University Programming Council 15-16
UPC programs events for campus The University Programming Council is a programming organization whose mission is to sponsor, collaborate and implement social, educational, recreational, and multicultural programs and activities for Frostburg State University. Under the direction of the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life, the UPC leadership team works with a committee of general board members to develop and implement events that are representative of the diverse interests of the students and other members of the Frostburg State University community. The student leaders and members of the general board focus on programming areas including, but not limited to, speakers, music, multicultural events, comedy, feature films and off-campus trips. In addition, UPC staff and members are responsible for the planning and coordination of campus-wide traditions, including Spring Fest and Late@Lane.
Late@Lane: Game On
Late@Lane entertains hundreds with unique, themed events each month ✍ SAVE THESE LATE@LANE DATES FALL ‘16 9/10 • 10/8 • 11/5 SPRING ‘17 2/4 • 3/4 • 4/1
Late@Lane is a free monthly event series for FSU students happening from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Lane University Center. We have DJs, comedians, free food, prizes, giveaways, and so much more for each event! As a student, you can also get involved in volunteering for Late at Lane. Students learn event management skills, marketing techniques, and how to work with professional artists and vendors.
Here are some things students have to say about our events Late@Lane always gives
me something to look forward to on the weekends. I meet so many people there.”
I loved it
because the environment of the event was really friendly and themed really well.”
My favorite event is Late@Lane. It’s always new, safe ways for students to have fun in Frostburg.”
Frostburg State University's Student and Community Involvement Brochure 2016-17