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Fall Involvement Fair Coming to Quad

By: Lizzy Coons

Bellarmine University will host its semi-annual Involvement Fair in the Quad on Sept. 8, starting at 11 a.m.

The fair will have several booths set up by different student organizations and campus departments, offering students the opportunity to get connected on campus.

Kaitlyn Nally, assistant director of student activities, said: “We have about 80-plus student organizations who are currently signed up. There is also going to be a dunk tank, snow cone machine and all sorts of fun things.”

The event is free and open to all students.

“The biggest reason to go is that you can find something you haven't been to before. There are so many different things this campus has to offer, and it is just a great opportunity to meet people,” said Megan Burger, vice president of registered student organization affairs.

Students will be able to walk around and speak to the leaders and directors of each organization at their booths.

“We are just excited to have students back on campus and inform all the new commuter students about what we put on. This includes coffee/donuts every month, a ping pong tournament, commuter appreciation day once a year, and chances to win different prizes such as a free meal at UDH,” said Megan Murphy, graduate assistant in Student Affairs at Bellarmine.

Murphy said she expects to have a good turnout at the fair this year especially with first-year students.

“It’s kind of like shopping on Amazon. You just get to walk around to see what’s available, see who has similar interests as you, and if you see an organization that is not being represented. It’s a great chance to get connected to people who can help you make that happen,” Nally said.

The Involvement Fair is held every semester, making it easier for students to find organizations that interest them.


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