CSI offers students a number of programs in addition to the student organizations CSI staff support and advise. Join us to serve the community, have late night fun, learn to lead, and more.
- Art Institute
- Campus Programming
- Student Community Service
- NU Nights
- Freshmen Emerging Leader Program (FELP)
- Pre-Wildcat Welcome Trips
Northwestern University is excited to announce its new partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago, made possible by a generous donation from Shirley Welsh Ryan (WCAS61), the wife of Chicago businessman Patrick G. Ryan (EB59, H09) and a member of the museum's Board of Trustees.
Through this partnership, undergraduate students are granted free admission to the museum, including all special exhibitions, lectures, and programs. These dynamic learning opportunities are aimed to serve a broad spectrum of audiences and designed to enhance perception and spur creativity.
Campus Programming supported and funded by the Center for Student Involvement including Lunch on the Lake and Summer Cinema.
Student Community Service promotes the development of engaged citizens by supporting student service and philanthropy organizations and connecting students to community agencies in Evanston and Chicagoland.
NU Nights late-night programming on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 pm-1 am during the academic year.
Freshmen Emerging Leaders Program (FELP) is a quarter-long leadership program for freshmen nominated seen as emerging leaders on campus.
Pre-Wildcat Welcome trips provide an oppportunity for incoming students to bond over service and adventure learning before arriving on campus.