Student Activities Council (SAC) is one of the largest, most diverse student programming organizations at the University.

The organization plans events for you! SAC coordinates a variety of educational, social, cultural, and recreational activities for our entire campus community. Events include late night movies, comedians, lectures, musicians, a Spring Fling, and much, much more. Most events are free to Southeast students. All students are encouraged to join the Student Activities Council.

Weekly SAC Meetings – Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom or remotely.

2021-2022 Executive Board
President Tavia Eanes
Vice President of Marketing Ayanna Russell
Secretary Rico Swiney
Treasurer Tyrell Gillwater

Upcoming Events

Date Event Location Time
November 4

Make & Take Wednesday: DIY Letter Art

Spell your name using images found in nature, architecture, and unexpected fixed items resembling letters, creating your own one-of-a-kind art piece! Letter Art is a fun, and beautiful way to display your name or your favorite word! Supplies are limited; one sign per person. Masks and a current Redhawks ID are required.

University Center - Third Floor Lobby 12-3 p.m.
November 7

Outer Edge Escape Cape

Sign up in advance with your friends to work as a team to solve intriguing problems, escape from precarious situations, and unravel the plot before time runs out. Space and times are limited. Free for Southeast students with a valid Redhawks ID. You must list each individual's name and SEMO email when registering. Masks are required.   

1231 Broadway Street 12-8 p.m.
November 10

Virtual Spoken-Word Poetry featuring Ashlee Haze

Ashlee Haze is a poet and spoken word artist from Atlanta by way of Chicago. Earning the nickname “Big 30” because of her consistency in getting a perfect score, she is one of the most accomplished poets in the sport of poetry slam. She has been a part of the Atlanta poetry circuit for over a decade and has been writing for over 15 years. Ashlee Haze is a 3-time Queen of the South Poetry Slam champion, 2-time Women of the World Poetry Slam finalist, and 2-time National Poetry Slam semi-finalist. She recently appeared on NPR’s Tiny Desk series alongside Blood Orange. After her poem “For Colored Girls Who Don’t Need Katy Perry when Missy Elliott is Enough” went viral, Missy Elliott was so moved she showed up at the poet’s house. Her sophomore book “Smoke” is scheduled for release in Fall 2020.Masks are required.

University Center - Ballroom 8:30 p.m.
November 11

Make & Take Wednesday: Photo Dog Tags

Supplies are limited; one tag per person. Masks and a current Redhawks ID are required.

University Center - Third Floor Lobby 12-3 p.m.
November 18

Make & Take Wednesday: License Plates

Order a custom personalized license plate by November 10 and pick it up with no wait on November 18. Students choose their favorite state and personalization. Supplies are limited; one license plate per person.

University Center - Third Floor Lobby 12-3 p.m.

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Programming Board

Name Position
Anna Ockel President
Anthony Pulliam Vice President of Marketing
Rebekah Marlow Vice President of Operations
Raven Cole Arts & Entertainment Coordinator
Kenise Hoard Culture & Awareness Coordinator
Sarah Loper Excursions Coordinator
Lauren Eaton Graphic Designer
Maya Birton Social Media Coordinator
Sheanique Syms Street Team Coordinator
Krissona Smith Transitions Coordinator
Advisor

Apply to be on the Programming Board

Members of the Programming Board help plan and facilitate events across campus. To apply to become a member, follow the link and complete the form.

Location
Office
University Center 204S/414
Mailing Address
One University Plaza, MS 1800
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701