The Campus Activities Board (CAB) at Brighton is the organization responsible for planning, developing and implementing social, cultural and educational events on the Brighton campus. The board consists of special interest committees designed to meet the diverse needs of the campus population.
The Campus Activities Board committees include: Performing and Creative Arts, Modern Diversity, Traditional Culture, Student Spotlight , Travel, Cafe Blend, Special Events, Contemporary Events, Community Outreach, Publicity and Promotion and Nightlife. A student chairperson leads student volunteers in the planning, promotion, and production of events for the campus community. Numerous leadership opportunities on the Campus Activities Board assist students in creating a well-rounded college experience.
and Creative Arts
Responsible for planning and implementing MCC's Performing and Creative Arts series. It also develops theatrical programs, traditional style poetry, and dinner theaters. This committee co-sponsors programs with the college's Creative Arts Committee and the Visual and Performing Arts Department.
Responsible for the coordination and implementation of annual activities for the campus, such as Fall Festival, Spring Fling, Breakfast with Santa, athletic events and Welcome Back Week. this committee also develops and implements prgorams designed for non-traditional forms of entertainment.
Responsible for diverse issues designed to incorporate areas of concern aside from traditional culture. Topics may include gender related issues, lifestyles, and the emotionally or physically challenged.
Responsible for selecting, planning, and implementing mini-lecture programs by both local, national, and international figures that touch on a variety of topics of concern to MCC students. This committee involves representation of faculty members for all academic departments, who assist in the selection of programs. the student and faculty connection creates a strong co-curricular and academic relationship.
Responsible for supporting local, national, and international charities that encourage civic engagement with the co-curricular program at MCC. These events will incorporate members of clubs and organizations throughout the student association.
Responsible for planning and implementing after hour events and programs including weekend entertainment. These programs may feature films, comedians, or music and will work in conjunction with Residence Life programs.