Campus Activities Board

Meet CAB

CAB provides cultural, educational and entertaining events for UW-La Crosse students, community, faculty and staff. Our motto is "Everyone welcome. Always." 

When we say Everyone Welcome. Always. We mean it! CAB is about providing entertainment and educational experiences FOR YOU! Come to one event or come to as many as you can! 

CAB COVID-19 Expectations

What events will be provided? expanding section
  • We are still expecting to hold crafts, trivia, bingo, and movies for students.
  • Depending on the event, it will be in person (with limited capacity), a grab n go, or completely virtual.
  • We will make sure to communicate how events will be done through our events page or social media accounts. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the most up to date information!
In Person Event Expectations expanding section
  • Masks will be MANDATORY! 
  • Practicing 6 feet physical distancing
  • Depending on where the event is being held, will depend on how many people can be in person.
CAB Movies expanding section
  • CAB now has the ability for on campus students to stream our weekly movies from anywhere on campus!
  • We will provide links in our Instagram bio as well as Facebook for students to access.
Questions or Concerns? expanding section
  • Reach out to us on any of the following platforms!
  • Instagram:
    • @uwlcab
  • Facebook:
    • Campus Activities Board- UWL
  • Email
    • cab@uwlax.edu
Earth Day Craft - COVID Plan expanding section
  • All participants will receive a pre-packed kit with supplies for the planting of three herbs (including seeds, soil, pots, and instructions) and information on sustainability opportunities.
    • Kits will be “Grab N’ Go” style meaning that participants will pick up the kits on the day of the event and complete the event on their own time.
    • Kits will be prepped by the CAB and IMC! teams at least 2 days in advance. The CAB and IMC! teams will sanitize and wear masks while packaging the kits. 
  • On the day of the event, participants will arrive at either the fire pit area outside of the Student Union or at the table outside of Whitney Dining Center to pick up their Earth Day Craft kits from the CAB, IMC!, and SFS teams. 
    • The CAB, IMC!, and SFS teams will wear masks and sanitize while passing out the kits.
    • Participants must wear masks. 
    • Participants will stand in line and physically distance while waiting their turn to pick up their kit. 
    • The CAB, IMC!, and SFS teams will ask that everyone sanitize before being handed a kit by the CAB, IMC!, and SFS teams.
WALL-E Screening - COVID Plan expanding section
  • All participants, including event team, will be required to follow COVID guidelines set forth by the university while they are attending the event. Guidelines include wearing masks, physically distancing, and washing your hands. If a participant does not abide by these guidelines, the participant will be asked to leave the event.
  • The event team will partner with custodial staff to sanitize all equipment used to keep participants safe.
  • Participants will RSVP by DM'ing or emailing cab (cab@uwlax.edu
    • RSVPs will be used to limit the amount of attendees to 50 people. This list of names and emails will also be kept for record if needed for contact tracing.
  • Upon arriving at the event, participants will check in with a member of the event team to verify their name is on the RSVP list. At that point, the participant will be asked to sanitize before entering event area.
  • Hula hoops will be placed throughout the Union Lawn using physical distancing guidelines. Participants will be required to stay in the area of the hula hoop and not move the hoop’s location. Upon completion of the event, the event team will sanitize the hula hoops to prepare for the next use.
  • Food will be provided to event participants including popcorn, fruit, and bubbly. The event team will partner with Chartwell's to ensure safety of participants. Participants may remove their masks while eating but must continue to wear them when not eating. 
  • In the event of extreme weather or windy conditions, this event will be moved inside to the Student Union Theater. This call will be made on the day of at 1 pm and will be communicated to all attendees. Participants are still require to follow all safety protocols similar to expected in an outdoor setting. However, there will be no food provided or allowed within the theater if a showing is moved inside.
The Icarus Account - COVID Plan expanding section
  • All participants, including the CAB team, will be required to follow COVID guidelines set forth by the university while they are attending the event. Guidelines include wearing masks, physically distancing, and washing your hands. 
    • Our contracted performers (The Icarus Account) will abide by these guidelines throughout the entirety of setup, the event, and cleanup. However, when they are performing (as they are a musical duo), they will remove their masks and be behind a plexiglass barrier. 
  • The CAB team will partner with custodial staff and AVLS crew to sanitize all equipment used to keep students and guests safe.
  • The CAB team will request the event to also be streamed on our social media accounts for additional viewing (more information to come). 
  • Union Lawn
    • Participants will RSVP for the event using a google form. In the google form, participants will check “I understand” as confirmation to abide by the following statement.
      • “I understand that by agreeing to participate in this event, I also agree to abide by COVID safety protocols set in place by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. This includes wearing a mask, physical distancing, and washing hands. If I do not abide by these guidelines, I understand that I will be asked to leave the event.”
      • RSVPs will be used to limit the amount of attendees to 50 people (including staff needed for the event). This list of names and emails will also be kept for record if needed for contact tracing. 
    • Upon arriving at the event, participants will check in with a member of the CAB team to verify their name is on the RSVP list. At that point, the participant will be asked to sanitize and then will receive either a stamp on their hand or paper wristband confirming their attendance.
    • Hula hoops will be placed throughout the Union Lawn using physical distancing guidelines. Participants will be required to stay in the area of the hula hoop and not move the hoop’s location. Upon completion of the event, the CAB team will sanitize the hula hoops and put them in a location to air out for at least 2 days until next use. 
  • Entertainment Cafe (Weather Location)
    • In the event of extreme weather such as high winds, snow, or rain that will hinder set up outside, this event will be moved inside to the Entertainment Cafe. This will be called April 27 at noon if we are inside or outside.
    • Participants will RSVP for the event using a google form. In the google form, participants will check “I understand” as confirmation to abide by the following statement. 
      • “I understand that by agreeing to participate in this event, I also agree to abide by COVID safety protocols set in place by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. This includes wearing a mask, physical distancing, and washing hands. If I do not abide by these guidelines, I understand that I will be asked to leave the event.”
    • To RSVP for inside in case of weather there will be a section on the form that they may select stating:
      • “In the event of weather would you like to attend this event inside at the Entertainment Cafe? Not everyone who could attend outside can attend inside due to capacity limits, priority will be given based on when the forms are submitted for attendance.”  
    • There will be ten people seated in the upper level and ten people seated in the lower level. Seats will be placed throughout the cafe using physical distancing guidelines. These numbers include staff needed to work the event.
    • Upon arriving at the event, participants will check in with a member of the CAB team to verify their name is on the RSVP list. At that point, the participant will be asked to sanitize and then will receive either a stamp on their hand or paper wristband confirming their attendance.