Coalition & Conn College looking for events & activities for students

In partnership with the Connecticut College’s Office of Student Engagement, the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition invites our partners to submit events and activities to be considered, reviewed, and evaluated by students for inclusion in Connecticut College’s Get Out! -or GO! – program next semester. GO! events offer students the opportunity to explore the region.

Planned and funded by the Student Activities Council and the Office of Student Engagement, Go! events include transportation and free or discounted tickets to concerts, movies, plays and sporting events. Other past events have included ziplining, trampoline training, apple-picking, after-hours restaurant dining and the occasional visit to an alpaca farm.

Connecticut College’s GO! Events program features 3 or 4 off-campus events a semester. GO events provide transportation for up to 50 students (single bus capacity) to each event.

By submitting your event through the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition, you will receive student feedback on your submission, which may be helpful in future planning, programming and marketing to student audiences. Highly rated events by students will be recommended to the Office of Student Engagement for inclusion in the Connecticut College Feb. 1 – April 30, 2016 “GO! Events”calendar.

Student review will be led by Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition’s intern, a Connecticut College student and overseen by the Coalition and the College’s Office of Student Engagement. Small group review and wider-distribution digital surveys will be utilized.

Event Criteria:
1) Must be a registered partner of the SECT Cultural Coalition
2) Event/Activity must be located within 30 minute drive of Connecticut College
3) Event/Activity must take place between February 1 – April 30, 2016
4) Event/Activity must take place on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday
5) Event/Activity cost range: Free to maximum $25 per student



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