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Funding Sources

There are a number of ways for a student organization to receive funding. Examples include: Collecting money from members (dues) Dues may be collected via cash or check only. Checks... Read Full Post

Posted on 9 July 2015

IMU Sponsorship

In order for your organization to be considered for an IMU Sponsorship please consider the following: To be considered an application must be submitted to IMU Event Services by the last... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

CSIL Grant Funding

*The purpose of the CSIL Grant Funding Program is:* To support and encourage student programming To provide funding for student-planned events To provide marketing support for student-planned events   *Funding Criteria: (PLEASE... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

Determining Awarded Funding

Student organization leaders can see the amount of money their organization's funding request was awarded by checking the Treasury/Budget module on OrgSync, provided they have been given access to this... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

OrgSync Processes to Request Funding

The funding committees for student government have produced several videos  that outline the process for requesting funding. To view the videos for the related topic click here: Process Overview[] Designating... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

Maximum Funding Standards

UISG's Maximum Funding Standards[] and GPSG's Funding Guidelines[] are the rules used by the student government funding committees to make allocation decisions. These documents should serve as an outline for you when completing... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

Student Organization Accounts

Recognized student organizations are not allowed to have financial/bank accounts off campus. Organization accounts must be managed by the University and are requested in the Student Organization Business Office[services/sobo/] (159... Read Full Post

Posted on 20 May 2013

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