A W9 and ISU's Non-Cash Prize form is required for any prize including Gift Cards
New Club Funding
A club may apply for New Club Funding if they were organized after the Initial Deposit deadline of the previous academic year and have never had the opportunity to apply for an Initial Deposit. Forms may be turned in anytime after the club was organized until the Initial Deposit deadline of the current academic year. Clubs may apply for a maximum of $500.
|Initial Deposit Request Deadline||Requests Approved by Senate|
|March 21, 2019 at 5:00 PM||April 10, 2019|
The CEASAR Funding System is made up of two components:
- Initial Deposits - Clubs may apply each spring semester for $500 to be used for the next school year. They must turn in their application to the Involvement Center (located on the 1st floor of the Student Union Building) by the deadline listed above. The deadline is always the third Thursday in March at 5:00 PM
- Matched Deposits - Clubs can apply for any deposits they make to be matched by ASISU. Requests can be turned in to the Involvement Center at any time throughout the year. Matched deposits will be based on a predetermined ratio and subject to funds available.
|Initial Deposit Request Form||Matched Deposit Request Form|
Clubs may earn money based on attendance at ISU and club events. Funding is requested by filling out and submitting an "Incentive Points Checklist" for each event. Email the form to email@example.com by these deadlines:
- November 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM
- March 30, 2019 at 5:00 PM
For information on qualifying event categories and attendance requirements refer to the Incentive Points Attendance Requirements form.
|Incentive Points Checklist||Incentive Point Requirements|
Clubs that are in good standing and have shown financial stability for at least one year may apply for a fundraising loan of up to $1000.00. Newly-formed organizations may apply for up to $500.00. The club must repay all of the borrowed money within five business days of the fund-raising activity. Requests must be turned in to the Involvement Center and will be voted upon by the Senate-Finance Committee.
Organizations may apply for Contingency Funding by writing a letter describing their request and turning it in at the Involvement Center. This letter must be accompanied by a budget worksheet signed by the ASISU Financial Technician (see link below). The Senate Finance Committee will review the request at the next Finance meeting, and if approved, it will be taken before the ASISU Senate. A 2/3 vote is required in order to be approved. Refer to Article IV Section 3 of the ASISU Bylaws for more information on Contingency Funding.