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Need to request funding from SGA for your Spring Semester events? Can’t wait until the Appropriations Committee reconvenes to get your hand on some dough? No problem! That’s what the Spring Funding Process is for!

The Spring Funding Process allows student organizations to apply for funding for Block 3 of the Spring Semester.
Budgets can be submitted for the Spring Funding Process beginning on Monday, November 11th at 12PM, and will end on Sunday, November 24th at 10PM (similar to the regular Funding Process). All adviser approvals will be due by November 26th at 5PM.
November 11th isn’t that far away! In order to field any questions and ensure that Treasurers are best equipped to apply for Spring Funding, Matt Orama, Vice President of Business and Finance for SGA, and Mary Holland, Student Organization Business Specialist, will be holding an informal information session on Thursday, November 7th in Williams 202 during the noon hour. Snacks will be provided!

If you aren’t available during the noon hour that day but still have questions about the Spring Funding Process, no worries! Matt is always available by appointment: just shoot him an email at!
NOTE: During the Spring Funding Process, Travel budgets and Operational budgets will be considered. Programming budgets and Fundraising Loan budget proposals will only be considered if they fall during Block Three (January 20th-March 7th, 2014).



Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact OSEMA at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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