
OrgSync Training
Get a Safe Ride Home
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It's the first full week of classes, but don't panic! We've planned fun things for you to do all week! 


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Friday, 9/2 7-11 PM
Lane University Center
FREE! Open to FSU Students Only

Sponsored by University Programming Council  



DANCE the night away under the black lights at UPC's Glow Party. Challenge your friends to a game of GLOW IN THE DARK MINI GOLFFor more information...


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Wednesday, 9/7  5-10 PM

Rain Date: Thursday, 9/8

Main Street, Frostburg 


Block Party 


Come hangout on Main Street and enjoy the community with your friends.  

Free games and giveaways and lots of food!  

BYOG: Bring Your Own Game 

Wednesday, 9/7 12 PM - 11 PM Lane University Center Game Room


Have a bunch of video games that you want to play outside of your house and in an area that can hold all of your gamer friends?! Bring your XBOX, Wii and other video games to the Game Room in Lane and use their equipment with your games!  


Dog Tags


Creation Station: DOG TAGS

9/7 1-5 PM FSU Lane University Ctr. Loft FREE!


Come engrave your own personal dog tag for free! Be there early because this is a first come, first serve event. 

The Hangover Part II 
Friday, 9/9 at 8 PM and Saturday, 9/10 at 8 PM
Lane University Center 111
Sponsored by the University Programming Council 
The Hangover : Part 2 - Official Trailer [HD]

The Hangover : Part II

 Two years after the bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug jet to Thailand for Stu's wedding. Stu plans for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, it goes seriously awry. 

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Thursday, 9/8 at 7 PM 

Lane University Center 111

Sponsored by Jeff Graham and Sigma Tau Gamma


This program will tell you truth about what sexual assault is, how to prevent it and what to do if it happens. Protect yourself from sexual assault: come find out how. 


College Panhellenic Recruitment Events


Alpha Sigma Alpha ASA

September 7, 9, 12, and 13 from 8-9 PM   

Email Valerie Ladue 


Kappa Beta Gamma KBG

September 8 from 7-9 PM

September 12 and 13 7-8:30 PM

Email Rebecca Clevenger


Delta Zeta DZ

September 6 and 8 7-8:30 PM  

Email Sarah Thomas 


Alpha Sigma Tau AST

Septmeber 1 from 7-8 PM

September 2, 5, and 6 from 8-9 PM

Email Andrea Vance 


Click here for Greek Life's webpage


Questions about Greek Life?

Contact Assistant Director of Student Activities and Greek Life, Jamie Winters



College Panhellenic Council Meeting

9/6 at 5 PM in Lane University Center 109


Inter Fraternal Council Meeting

9/7 at 6 PM in Lane University Center 109


Greek Council Meeting

9/12 at 6 PM in Lane University Center 111


Kappa Alpha Psi is having a raffle this week for BIG prizes. See a member for a chance to win. 


Omega Psi Phi is having a meeting for those who are interested in the organization 9/7 at 9:11 PM in Lane University Center 110



September 19-25 


Zeta Phi Beta will be having informational meetings in the next few weeks. Check Facebook for updates.


Click here for Greek Life's webpage 


Contact Assistant Director of Student Activities and Greek Life, Jamie Winters




Earn $$$, Volunteer Hours or Service Hours 
  • Earn money through Federal Work-Study 
    Contact Financial Aid at 301.687.4301 for work-study eligibility
  • Earn Volunteer and Service Learning Hours for course requirements
  • Receive free training in mentoring/academic enrichment techniques


    For more information or to apply: 

    Read To Succeed Program Coordinator, email Jamie Irvine or call her at 301.687.4191 

Interested in Volunteer Opportunities?

The Office of Volunteerism and National Service has plenty of opportunities for you to get involved! Whether you want to work with children or animals (or anything in between), we have something for you. Call 301.687.7598 or email to speak with Ashley Daniels, the VOICE Clearinghouse Coordinator, to find a volunteer opportunity that suits you!

Volunteerism and National Service

Cat and Dog
Want a Pet? Scared of the Long-Term Commitment? Try the Foster Program!

The Allegany County Animal Shelter has a "Semester Foster" program which allows off-campus students to enjoy the companionship of an animal without the long-term commitment. Students will house the animal for the duration of the semester, but then they have the option to adopt the pet or to return it to the shelter. It allows the animal to benefit from the socialization, training and being in a home environment away from the Shelter. During the semester, fosters will be invited to attend various shelter events with their fosters - fundraisers, adoption events, community events, etc.  The shelter will also work with fosters to provide any necessary training and guidance.   

For further information, stop by the Shelter's information table on September 8, 2011 between the hours of 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in front of the FSU clock tower. 

Click here for the Allegany County Animal Shelter's Website


FSU recently purchased a new software for student organizations call OrgSync.This system will help students manage their organizations. Each organization will receive its own portal that will help each group communicate more effectively with its members and other FSU organizations. This software will enable each group to register their organization online. In preparation for the launch of this system, student organizations are required to send one representative from their organization to attend a block training session on the features of the software and how it will aid each organization. Advisors and students are encouraged to attend. Training dates are as followed:


Wednesday, September 7

10:00am, 11:15am, 1:00pm, 2:15pm, 3:30pm, and 4:45pm


Thursday, September 8

9:00 am, 10:15 am, and 11:30 am 


Lane University Center 111


Please RSVP by emailing Robert "Coop" Cooper


For more information on Student Organizations or programs offered by the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life please feel free to contact me.





The ECHOSTARS program is looking for van drivers for this semester, Fall 2011.  This is a rewarding opportunity where you can make a few extra dollars while making a difference in the community.  Van drivers are expected to transport ECHOSTARS students to and  from designated sites on certain days.  To be eligible for this position, you must currently hold NO points on your license.  


If this seems like something you are interested in, please email Clarissa Lang or call her at 301.687.4210 or stop by the Braddock House between 8 and 4:30pm. 



Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 9:30 PM-2 AM  CALL 301.687.RIDE

Sponsored by Student Government Association


Offering a safe alternative to walking home alone or driving drunk... SafeRide runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and will pick you up and take you anywhere within the Frostburg City limits (except to a bar) For more information...


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