- Student Center North Commons Desk
- Hours of operation
Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 8:00pm
The Cougar Involvement Ambassadors (CIA) are a group of student leaders dedicated to serving as a resource for students that are looking for opportunities to get involved as well as supporting all registered student organizations on campus. CIA can offer one-on-one consultations to students looking to get involved in an organization, group consultations to students looking to start a new organization, and workshops for established organizations. Cougar Involvement Ambassadors are located in the Student Center North at the Commons Desk, and oversee the Commons Desk, Carrel Spaces, and the Student Organization Resource Room.
Junior, Civil Engineering/ Mathematics
CIA Operations Coordinator
Freshman, Computer Science
Junior, Psychology/Health & Biology
Senior, Public Health
The resource room holds a variety of items for student organizations to check out! Need to make a banner? Want to design a flyer? We’ve got you covered. To check out items in the Resource Room, you just need to go to the Commons Desk and let the Cougar Involvement Ambassadors know what you need.
Student Organizations can have a mailbox at the Commons Desk. If you would like a mailbox, just specify in your organization registration that you would like to have a mailbox, or you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you get a mailbox for your organization.
The Carrel spaces have 106 spaces that are available for Student Organization use. Organizations apply for a carrel space during organization registration in April.
If you are looking to get involved and do not know where to start, we can help you! Please fill out the involvement consultation survey above to help us find tailored opportunities for you.
If you are interested in scheduling a workshop for your student organization on topics including conflict management, getting involved, and organization finances please contact the Cougar Involvement Ambassadors.
If you are interested in creating a New Student Organization, please contact the Cougar Involvement Ambassadors to help guide you through the process.
Cougar Involvement Ambassadors host opportunities for RSOs to participate in more specialized organization fairs, called Involvement Blasts!
These events allow organizations to have more of a presence on campus and students to find organizations centered around their interests. Each semester, CIA hosts three Involvement Blasts for your organization to potentially participate in, with a theme for each event. Click on the icon for more information!