Little Sibs Weekend-FAQ's
Frequently asked questions about Little Sibs Weekend
What is Little Sibs Weekend?
Little Sibs Weekend is an annual tradition that offers a unique opportunity for siblings, cousins, or younger friends of CSB/SJU students to spend a weekend on campus.
When is Little Sibs Weekend?
Little Sibs Weekend 2014 will take place March 28-30 at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University.
Which age groups can come to Little Sibs Weekend?
We welcome all Little Sibs! The weekend is filled with activities for all ages to participate.
What kinds of activities are offered?
There will be live performances, movies, arts & crafts, games, and access to athletic facilities.
How does registration work?
The Little Sibs Weekend website has the link to the registration form. Each CSB/SJU student hosting a Little Sibneeds to complete a registration form. After registration is receiveda liability waiver form will be sent to the Little Sib's parent/guardian and should be completed online or by mail. As soon bohtforms are completed, the Lil Sib will be set to attend all events!
Registration will be available Friday, February 28th, 2014
What about accommodations?
CSB Students with little sisters: Little sisters are welcomed to stay overnight in the CSB residence halls with their older sisters.
CSB students with little brothers: Little brothers who are 13 or younger are welcomed overnight in the CSB residence halls. We recommend CSB students to find a SJU friend for little brothers who are older than 13 to stay overnight.
SJU students with little brothers: Little brothers are welcome to stay overnight in the SJU residence halls with their older brothers.
SJU students with little sisters: No female siblings may stay overnight on the SJU campus. We recommend female siblings to stay with a friend of her brother's at CSB
What should Little Sibs do once they arrive on campus?
Little Sibscan arrive anytime on Friday, March 28. Little brothers that are staying overnight at SJU should have their host resident check in with their FR upon arrival.