RUN-WALK-ROLL FOR REHAB 5K RACE
9am-1pm, GSU Main Entrance
Grab your gym shoes and join the
annual “Run, Walk or Roll for Rehab” hosted by the Physical Therapy Student
Association. Proceeds benefit the
Illinois Brain injury Association.
Participants receive a complimentary t-shirt with registration fee. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for inquiries. Register online via Jaguar Connection, www.govst.edu/jaguarconnection.
Noon-5pm, Hall of Governors
Treat yourself to a little shopping while supporting a
worthy cause. The Civic Engagement and
Community Service Center will host a Pop-Up Shop to raise funds for Governors
State University’s Relay for Life. Local
business owners and designers will sell merchandise on campus with a portion of
every sale being donated to fund Cancer Research.
2-4pm, Lobby inside the Center for Performing Arts
Celebrate diversity, explore other cultures and enjoy a
colorful, joyful celebration of fashion, music, food and dancing.This event is hosted by the International
BULLS BASKETBALL GAME
7pm, United Center
Witness Six-time World Champions, the Chicago Bulls as they
host the Orlando Magic. Bus Departs GSU at 5pm, Game time
starts at 7pm. Advance ticket purchase
required. Contact email@example.com for inquiries.
3:30 pm, Hall of Governors
In recognition of the recent violence that has ravaged our communities-locally, nationally and globally-students, faculty and staff, in collaboration with Intercultural Student Affairs, is sponsoring this event. Following an array of faith-traditional prayers for peace, there will be a ribbon cutting and reception for the new Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room in A1115.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Noon-3pm, Hall of Governors
Pamper yourself before final exams. Stop by Hall of Governors to learn the
importance of self-care while managing multiple responsibilities as students in
a fast paced world. On-site Licensed
massage therapist. Nominal fee for
services. Proceeds benefit Generating
Hope’s 2017-2018 “Art 4 justice” art therapy workshops for local jr. high and
high school students. Contact email@example.com
4:30pm, Prairie Place Soccer Field
Looking for a place to enjoy the fun of football before the
semester ends? Gather your team for an
exciting game of co-ed Flag Football.
Have fun with GSU faculty/staff and students. Free entry.
Register by April 7th via Jaguar Connection. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PLANT YOUR FUTURE
11am, D-wing Atrium
As a precursor to Earth Day, join Mr. & Mrs. GSU as they
present Plant Your Future. This
stimulating event provides students the opportunity to learn about the many
benefits of plants to the earth. Limited
number of flower pots available for decorating.
Co-sponsored by the GSU Community Service Council. Contact email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Mr. & MRS. GSU along with the GSU Community Service
Council invites students to become certified to recognize signs of mental
health challenges, mental disorders or mental health crisis’ experienced by young
persons. Certification Awareness Recognition and Empathy training is offered by the National Council for Behavioral
Health. Students are required to attend two 4-hour trainings
to receive this certification.
9pm-1am, Hall of Honors
Live entertainment by GSU students and local artists. Guests will experience all genres of music
followed by a Stop the Hate-themed dance party to increase campus unity. Spring Festival is the perfect opportunity to
relax and connect with other students before the semester ends. Hosted by GSU Program Council.