Fall Get on Board 2015
Thursday, August 27th
Registration Opens in March!
Join the SOURCE and the Office of Student Involvement for Fall Get on Board Day on Thursday, August 27th from 5-9pm (general organizations , departments, and vendors) to take place outdoors in a location TBD. The GOBD experiences is designed to give students an opportunity to interact with student organizations and departments for involvement opportunities.
Student Organizations- $15-$20 per table (Depending on Table Type Selected)
Departments- $20-$25 range per table (Depending on Table Type Selected)
Community Vendors- Check back with us soon regarding opportunities to join us in the Fall of 2015 and our various Vendor Packages!
THANK YOU TO OUR Fall 2014 VENDORS!
Regions Bank, Sealy Management, Co. Inc, Yogurt Mountain, T-Mobile USA, The Retreat and Tamaha, Head Hunters CrossFit, Wagners Runwalk, Friends of Phil Poole
Already Furnished, American Family Care, Grifols Talecris Plasma Resources, Kaplan Test Prep, Maki Fresh, The Church at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Iron Tribe Fitness, US Marine Corps, Verizon, Vineyard Community Church, VeloCity ProCycle
Charming Kreations Salon, Classy Threads Bridal & Formal, Drea Nails, GUMZ, HBO, Maneline Creations, Mary’s Hair Gallery, Nancy Taylor Day Spa, Rite Aid Pharmacy, Southern Care Hospice, Tanning Oasis Tuscaloosa, The BFlyy Experience, Tutor Doctor, Alabama Credit Union, Palm Beach Tan
Big Brother Big Sister of West Alabama, Church of the Redeemer CEC, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), First United Methodist Church Tuscaloosa, St. Pauls’ Anglican Church, The Capstone United Methodist Church, United Way of West Alabama, The Salvation Army, The Oasis Baptist Church, Druid City Garden Project, Weeping Mary Baptist Church College Ministry, Alabama Coastal Foundation
Get On Board Day, hosted by The Source, is held near the beginning of the fall and spring semesters each year. GOBD draws large crowds of students and faculty members to learn about a great number of our campus groups. From the large number represented, students can connect with the organizations that are most interesting to them. Participating organizations include interest areas such as military, political, advocacy, service, honorary, professional, recreational, social, and religious groups.