Student Activities

Get Funding

Please refer to the Program Planning Timeline handout for a detailed description of when to start planning depending on the type of program your organization or staff would like to sponsor.

Student organizations/advisors must wait until an allotment has been approved by the administrator supervising the budget source requested or approved by the Funding Board to make any payments towards a program or facilitate the signing of any agreement for services (contract, Standard Riders, Purchase Order/Request, waiver, etc.).

Funding allotments can only be used for the approved program; any unused funds will remain in the budget that supported the program. Allotments are not transfered into student organizations budget accounts. The funds stay in the budget from which the program is being supported.

Funding Source Appropriate Use Proposal Format Funding Requests Can Be Received Here…
Annual Student Organization Budget Student Organizations that have been registered for three consecutive years and received funding allotments from the Activities Funding Board for three consecutive years. Annual Budget Request Student Programming Center
307 Union Building Or The Assistant Director for Information Management
303 Union Building
Agency Account Student organization account used for depositing fundraising money or donations. See Next Box The Community Coordinator for Leadership Development, 304 Union Building
Resident Student Association Set Aside Student Organizations and RA/CA’s utilize for programming ideas. Program Proposal/Funding Request Form Individual residence hall GAM o r Resident Student Association
Activities Programming Budget Student Organization and RA/CA’s utilize for programs costing under $1,000.00 and that are not conference/tournament/competition/retreat related programs. Program Proposal/Funding Request Form Director of the Student Programming Center in the Student Programming Center
307 Union Building
Late Night La Salle Budget Student Organizations and RA/CA’s utilize for Programming on Friday and Saturday evenings between the hours of 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. or programs complementing preexisting LNL programs prior to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings. See Late Night La Salle’s website Programming Coordinator for Late Night La Salle in the Student Programming Center
307 Union Building
Activities Funding Board Student Organizations and RA/CA’s utilize for programs costing over $1,000.00 and conference/tournament/competition/retreat related programs. Funding Board Proposal Student Programming Center
RA/CA Set Aside RA/CA’s utilize for floor programs. Each RA/CA staff will have access to the set aside. Program Proposal/Funding Request Form Resident Coordinator of Respective Residence Hall
Bus Budget Student Organizations, RA/CA’s utilize for taking trips off-campus. Bus Request Form Programming Coordinator in the Student
Programming Center
307 Union Building

Initial funding for programming can be revoked if proper programming guidelines are not followed. Programs that have not followed funding guidelines, room reservation guidelines, advertising/promotion guidelines, etc. may be suspended and/or canceled.

Funding Board Schedule

Funding Board Schedule for Fall 2011 – Spring 2012

  • 2 copies of the appropriate Funding Board coversheet are required on both Funding Board Proposal copies.
  • You should meet with the Director of the Student Programming Center (see below for contact information) with a rough draft of your Funding Board proposal before it is submitted for consideration to the Funding Board. It is suggested to meet at least one week before submitting your proposal.
  • If your program requires the signing of a contract the timeline above may have to be extended by at least one extra month.
  • If your program date conflicts the scheduled deadlines please contact the Co-Chairpersons of the Funding Board.
  • The deadline to submit activity based program FB proposals is Thursday, March 1, 2012 for the Thursday, March 15, 2012 meeting.
  • The March 29, 2012 meeting of the Funding Board will not consider proposals for activity based programs. The meeting is for conference, tournament, competitions, retreats, and other travel, etc; supplies, and other non-activity based programming proposals.

PROPOSAL

DUE

DATE

FB MEETING DATE

301 Union Building

12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

EARLIEST DATE YOUR

PROGRAM CAN OCCUR

(BASED ON FB MEETING DATE)

Thursday, September 8

Thursday, September 15

Friday, October 7

Thursday, September 15

Thursday, September 29

Friday, October 14

Thursday, September 29

Thursday, October 13

Friday, October 28

Thursday, October 13

Thursday, October 27

Friday, November 11

Thursday, October 27

Thursday, November 10

Friday, December 2

Thursday, November 10

Thursday, December 1

Friday, January 27

Thursday, January 19

Thursday, February 2

Friday, February 17

Thursday, February 2

Thursday, February 16

Friday, March 2

Thursday, February 16

Thursday, March 1

Friday, March 16

Thursday, March 1

Thursday, March 15

Friday, March 30

Thursday, March 15

Thursday, March 29

Friday, April 13

Annual Budget Information:

  • Monday, March 12, 2012: Workshop on How to Write the Annual Budget Request
  • Monday, March 26, 2012: 15 Copies of the ABR are due by 4:30 p.m. in the Student Programming Center, 307 Union Building.
  • If your student organization is eligible to submit the Annual Budget Request you will be contacted.

Questions or concerns please contact:

Chris Kazmierczak, Director of the Student Programming Center, Student Programming Center- 307 Union Building (215) 951-5044/ kazmierc@lasalle.edu

Peter Lafferty, Coordinator for Leadership Development Community Development Office- 304 Union(215) 951-1669/ lafferty@lasalle.edu