Student Activities Board

About Us

The Student Activities Board uses a committee system to plan, advertise and implement events for the entire campus and has five standing committees to which students can become members. Each committee (see below for descriptions) is responsible for a specific area of programming and is the basis of SAB's overall programming.

Students are highly encouraged to join committees and attend committee meetings in order to share their ideas and input in planning and implementation of programs. Committee members participate in the programming process from beginning to end, from idea inception to event set-up, working the event, and breaking down the event. By participating on committees, students are ensuring that SAB is meeting the needs of the entire student population and that your voice is heard.

The Concert Committee, lead by Amber Holmes, is comprised of student leaders from across campus who come together to chose artist that will showcase at some point throughout the academic year. The committee is chosen by the Student Government Association, but students are welcome to attend meetings as well as a volunteer throughout the year.


Currently lead by Victor Lopez, the Freshman Factor Committee is a new membership training committee that provides leadership development and involvement in student activities for freshman. The committee is not limited to freshman only. Freshman Factor is responsible for communication with freshman by means of mail outs, emails, mentor programs, or classes, freshman sponsored events, etc. 


Under the direction of the director of student activities and Jaylon Lewis, committee chair, The Lady of the Bracelet (LOB) Committee is responsible for the planning and production of the Miss Northwestern Lady of the Bracelet Pageant. This includes everything from the recruiting of contestants, working with the Creative and Performing Arts Department, and preparing the crowned Miss Northwestern LOB to compete in the Miss Louisiana Scholarship Pageant.

  • Application Deadline: August 25, 2017 (must attend an informational for application to be accepted)
  • Talent Preliminaries: August 31, 2017 (Must have a 90 second talent and accompanied music prepared for this date).
  • LOB Mock Interviews: Month of September - Dates/Times TBD
  • LOB Rehearsal: Week of September 18-22, 2017
  • LOB Pageant: September 23, 2017



With Jhalon Thomas serving as the committee chair, the Lagniappe Committee is responsible for providing that little something extra for the student body. They present various social activities such as lobby life events, dances, musical events, and interactive activities.


Led by executive member, Jhalon Thomas, the Public Relations and Advertising Committee is responsible for organizing all displays relating to SAB. PR & A is also in charge of maintaining the general image of the Student Activities Board and handling promotional materials for SAB. This committee is a great opportunity for student interesting in advertising, marketing, and graphic design.


Led by Elisabeth Perez, the service learning committee has a primary goal of raising awareness and funds for local, regional and national causes throughout the academic year. Some of the events the committee may present include a fundraising event for St. Jude, give back day for students, final's week good luck pack and much more.


Please note, meeting times for the committees listed above will be provided prior to the start of the fall 2016 semester. In the mean time, to learn more about the Student Activities Board and what they are up to visit the following social media platforms.