Established in the Spring of 2005, the Insomniacs look to bring healthy, safe, and fun programs and activities to the college community. Activities will occur between the hours of 10pm and 2am, when students experience most of their “free time.” Working to create an identity and campus culture for alternative programming, the Insomniacs establishes a college-wide focus on students’ healthy choices with alcohol through student driven programming.
The mission of the ESF Insomniacs is to solicit and review proposals for late night activities sponsored in an alcohol free environment that support responsible social interaction. The Insomniacs approve funding for programs that will positively enhance the level of activity on campus during prime social times and provide students with opportunities to develop leadership and programming skills.
Any registered student organization may take advantage of the Insomniac Late Nite Programming Fund to support late night campus programming. Late night is defined as between 10 PM and 2 AM on Friday nights. Programs must last a minimum of 3 hours. The event must be open to the entire campus community. Activities may range from live acts to midnight BBQ's to poker tournaments to even an annual Ski Trip to a local Ski Resort. The possibilities are endless!
Proposals are available in the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership, 14 Bray Hall.