Administration & Finance

I. Purpose

The purpose of this document is to provide policy and guidance for Boulder campus financial resource management as directed by the University of Colorado Administrative Policy Statement (APS) 4058, “Budget and Net Position Internal Reporting.” This campus policy reinforces prudent business practices to ensure good fiscal health, promotes the efficient use of funding, and aids in the development of spending plans that support the campus mission and goals.

I. Introduction

  1. The following policy applies to crowdfunding campaigns or projects undertaken by any individual associated with the University of Colorado Boulder (“CU-Boulder”) (e.g. staff, faculty, students or administration) using or planning to use a third-party crowdfunding or crowdsourcing vendor, portal or service provider.
  2. Generally, crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or campaign by soliciting relatively small donations of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.

Introduction

The policy on Campus Use of University Facilities (CUUF) is intended to prevent interference and material and substantial disruption of University functions or activities, promote safety, protect University property and to facilitate scheduling and management of University Facilities and/or Outdoor Spaces.

This policy applies to all UCB departments, divisions, schools, colleges, units, faculty, staff, students, and any external entity and/or individual serving Alcohol on University Property or at an Event off University Property if any part of the cost of the Event is paid using University funds.

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