Student Government Funding is not mandatory for any Registered Student Organization, but if an
RSO would like funding, they can use
this page to understand that whats and hows of the club funding process, as
well as download any necessary forms and documents.
For a quick look at what steps need to be taken to receive club
funding, check out this registration checklist.
These forms and documents explain how the club funding
process works, and what clubs need to do to access funds.
Club Funding Video
This video explains how to gain access to a SG Account for
funding, how to access funding once you’ve got it, and what/when you
can/cannot use funding on. We
recommend watching this video before taking the Club Funding Quiz.
Club Funding Flowchart
This flowchart explains how to access club funding once
you’ve been granted a SG Account
These forms and documents are necessary to access a club’s
SG Account Balance
Use this electronic form to request your SG Account balance.
Use this form to access the funds currently in your SG
Budget Boost/Transfer Request
Use this form to request additional funds into your SG
Account, or to transfer between line-items (if your club is budgeted by
line-item). If additional funds are granted, a club will still need to access
them with a Purchase/Reimbursement Request.
This form verifies that a club’s leadership has read the
RSO handbook, and Titles VIII and XI of the Student Government Constitution.
It is also used to check signatures on financial forms. It must be updated if leadership is updated.
Club Funding Quiz
This is a link to the funding quiz on blackboard. Only the
president and treasurer are required to pass this quiz before a club can
access its SG account. Make sure you are logged into blackboard before clicking this link.
This is a list of UNF approved vendors – for ordering any
type of marketing/graphic.
Clubs can download and fill out this tracker to better manage
Clubs have the option to open their own bank account (totally
separate from Student Government). If a club decides to do this, they will
have to create an Employee Identification Number with the IRS. This How-To is
a suggestive guide of how to create an EIN.
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