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Student Organization Supplemental Event (S.O.S.E) Grant

For Student Organizations

The S.O.S.E. Grant was established by the Event & Conference Services Office in conjunction with the Commissions for Activities and Programs Fund (C.A.P.). These funds are completely separate from the funds provided by the Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee (S.A.F.A.C.) and serve as another avenue for student organizations to support campus events. The primary goal of the S.O.S.E. Grant is to support student organizations by providing monetary support for facilities fees on campus

Available Funding & Application Process

All eligible events will automatically receive up to $250 toward Campus/Auxiliary facilities cost while funding is still available. The grant will be applied after the event, and no application is required.

Note: Funding is allocated as the event occurs. Funding will apply to no more than two fundraising tables, per organization, per business week and four fundraising tables, per organization, per month.

Who Qualifies For The Grant?

This grant is for all student organizations recognized by the Office of Campus Activities to offset facilities costs related to setup/breakdown, custodial, grounds keeping, shipping and receiving, and electricians. Activities for which this grant can be used include, but are not limited to: fundraisers, socials, and cultural events geared toward encouraging student participation in campus life.

Allocation Guidelines

Student organizations automatically receive up to $250 toward campus facilities event expenses per event provided the following guidelines are satisfied:

  1. The organization must be registered with the Office of Campus Activities and be in good financial standing with the University.
  2. Funds must be for a future event; funding is never retroactive.
  3. Events must be open to all students.
  4. Event locations must be on campus.

Events that are co-sponsored by multiple groups are eligible for only one grant.
The grant will cover up to (4) fundraising or information tables per organization per month.