Our Student Activities Council is our primary programming organization. The members of this group are responsible for planning and implementing a diverse schedule of activities -- from concerts to game shows to comedians.
Some of SAC's most popular events are Alumni & Family Weekend, Pitt-Sync Battle, the Cedar Point trip, and the Winter Week activities.
SAC also has regularly subsidized off-campus programs such as tickets to Pitt football games, culturally diverse metropolitan areas, and professional sporting games.
SAC is made up of all students who are interested in having a voice in what events and activities are being planned for campus entertainment. There is no election process to get involved. You only need to show up for weekly meetings and sponsored events.
There are 9 committees on SAC:
Publicity - Provides promotion and advertising for SAC events, SAC meetings, and creates the calendars that are made available to all students for the semester’s events.
Public Relations - Records SAC events by photography, videos, and autographs, maintains and updates the SAC webpage, creates a brochure for the fall semester, and promotes the SAC as a whole.
Comedy - Contracts comedic acts, including entertainment such as stand up comics, improvisational groups, and ventriloquists events throughout the school year.
Annual Events - Plans events that are held by the SAC that occur annually at Pitt-Bradford, such as Alumni & Family Weekend, Midnight Madness, Pitt Sync Battle, and Winter Week.
Interactive Events - Books events with novelty giveaways and interactive games such as inflatables, wax hands, snow cones, picture booths, and airbrush artists throughout the school year.
Musical Entertainment - Schedules entertainment throughout the school year including bands, dances, and coffeehouse performers.
Game Shows & Variety - Books professional speakers, hypnotists, mentalist, jugglers, and magicians as well as plans campus created game shows throughout the school year.
Trips & Sporting Events - Schedules trips off campus as well as showing broadcasted sporting events throughout the school year in the University Room.
University Night-Life & Awareness - Plans late night weekend events each month as well as activities that are aimed to increase the awareness of the members of the campus community corresponding with such events as Earth Day, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, September 11th, and World AIDS Day.
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