Club Fair showcases more than 60 clubs offered at CBU
Riverside, Calif. (Sept. 14, 2016) – Community Life at California University hosted a Club Fair on Sept. 14 that provided students an opportunity to learn about the more than 60 clubs on campus.
CBU offers a wide range of organizations that focus on academic development; service-based learning or social activities.
The clubs are designed to bring like-minded individuals into a community setting, said Taylor Allen, program coordinator of clubs and events with Community Life. “We want students to be able to join and be encouraged in their college career,” Allen added.
Jessica Parker, a biomedical engineering junior, is participating in the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES). She said the club has helped her with her professional endeavors.
“The BMES club has helped me to know what professional opportunities are out there after graduation,” Parker said. “The club really focuses on helping students take their next step in their future plans.”
Logan Richardson, a kinesiology senior, said he joined the Surf Club to spend time with his friend Brandon Gherardi, the club president.
“We both grew up surfing; we love it to death. It’s also a way we connect with God,” Richarsdson said. “I look forward to meeting new friends, doing a devotional together and then catching some waves.”