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Contributed by Matthew Orama on 03/30/2014
Hello Student Organizations! It's that time of the Spring Semester again: The Fall Funding Process!
The Fall Funding Process will be open from April 1st, 12PM-April 20th, 10PM. The Fall Funding Process Meeting will be on Saturday, April 26th, at 1PM in the Cayuga Lake Meeting Room.
What is the Fall Funding Process: It's similar to the Regular Funding Process of SGA, but with some slight modifications. Your organization will still submit funding requests through the funding website, still follow the rules of the allocation handbook, etc. However, the budgets MUST be Operational budgets for the Fall 2014 semester and Programming, Travel, and Fundraising Loan requests for Block I of 2014 (August 27th-October 15th, 2014). No other budget proposals will be accepted.
Why it exists: The purpose of the Fall Funding Process allows student organizations to have SGA funding in their account the very first day of the Fall 2014 semester. This is a great opportunity if your organization would like to hold kick-off events to welcome incoming Freshmen to your groups and market your organization! Further, the Allocations Committee is not usually formed until the beginning of October, and thus do not meet until then. Therefore, the Fall Funding Process fills that gap!
Budget Proposals for Block I and Fall 2014 Operational accepted: April 1st, 12PM-April 20th, 10PM
Adviser Approvals due: No later than April 22, 2014
Schedule will be emailed to treasurers who have gotten their adviser's approval: Evening of April 23rd.
Actual Meeting: Saturday, April 26th, 2014 at 1PM in the Cayuga Lake Meeting Room
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at SGABusiness@ithaca.edu! Have a great week everyone!
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