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Rec Fest: Introducing Activities & Programs to Students

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Emily Fitch

on 14 November 2016

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Transcript of Rec Fest: Introducing Activities & Programs to Students

Learning Outcomes:
1: Learn how to introduce innovative programming through cross campus, and inner-departmental, and community collaboration.
Starting the year of right:
PLANNING
COLOR RUN!
Attracts students (almost as well as food)
Main event of the night
Risk management
Evaluation
How did it go? What can we improve?
Planning Committee Follow-up Meeting
Number of Participants
Issues
Thank You Letters
Questions?
Rec Fest: Introducing Activities & Programs to Students
2: Determine two ways to engage your student staff through volunteering for the planning and implementation of a special event.

Erik Estrada & Emily Fitch
University of Louisiana - Lafayette

What is Rec Fest?

What is the Purpose?
Timeline

Student Planning Committee
Meetings
Themes
Potential Sponsors
Activities during event

Volunteers
CROSS CAMPUS CONNECTIONS
Transportation Services

Dining Services

Safety & Risk Management
PROMOTIONAL ITEMS AND EVENTS
Take advantage of the University's scheduled welcome events (i.e. Get on board day, Soul Camp, Freshman Orientation)
T-shirts, color run and give aways
DAY OF LOGISTICS
Logistics meeting
Set up
Volunteer Responsibilities
Color Run all hands on deck

Punch Cards

HELP FROM THE COMMUNITY
Every little bit helps; ask and you may be surprised!

Use student planning committees to your advantage

A professional sponsor letter can make all the difference
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