Parent Organization: Special Interest
WE ARE HERE TO SUPPORT YOUR EVENT, ACTIVITY, TRAVEL, OR PROGRAM!
Planning an event for June, July, August, or September? The application will be available shortly! Apply for funding here: https://www.getinvolved.purdue.edu/form/start/1575
The SOGA Board has as its primary purpose the responsible allocation of funds to student organizations serving students on the West Lafayette campus registered with the Student Activities & Organizations area of the Office of the Dean of Students to support their activities, events, travel, and services. Such activities and events should enhance campus life, allow opportunities for leadership development, promote engagement with the community, and create a forum for the exchange of information and ideas. These funds have been made available annually by the Purdue administration and the Student Activites Fee; and therefore, this initiative should benefit the members of student organizations on the West Lafayette campus and support the mission and strategic plan of Purdue University, West Lafayette.
SUMMER 2013 SOGA APPLICATION: Available soon!
Friday, September 14, 2012 (funding Events October 1, 2012 to February 28, 2013)
Friday, February 8, 2013 (funding Events March 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013)
Friday, April 5, 2013 (funding Events June 1, 2013 through September 30, 2013)
READ THE GUIDELINES FOR MORE INFORMATION! It is your responsibility to read the ENTIRE guidelines before you apply for funding. See below for information about appying for SOGA funds and the allocation process. The Guidelines are located in the Documents tab on the left side of this page.
VIII. APPLYING FOR SOGA FUNDS
A. General Application Guidelines
1. All applications must be complete and submitted by the appropriate deadline.
2. Each RSO is limited to one applications per funding deadline.
1. Application deadlines are posted on the SOGA page on the GetInvolved website (www.getinvolved.purdue.edu).
2. Any application submitted past the deadline for the current grant period will be held until the next grant period.
C. Confirmation of receipt of application will be sent to the RSO by email.
IX. ALLOCATION PROCESS
A. It is the responsibility of the RSO to clearly and thoroughly explain the request on the application. It is also the responsibility of RSO treasurers to answer any inquiries from the SOGA Board in a timely manner. These inquiries will typically be made by email. It is the treasurerâ??s responsibility to check email frequently so prompt answers may be given to the SOGA Board.
B. The SOGA Board will review and discuss each application and decide specific funding allocations.
C. The SOGA Boards recommendation may be in the form of one of the following:
1. Fund the entire amount of the request
2. Deny the entire request
3. Fund a reduced amount of the request
4. Fund with specific restrictions
5. Fund a reduced amount of the request with specific restrictions
D. The SOGA Board will notify RSOs of their funding status via email to the RSOs treasurer and copy BOSO.
E. Only one application may be submitted per RSO per funding period.
Primary Advisor Name
Does the organization have a normal meeting day, time and place?
(i.e. Mondays at 6:30 pm in LWSN 1142)