Responsible for distributing funds to over 100 recognized student organizations.
Budgets for the Fall Semester of 2019 will be due on Friday, April 26th. The review process will take place on April 28th - May1st.
Thank you all for your patience as you wait for budgets for the fall semester to be released. We are happy to announce that the Spring 2019 budgets can be viewed here.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out using the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please continually check your emails for further details regarding the budget calculations, event-by-event details and other student organization updates.
All funds not spent by the end of every academic semester will be removed from student organizations accounts. Funds will NOT run over from the Fall to the Spring semester.
If your organization has funding in your account that is not Student Activities Funding, please email email@example.com and let us know the amount so it is not accidentally removed.
Only organizations that have received recognition from DePauw Student Government may apply and receive funding. If your organization loses recognition all funds will be forfeited back to the Student Activity Fund.
- Organizations will lose Student Activity Fee funding if they fail to attend Student Government Assembly meetings.
The Event-By-Event Form is known as a funding request. This request form is located in Campus Labs, under each specific organizations page, or it can be accessed here.
We believe the DePauw University Student Activity Fee should be used to create a campus climate, socially and intellectually, comfortable and advantageous to the entire DePauw community. If you have an event or initiative that you would like to apply for funding for, we encourage you to file an Event-By-Event request.
The Event-by-Event meetings for the semester will be held Sundays at 8:00pm in the Student Organization space, specifically the DSG office.
Event-By-Event meetings are held every Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. in the Student Space.
Procedures for requesting funds from the Idea Fund can be found here.
The purpose of this fund is for independent students that are not affiliated with any organization or campus can share an idea they would like to bring forward to the campus. This idea should have the potential to create a campus climate that is inclusive and beneficial to the campus as a whole.