Apply for Funding
One of the most popular benefits of being a registered student organization is the ability to apply for funding through the Student Government Association (SGA) primary allocation process. SGA receives a portion of the University’s Student Activity Fees each year and in turn distributes it to registered student organizations for use. The allocation process takes place early each spring semester and involves an application, budget, and interview/meeting requirement.
In order to be (or remain) eligible for the SGA primary funding allocations, a group must be registered for a full year and must submit its completed re-registration paperwork by the fourth week of the fall semester. The primary funding process is handled entirely by the SGA office and more information can be found at this link:
The SGA office also offers the option of emergency funding to registered student organizations. Emergency funding can only be requested once a year and involves an application and interview process. More information about emergency funding is available on the link above.