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CLP for Sponsors

Faculty and designated staff sponsors should be sure to review all guidelines and finalize your planning and room reservations before proposing a CLP event.

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Event & Proposal Guidelines

Events carrying CLP credit should engage students across a broad spectrum of issues, ideas, and artistic expressions from various disciplines and cultures.

See our guidelines

Submission Examples

The event needs to take on a or speak to a significant “cultural” issue, as defined by the guidelines.

View a selection of submissions
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Sponsor Responsibilities

Although any staff member, student, or student group may help host a CLP event, an official “faculty or staff sponsor” must submit the event proposal.

View the sponsor responsibilities

CLP Committee Members

Interested in seeing who is on the committee?

View our members
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Designated Staff & Space Reservations

"Designated Staff" are members of staff eligible to act as Sponsor for CLP events.

Learn how to reserve a space

Moderator Pool

The Cultural Life Program (CLP) Moderator Pool is a group of faculty members who have volunteered to help ensure that principles of civil discourse are upheld at program events.

Learn more about moderators
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