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Take flight and soar with exciting opportunities for student involvement at Wright State. Going to Wright State is about making the most of your life as a student. As you get involved, you'll not only have a lot of fun, you'll also develop your leadership abilities, raise your consciousness, and acquire skills you'll use after college.
Getting involved is easy! Just go to the listing of organizations and contact the President of the organization(s) that match your interests.
Stop by our new office on the lower level of the Student Union or give us a call at (937) 775-5570 if you have questions or would like to get involved on campus!
Richard A. Danals, Ph.D.
Certified Event Planning (CEP) for Registered Student Organizations
Sign up by:
- Going to: https://pilot.wright.edu/ (DO NOT LOG IN)
- AT THE BOTTOM CLICK: EXTERNAL REGISTRATION
- USE YOUR W# TO LOG INFIND THE CERTIFIED EVENT PLANNER TRAINING (4TH FROM THE TOP)
- FILL OUT THE FORM AND LIST YOUR ORGANIZATIONS YOU ARE REPRESENTING (UP TO 2)
WHAT IS THE CEP? The purpose of the CEP program is to assist student event planners in their planning, educate students with the university policy and to give the you all, the students, the best opportunities to host successful events here at Wright State.The CEP program is an online training through Wright State's online learning platform, Pilot. The program will take roughly 30-40 mins and will have a series of questions to assess the learning. Students must pass all sections of the quiz to become a CEP. Registered student organizations must have at least 1 member that is CEP certified and students can represent up to two organizations. There is no limit on how many members can be certified.If you have any questions, please contact Jack Pence or the Office of Student Activities 937-775-5570 or stop by 019 Student Union from 8:30-5:00pm Monday-Friday.
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