If you are part of an approved organization and your project has a specific need for money or resources, come to us for help.
Browse the guidelines below to get started. If you have questions that are not answered here, you can visit the Finance Office (Room C212C).
- Fundraising is a great way to finance your organization’s activity. In addition, once you have raised funds on your own it will be more likely for you to receive additional funds from student government. You can raise funds in many ways — through auctions, donations, membership dues, charging admission to performances, bake sales, raffles, and sales of tangible items or services. If you are ready to plan a fundraiser, visit Planning Fundraisers in our Events & Activities section.
- Requesting S&A Funding: S&A is shorthand for “Services and Activities Fees”. This fund is based on fees that come out of every student’s tuition for the purpose of supporting student initiatives. When a request is made for funding, the student government (ASG) decides how to allocate funds for the project and from which account. If you would like to request S&A funding, visit Submit a Funding Request in our Student Organizations section.
Once you’ve obtained funding, you might purchase items or services with those funds. There are certain requirements for purchases for club/program activities. Learn about them on our page: Making Purchases.
If you are considering any kind of rental — whether a tent, conference facility, a car, or something else — you’ll need to discuss your rental with our Finance staff first. Rentals are subject to liabilities and risks, and we need to ensure that risks are managed appropriately. Visit us in the Finance office in C212.
Does your student organization need to go to a conference or event off campus? Learn about our travel procedures on our page: Travel Requirements.
Last Updated July 29, 2015