The University of Arizona

Cats After Dark

Cats After Dark is a central late night programming initiative in SAEM/AISS, made possible through collaboration and coordination between several offices and student groups. Cats After Dark aims to provide students events late at night – specifically, events that offer multiple opportunities for engagement and alternatives to consuming alcohol.

Cats After Dark is made possible through the collaborative efforts of the following departments and student groups:

  • Arizona Student Unions
  • Campus Health
  • Campus Recreation
  • Dean of Students Office
  • Fraternity and Sorority Programs
  • Housing & Residential Life
  • Residence Hall Association
  • Student Governance and Programs
  • Wildcat Events Board

Cats After Dark Engage

Cats After Dark Engage, a partnership between Cats After Dark and Housing & Residential Life, is the University of Arizona's premier late-night programming group. Students get involved by first taking a 1-credit EDL297a "Event Planning & Leadership" course, learning how to plan large-scale events and develop leadership skills along the way. Then they continue on to plan three large-scale, late-night events every semester. If you live on-campus and want to get involved, please e-mail to learn more!