A list of the executive board of this student association.
Child and Family Studies Student Association
The Child and Family Studies Student Association allows you to make friends, network with industry professionals and get more involved in your major.
All WSU students who value issues related to families and children, regardless of their major, are welcome to join CFSSA and take an active role in leadership and events. CFSSA regularly hosts fundraisers, round-table discussions, service projects and special campus events, such as the annual Week of the Young Child. The association often invites guest speakers to campus to present on topics students are interested in.
The organization also focuses on experience and preparation for men majoring in child and family studies majors.
Your membership in CFSSA shows employers you are actively involved in your major and allows you enhance your learning outside the classroom.
Our goals include preparing you to work toward certifying as an early childhood or family life educator, assisting you in continuing your education in graduate programs and educating the campus and community with respect to family life, relations and policies.
CFSSA is an affiliate of the National Council on Family Relations.
Join us at one of our upcoming events.
Why Join CFSSA?
- Practical experience in your major
- Service projects to enhance the community
- Opportunities to interact with professors and industry professionals
- T-shirts and other gear
- Opening and closing social
- Open hours
- Service projects
- Fundraisers (for NCFR or NAEYC conference)
How to Join
- Visit McKay Education building, room 214, for a membership application.
- Fill out your application and pay the one time $15 membership fee
CFSSA T-shirt, $10
CFSSA sweatshirt, $20
Membership with CFSSA T-shirt and sweatshirt, $45
McKay Education Building, Room 214
(Check schedule beside door for hours)
Weber State CFSSA
1351 Edvalson St Dept 1301
Ogden, UT 84408-1301
Dr. Pamela Payne
Dr. Teri Henke