Student Activity Fee Information
As the Fall semester continues to fly by, students and their organizations will want to soon think about requesting funds for next semester from the Student Activity Fee Budgeting Committee.
With the exception of few things, not much as changed in the requesting process from last year. Our biggest change for this year is how you sign-up. Rather than posting a sheet outside Student Life Office, it has been decided that a Google Doc is a more effective way to reach the students. To access the Google Doc, simply go to Senate’s website (rusenate.com). Once on the home page, scroll about halfway down the page. You will see a picture of money with Student Activity Fee Budgeting Committee Information underneath it. Click that and you will be directed to the Committee’s home page. There you will find the link to the sign-up, the allocation request forms, and the travel request forms. Sign up soon as the last meeting is on November 3rd!
If you wish to request money for next semester, click SAFBC Allocation Request Form. Fill out the information asked for of your organization. After that, click the Current Semester tab and fill out all revenues and expenses for the semester. We ask that you include your balance you carried over from the previous semester. Then, click next semester and put your expected revenues and expenses for the upcoming semester. Click the total request tab and make sure the numbers you previously entered are correct on this page. You might need to adjust your projected deficit and total request. Be sure to say during your presentation how much you are actually requesting.
If you are requesting money for travel, click the SAFBC Travel Request Form. Fill out as much information as possible on the sheet.
Please arrive a few minutes early for your presentation in case the Committee is ahead of schedule. You have ten minutes to explain why you are requesting money. Please leave time for questions at the end. As of right now, all meetings will take place in the Regents Room in Massman.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask a Senator!