Recognized Student Organizations can receive funding through two different types of funding sources. Student Fee funded sources and Non-Student Fee funded sources. This distinction is important, as Student Fee funded sources are subject to Student Fee Regulations.
Cultural Events Board: CEB has allocated mandatory student fee money each year to fund projects that provide the campus with a diverse program of special events.
Council of Colleges and Schools:
CCS receives mandatory student fees from CUSG Legislative Council's budget to make allocations to student organization projects that are oriented toward student interests and concerns.
CUSG Representative Council: The Representative Council receives a portion of the CUSG Legislative Council's budget to make allocations to student organization projects that are oriented toward student interests and concerns.
Student Organization Allocations Committee: SOAC allocates money to Affiliated and Independent student organizations for their operating, and programming expenses.
Local Schools: Each of the CU college and school student governments is allocated student fee money based on the actual number of students enrolled in the respective school. Many of the schools in turn will fund student organizations and/or special projects affiliated with their particular school.
Some administrative and academic departments or committees will allocate funds to student organizations for special projects, events or student organization travel. These funds and any student fee allocations you receive must be spent through The Center for Student Involvement.
The Dennis Small Cultural Center offers to collaborate with student organizations that are looking for a space to host their cultural programs. This support includes:
- A reservation at the Dennis Small Cultural Center during Branch Out (Tuesdays 5:30 to 7:30) or Rooted (Wednesdays 4:30 to 6:00)
- Marketing, printing and flyering
- Catering up to $50 with Campus Dining
- Tech support (laptop, projectors, etc.)
In order to qualify for funding, the student organization must:
- Be in good standing with the Center for Student Involvement
- Fill out and send the Collaboration Form at least three weeks before the event
- Highlight the cultural and social relevance of their event
- Be willing to welcome students and community members outside the student organization
Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement: ODECE provides funding for student organization events and travel. They coordinate campus wide initiatives and programs to promote diversity and inclusive excellence. Learn more about ODECE
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (VCSA): Student Affairs facilitates and enhances the personal growth, success, health, and well-being of every student at the University of Colorado Boulder. The VCSA provides funding for student organization events and travel.
Please contact your CSI Liaison or email email@example.com to get more information about ODECE or VCSA funding.
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