Money available for student activities and projects:
request Services & Activities (S&A) funds now
Who may request funds?
Any WSU Vancouver group, organization or individual may request funds. Recognized student organizations (RSOs) should pursue funding support through ASWSUV except under special circumstances.
What can funds be used for?
These funds are used to support non-academic student activities, programs, and projects on the WSU Vancouver campus (e.g. student government, performances, speakers, services, facilities and equipment for students).
What is the source of the funding?
A portion of WSU Vancouver student tuition is earmarked as "Services & Activities (S&A) Fees." For the next academic year, the amount anticipated for possible allocation is in excess of $1,500,000.
What is the timeline?
Completed budget request forms must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, March 13, 2015. Please submit completed forms via e-mail to Helen Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public budget hearings will take place at the following times:
Time, date and location to be determined.
|Annual S&A Fees Timeline|
|December 15||Students recommended to Chancellor for approval|
|January||Chancellor approves committee members|
|February||Orientation meetings for the committee|
|Late February||Call for budget proposals. Deadline 5 p.m. March 13, 2015.|
|Late March||Budget Hearings and Committee Decisions|
|Early April||Budget recommendations forwarded to Chancellor, President and Board of Regents for Approval|
Budget request forms
- Operating (requests over 10,000) (.xls)
- Operating (requests under 10,000) (PDF) Open with Adobe Reader to enable fillable fields
Services and Activities (S&A) fees information and committee
Services and Activities fees are one component of the total tuition and fees that students pay. S&A fees can only be used to support non-academic activities, events, facilities/equipment, and programming.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Spending Your S&A Fee Allocation (PDF)
- Student Committee Chair - Job Description