Get Involved in CAS

Student ambassadors
Get involved in CAS

Student organizations and honor societies offer opportunities to connect with peers, learn from experts, and lead. Join at least two student organizations.

Student Involvement supports over 500 registered student organizations (RSOs). Nearly every department in the college has at least one.

At the college level, Student Ambassadors (pictured above) and Student Advisory Board represent the college, regularly work with the Dean's Office, plan college-wide events and help shape college initiatives.

Academics + Experiences = Opportunities

Our four-year success plan will help you focus on academics and experience, opening up opportunities when you graduate.

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are undergraduate students who promote pride in and develop awareness of the college's academic programs and activities with prospective students, parents, alumni, and the general public.

Meet them at Red Letter Days, where you can learn about majors and minors; meet faculty, staff, and students; and tour our facilities on campus.

They also volunteer at Husker Weekdays, the Big Red Road Show, Modern Language Fair, Math Day, Chemistry Day, and other events.

Student ambassador directory

Contact

Eric Bertrand

Eric Bertrand
Recruiter
1204 Oldfather Hall
(402) 472-4190

Student Advisory Board

CASSAB graphic

Student Advisory Board is a liaison between students and the college’s deans, faculty and staff, representing student interests on college curriculum and appeal committees. They:

  • develop professionalism and leadership among its membership
  • represent the college in partnerships with other departments and offices on campus
  • execute and participate in outreach initiatives in collaboration with the Academic and Career Advising Center

Funds are provided by the College of Arts and Sciences through CASSAB to financially support Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that make an impact on students of the college by contributing to the rich and multifaceted student life experience through experiential opportunities and academic engagement. Applicants may request $100 to $750 in funding to meet their organization’s goals. Apply for funding here.

CASSAB also hosts CAS Week, a spring event where students, faculty and staff celebrate being a part of the humanities and social, natural and mathematical sciences.

Student Advisory Board directory

Contact

Kristen Aldrich
Laura Schafer

Kristen Aldrich or Laura Schafer in the college's Academic and Career Advising Center for more information about being a CASSAB member.