Late Night Programs
What are Late Night Programs?
Late Night Programs are any student organization-hosted event held on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night that cover the hours of 10pm-12am. Events can happen on- or off-campus, and must be open to the campus community.
The purpose of Late Night Programs is to promote the health, well-being and safety of students by providing opportunities to engage with others and build community in an environment without alcohol.
The Late Night Programs Team
There are several team members dedicated to the assessment and support of Late Night Programs, and the student organizations and departments hosting them.
Check out our Working with Us page to learn more about how we can support you!
Well-being and Harm Reduction Trainings
Late Night Programs has partnered with Undergraduate Student Government to provide additional well-being and harm reduction training options as part of their ORG TIP$ program.
For the full list of trainings, please see the ORG TIP$ website.