Clubs

Club Finance

CLUB FINANCE

Your complete resource to student organization finance! If you're new to working with student organization finances read start with the Beginners Guide to Student Organization Finance. Scroll down for video tutorials about your student organization fund, how to use financial forms, your funding options, and fundraising.

FINANCIAL FORMS


Use financial forms to spend money from your student organization fund. For more information about financial forms check out these videos and the Beginners Guide to Student Organization Finance.

Check Request:

Student Cash Advance:

Student Cash Reimbursement:

Interdepartmental Transfer Form:

ABOUT YOUR CLUB FUND


Check Your Club's Fund Balance:

What's My Fund Number?

What's an Account Number?

What is a W9?

Do I Pay Sales Tax?

How to Make a Donation to an Outside Organization:

Depositing Cash or Check in Your Club Fund:

Donation Letter Template - Coming Soon!

FUNDING OPTIONS


SGA CLUB ALLOCATIONS

Student organization budgets are funding by the Student Activity Fee with the oversight of the Student Organization Committee within the Student Government Association. The student activity fee is designed to fund student-led initiatives that will directly benefit student life. All recognized clubs/organizations seeking funds are required to complete the annual Club/Organization Budget Request Form to receive a budget allocation. Request are only accepted during a small window in the Spring semester.

SGA Club Budget Allocation Request Form and associated documents can be found HERE under Club Allocations

SORF: STUDENT ORGANIZATION RESOURCE FUND

The Student Organization Resource Fund (SORF) allocates supplemental funding to Clubs, University-Affiliated Organizations (UAOs) and SGA Subordinate Bodies from the Student Activity Fee. This funding is primarily provided to assist organizations with support in planning events, trip/travel costs, or the one-time procurement of permanent equipment related to the function of an organization. The funds allocated by SORF are to be used to help offset the costs associated with the organization's needs, not to cover all expenses. Organizations can only request up to 70% of the total cost of an event, trip, or equipment procurement. The remaining 30% must be generated by the organization through other means, including: Contribution of existing budget dollars, Fundraising, Financial co-sponsorship with other organizations. SORF funding requests must be submitted at least 21 days prior to the activity.

Find out more about SORF and apply HERE

Special Funding Options:

Friedlander Family Fund Scholarship

Student Emergency Fund Application

FUNDRAISING


Student organizations are encouraged to fundraise to raise money for its own purposes, to support a program or event, or to benefit a charity. Fundraisers are governed by the fundraising policy which exists to monitor the appropriateness and maximize the success of student organization fundraisers. A Fundraising Permit Form must be completed for any such attempt to raise money either on or off-campus.

The Office of Student Involvement manages the approval process for student organization fundraisers. The fundraiser must also have the approval of the student organization advisor. Offices and departments are encouraged to complete a Fundraising Permit Form for all fundraising initiatives. Individual students, faculty, and staff are not permitted to host fundraisers.

Fundraising Policy

Fundraising Form

X-Cash Reader Loaner Equipment Agreement