The Community Activities Office manages the daily business operations of the Community Government Association (CGA) and it's efforts.
Community Activities provides an assortment of services to the students of Bloomsburg campus. The office provides financial services by way of the following: Community Activities Budgets (via the Community Activities Fee for groups to process allocated funds), Husky Fund Accounts (acting as a "bank account" for student groups to handle financial transactions) and Finance Committee Funding (via submitted and approved proposals per policy).
In addition to financial services, our office also has a fleet of vehicles that may be reserved by student groups for use to conduct group business and travel; as well as overseeing and managing the production of the Obiter (the official yearbook of Bloomsburg).
For more information visit:
- Community Government Association (CGA)
- Kehr Union Building
- University Store (CGA Financial Aid Book Loan Program is handled directly by the University Store)
- Student Recreation Center
- Honeysuckle Student Apartments
- Obiter - Bloomsburg's Yearbook
Community Activities Office Plan & Operations
In addition to the office operating information listed below, please be sure to refer to the "Calendar" link above to find important office dates and YE cut-off information (for both Fall and Spring semesters). This calendar also provides reference date information for CGA related events and meetings.
Electronic submission is available for all requisitions and documentation and can be submitted via email as follows:
|Husky Fund/CGA Admin/Honeysuckle
While we prefer electronic submission for your safety and the safety of our office, meetings may be scheduled with the respective party to submit in-person when needed/required. Please email some available meeting times to the person you are wishing to meet with and they will be in touch to schedule a meeting with you.
In addition to electronic submission and scheduled appointments with the Community Activities Office staff, a drop box/night drop box will be available to drop off deposits, requisitions and other documentation. The drop box/night drop box will be signed as such and is located between the double doors (Old Science side) and the Community Activities Main Office door. There are envelopes and labels available for use (if needed) at the drop box/night drop box.
The drop box/night drop box will be available both during and after normal business hours of operation and can be accessed anytime that that the Kehr Union building is open/unlocked.
The Community Activities Office will be conducting it's meetings and appointments virtually (via Zoom or other media). In-person visits to the Community Activities Office will be scheduled by appointment only, when in-person visits are needed/required.
Meetings and appointments may be scheduled by emailing some available meeting times to the person you are wishing to meet with. Once received, the respective person will be in touch to schedule a meeting/ appointment with you. You may also call the respective person to schedule a meeting/ appointment directly. Respective contact information is as follows:
|Husky Fund/CGA Admin/Honeysuckle
In support of the safety and well-being of the Bloomsburg community and in compliance with the university's COVID-19 Travel Guidelines, all CGA travel (which is all travel funded or supported by CGA), will abide by university guidelines.
Please refer to the below links for further details:
Items can be mailed to the Community Activities Office via U.S.P.S. mail at the address below:
Commonwealth University of PA, Bloomsburg Campus
Community Activities Office
Kehr Union - Room 428
ATTN: __________________ (insert name of respective party here)
400 E. Second St.
Bloomsburg, PA 17815