Commuting Students Association (CSA)
The Commuting Students Association is the governing body that represents and serves the commuting students of Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Through its programs and services, CSA helps commuting students to interact with one another and the rest of the University community.
CSA sponsors many different programs, including CSA Coffee Breaks, which provide commuters with a break from academic life and a chance to connect with other commuters. CSA also organizes a variety of restaurant outings and New York City excursions so that commuters can further explore the great city of New York. CSA also plans Commuter Student Appreciation Week, which is affectionately called "C-SAW," in the Spring Semeste, which is a week of events dedicated solely to commuter students.
All commuting students are members of CSA, but the organization also includes a six-member executive board - president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and two program coordinators, as well as a general assembly comprised of representatives from the different class levels. General assembly seats are available to members of all classes. Meetings are held every Thursday at 11:30 am in Room 512 and are open to all students.
If you are would like to become a member of CSA, simply attend one of our meetings or have an idea for a program or service we can provide, please stop by the CSA office in LL 204B and speak with a respresentative or stop by the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development in LL 408, and leave a note in the CSA mailbox.
2011-2012 CSA Executive Board:
Lowenstein, Room 204B
Tel. (212) 636-8559