Late Night events, hosted by student organizations, house communities, and university departments, take place in or around the University Center between 9 p.m.-1 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night, offering fun, free activities for Carnegie Mellon students.
For a full schedule of upcoming Late Night events, visit us on The Bridge.
Interested in your organization hosting a Late Night event? Learn more about the benefits of hosting a Late Night event and how to get started on The Bridge!
Please forward any questions to email@example.com.
Interested in programming and leadership opportunities? Help out the Late Night program!
The Late Night program is looking for interested students or student organizations to help with programming and implementing the following events for this spring semester:
Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
Minute to Win it & National Pancake Week
Safe Sex Bingo
Interested students should contact Sarah Fiore (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
Late Night Proposals now being accepted for Fall 2013!!!
Deadline: Friday, April 5th by 5:oopm
Final decisions and dates will be released on April 12th (application does not guarantee a Late Night spot!)
Late Night events are hosted every Friday and Saturday night from 9pm-1am during the semester.
Student organization spots are available once per week (typically on Fridays), which means that spots are limited!
Spaces are given on a first come first serve basis as long as the Late Night criteria are met, so apply as soon as possible!!
Late Night events must provide a free, inclusive, and engaging event for all CMU students and must not have the same or similar theme to another event taking place that same semester. Please take this into consideration when writing your proposals.
For more information about Late Night requirements, please refer to the Late Night Planning Checklist available on The Bridge (under documents).
Please forward all questions to the Late Night Advisor at email@example.com.