The SAFAC (Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee) is a part of Student Senate which allocates funds to 90+ student organizations on campus. This committee is comprised of standing members of student senate, the SAFAC funding committee, the Dean of Students, and faculty representatives.
The allocation process occurs during the months of March and April for the following academic year. An invitation to attend the meeting is sent to the registered treasurer or each organization that is on file in the Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement. Each organization is required to send someone to the meeting if they want to go through the allocation process in order to be eligible to receive funding.
All organizations are expected to attend an SAFAC allocation meeting. During this meeting students will be given the allocation packet, and explained the annual process in full detail.
Any questions should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the semester your organization may have the opportunity to cosponsor a program with another organization or come across an idea for a new program and require extra funding. The emergency allocation process is available for organizations that find themselves in these situations where they need additional funds outside of the ordinary allocation process.
If your organization requires emergency funding, please come to the office to receive a copy of the application from Molly Berry. Please note that not all emergency allocation requests will be granted due to the large number of organizations and the limited amount of funds available.