The Student Association of Immaculata University is rich in tradition. Although we have transformed ourselves from a programming committee to a real governing body for student advocacy, we still plan certain events that hold special value to the university. It is only fitting that S.A.I.U. hosts these wonderful events.
These events are the following:
Christmas Banquet – Hosted by S.A.I.U. Executive Board
100 Nights Dinner – Planned by the Senior Class
Rose Arbor Dinner – Planned by Senior Class
Senior Ball – Planned by Senior Class
Junior Ring Ceremony – Planned by Junior Class
Sophomore Pinning – Planned by Sophomore Class
Cotillion – Planned by Sophomore Class
A majority of the other events held in campus are planned and hosted by Progamming Board, which is a council of S.A.I.U.