Campus Activities Board (CAB)

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the primary campus-wide programming body at Maine Maritime Academy. CAB representatives strive to provide diverse, high-quality entertainment at a low cost to the college community, while also serving both as a resource and a co-programmer for other organizations. Engaging in CAB events and activities can assist students in gaining an enhanced, well-rounded college experience. Students who serve on CAB gain substantial event planning and business experience, and may even attend a regional or national conference!

Interested in joining CAB?  Please contact Jessica Shively at or 207-326-2117 for more information. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) meets weekly to plan upcoming events. These meetings are always open and we encourage you to stop by; if you would like to attend virtually, please contact Jessica Shively.

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Meet Your CAB Crew

“I’m a senior in the Marine Biology Small Vessel Operations five-year program with minors in Oceanography and Physical Science. I also love scuba diving and I am a TA here at MMA, so you’ll often see me in the pool on the weekends!”

– Phoebe






“I’m a senior Vessel Operation and Technology Major and spent my summer wrestling 20 pound salmon and I really enjoyed it. I’m on the Cross Country and Lacrosse team and an avid supporter of Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee.”

– Olivia



“I am from Seattle WA and I miss my dogs from back home the most. I am also apart of MMA’s swim team and I work extremely hard in school as a senior in the Marine Bio/SVO program.”

– Kyle







“I’m a sophomore in the Marine Biology and CMES majors. I’m from Northern Maine and have a love for Marine and Aviary creatures, as well as a high interest in genetics and taxonomy. I’m also involved with the band programs and student life organizations here at MMA.”

– Patrick






  “Hi! My names Hunnie Zuber-Stephens and I’m from Lubbock, Texas. I am a sophomore on the Maine Maritime Volleyball Team and I am majoring in Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations!”

– Hunnie