- Each Statler College organization must submit an official proposal to ESB G103 (Cate and Ryan's office) by September 5th, 2018 to be eligible for funding during the 2018-2019 school year
Your proposal should identify goals and initiatives for the academic year and estimated
- All activities must be listed in proposal to be eligible for SAC funding
- Only activities that further the mission of your organization will be approved
- After proposal review, an award letter will be sent to the respective organization's president, advisor, department chair (if applicable), and Dean Cilento
- All proposals must be signed by student organization advisor, president, and department chair (if applicable)
- Proposals should include:
- Organization's mission and purpose
- Project/activity description
- Annual budget
- Volunteering initiatives
- Current officer contact information -- Printable Officer Update Form
- Appropriate signatures-- Printable Proposal Signature Sheet
- Proposal outline with detailed description
- To see a proposal from previous years please stop by G103 ESB
- Funding allocations are based on the percentage of SAC approved volunteer hours from the prior academic year
- See volunteer hour guidelines for information on earning SAC approved volunteer hours
- Only approved activities and expenses included in proposal are eligible for funding
- SAC funds will not be distributed to individual organizations. You must work in coordination with your EBO/departmental business office or Student Advisory Council Advisors to spend SAC funds allocated to your organization
- All expenses should be processed through your respective EBO or Cate Schlobohm . No reimbursement checks will be issued for organizations or individuals after incurring expenses
- New approved Statler College organizations will receive $250 in their startup year
- Organizations which do not complete at least 10 SAC hours in a year, will be assumed inactive and will not be a SAC member organization for the following year. Organizations may re-apply to become a SAC organization by following this process . Organizations re-applying will not receive the $250 startup funds.
- SAC budgets expire on June 20 annually. Money does not roll over to the next year.
- Only activities that further the mission of your organization will be approved for funding
- Funding may not be used for food and drinks at meetings, T-shirts, social activities, etc.
- If you have questions about appropriate SAC spending, please contact Cate Schlobohm
- View a complete list of budget information and guidelines for SAC organizations
- View 2018-2019 SAC Budget
- View 2018-2019 Running SAC Hours List
Fundraising and Corporate Donation Guidelines
- Coordinate all sponsorship and corporate donation efforts with Heather Cross, associate director of development, prior to approaching businesses.
- If you plan to solicit donations from a company, you must first have approval from Heather Cross or Shams Khan. You can email for approval. Required information to be approved includes: purpose, dollar amount requested, and companies to be contacted
- If you have questions about how to solicit donations, or which companies to work with, make an appointment with Heather Cross via email. (To guarantee the most effective use of your meeting time, please schedule an appointment before visiting Heather)
- Do NOT approach a company without approval from the Development Office (Shams Khan and Heather Cross).
If you are a departmental student organization, you should work with your departmental
Executive Business Officer (EBO) to help with travel arrangements and purchases
for your organization.
EBO's can contact
Cate Schlobohm for SAC funding strings as needed.
|Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering||Pam Gelet||821 ESBfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Industrial and Management Systems Engineering||Marie Owen||321 MRBemail@example.com|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering||Lynne Jacobs||653 ESBfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chemical and Biomedical Engineering||Linda Rogers||405 ESBemail@example.com|
|Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering||Beth Corcoran||359 AERBfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mining Engineering||Karen Centofanti||365 ESBemail@example.com|
|Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering||Adrian Matheny||347 MRBfirstname.lastname@example.org|