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CAMPUS LIFE FEE (CLF) EVENT GRANTS PROCESS

Campus Activities Fee Grant Initiatives are intended to further the student group experience. As funds are limited and many groups apply, applicants must be accountable to uphold the grants process. Funds must be used properly in order to ensure that groups continue to have access to funds. Therefore, the following required procedures are in place to ensure student group accountability:

1. Submit your application.

Applications must be submitted to Campus Activities in UUW208C. Events must occur a minimum of 30 days after the grant application due date in order to be eligible for funding. Please note: grant applications are reviewed on a monthly basis. No funding will be given to activities held prior to the review of the application. All applications will be reviewed by a review committee made up of University students, faculty and staff. See Judging criteria used by the review committee. Please refer to the grant hearing schedule in order to submit your application in a timely manner.

2. Attend a CLF Grant hearing.

Grant hearings will be held on a monthly basis with the CLF Grant Board. Board members will review your application and will decide if grant monies will be awarded. Awards will be given in one lump sum, checks will be requested after the submission of the Statement of Agreement and the post-event meeting with the Associate Director has taken place. No exceptions will be made. Checks will be made payable to the student group serving as the primary applicant.

3. Schedule a post-event meeting.

Grant recipients are required to have a post-event meeting with the Associate Director for Campus Activities within 30 days of your event completion date. Complete your Project Evaluation Form, and be prepared to present it at your post-event meeting.

Failure to comply with the policies or procedures may result in any of the following consequences to be determined by Campus Activities:

CLF Grant Board award decisions are final.

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Last Updated: 7/10/13