What Does PAC do?

The mission of PAC (Program Activities Council) is to provide exciting and entertaining events, while meeting the social needs of the Cameron University campus. PAC strives to provide entertainment such as comedians, concerts, games, novelty events, food music, movies, and much more to Cameron students free of charge. PAC also works to foster greater campus unity, spirit, and pride through their events and uses these events to enhance the educational experience at Cameron.

Who We Are?

PAC is a student-run organization. Students are involved in the planning and development of campus events for all Cameron students.

Being a member of PAC is a great way to meet new friends and gain leadership experience. PAC consists of 25-30 members who are all volunteers and full-time Cameron students. Members have the opportunity to be as involved as they want to be. Some participate in everything, while others participate in only a few events. Applications are available in the Student Activities office in the McMahon Centennial Complex. PAC meets every Monday at 6:30pm upstairs in the MCC in the Buddy Green Room.

The PAC mission is to enhance and stimulate personal growth by promoting university organizations while linking Cameron to the Lawton/Ft. Sill community.

 

The PAC co-chairs for 2012-2013 are

Sidney McCormack and B.J. Loflin

How to get involved

You can get involved with PAC by attending our weekly meetings at 6:30pm in the Buddy Greene Room of the MCC.

For more information, contact the Student Activities office at 580-581-2217 or email us at pac@cameron.edu.