Service & Advocacy Council

Funding Board Selection and Responsibilities

Revised August 2013

The Service and Advocacy Funding Board shall be comprised of
Seven student voting members representing service and advocacy organizations
Funding Board Chair- Student Senate Finance Committee liaison (Non-voting Member)
Funding Board Advisor- Office of Student Life representative (Non-voting Member)

Duties of Funding Board Members
Attend  Service and Advocacy Funding Board meeting.  At the meetings, board members will review all allocations submitted by the organizations of the Service and Advocacy Council  Attend Student Senate sponsored allocations training held each semester
Serve as a resource for Service and Advocacy organizations in the preparation of request
Remain unbiased in reviewing of applications
Encourage co-sponsorship of programs
Maintain regular communication with council advisor and senate liaison
Attend Service and Advocacy Council meetings as available and necessary. Funding Board members may represent their organization at Council meetings.

Funding Board Member Requirements
Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of a 2.0 and maintain that average each semester.
Applicants must be enrolled in six credits or more for Winter and Fall semesters.
Applicants must be able to serve the full appointment/term (check with Council Advisor to clarify term).
Applicants must hold membership in a Service and Advocacy organization that is in good standing and cannot have more than one member of the same registered student organization.
Applicants must be available to attend the Funding Board meetings (cannot be scheduled for a class at the same time). Applicants unavailable for this time will not be considered.

Selection Process
The application process will be on Orgsync.
Funding Board Training will be held on Tuesday September 3 2013 at 4:00pm.
Selection will be run by the Funding Board Chair and Advisor and ratified by Student Senate.

Page last modified August 9, 2013