Campus Activities Board (CAB)

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides a variety of programs to enhance the academic and social atmosphere on campus through interaction among students, faculty, and staff.

CAB seeks to develop, implement, organize, and evaluate events as well as offering publicity opportunities and other resources to support other campus organizations. Through our efforts to create and support events as well as coordinating the campus calendar, we hope to enhance and unify the university community by providing well-balanced, quality events in response to students’ needs and interests.


Melissa Bond – Coordinator of Student Engagement
Juliette Salazar – Student Director

Brayden Collingsworth – Cabbie
Alex Laccabue – Cabbie
Preston Ritzema – Cabbie
Erica Smatlak – Cabbie
Grace Nevins – Cabbie
Kalyn Kubbs – Cabbie
Kortney Metzger – Cabbie
Kourtney Fleckenstein – Cabbie
Riley Ampt – Cabbie

CAB Services
  • Sound system rental: Small, medium, and large systems are all available for rent.
  • Chapel announcements: CAB announcer reads submitted announcements every Tuesday during chapel.
  • Stall Talk: Submit an announcement for Stall Talk, which is printed every two weeks. Contact: Stall Talk at
  • Create posters: Poster paper and markers are available in our poster room.
  • Sign-ups and ticket sales: Use the CAB office as a location to leave sign-ups and tickets.

The CAB volunteer program (a.k.a. Scooter Program) allows students to get involved with campus activities by working side by side with CAB to run each event. Scooters have a monthly meeting, they choose which events they would like to help work, and they get to plan and implement a campus event in the spring. This program is perfect for those who want to get involved or those who are interested in becoming a member of CAB. For more info, contact the Scooter coordinator Emily Williams at

Contact Us

Location: Bottom of Student Center
Phone: (765) 641-4214

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Being on student leadership as a Cabbie was honestly one of the best things I could have ever done here at Anderson University! I think the most valuable learning experiences I had were in the interactions with peers, faculty, and staff. The people in the AU community are the ones who taught me the biggest life lessons.

Kayla Medaris BA ’18