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  • 1. The Latino Stimulus Plan
    Funding Your Organization
  • 2. Sources of Funding
    Academic Departments
    Provost’s Office
    Office of the Dean of Students
    Program Houses and Residential Houses
    Minority Finance Commission
    SAFC
    Grants
  • 3. Academic Departments
    Academic departments may sponsor student organization activities. Contact the chair of the department from which you are seeking funding.
    Latino Studies Program
    Director: Sofia Villenas (sav33@cornell.edu)
    Program Administrator: Marti Dense (mfd1@cornell.edu)
  • 4. Provost’s Office
    Provost- Kent Fuchsprovost@cornell.edu
    Administrative Manager- Patty Ardpma2@cornell.edu
    Administrative Assistant to the Provost (Provost's Calendar) Christine Heslopclh7@cornell.edu
  • 5. Office of the Dean of Students
    International Student Program Board (ISPB)
    Cornell United Religious Work
    African, Latino, Native American Programming Board (ALANA)
    Haven (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBTQ))
    One Vision, Many Voices
    Peer Educator in Human Relations (PEHR)
    Women’s Resource Center
    WSH Programming Board
  • 6. ISPB
    Awards up to $400 per event
    Deadline: 14 days before event takes place
    Benefits: can be used towards food and re-usable costumes; can apply twice per semester
    Restrictions: event cannot be profited from
  • 7. ALANA
    Two types of funding:
    Co-sponsorship awards up to $700
    Co-partnership awards more than $700, must be planned in conjunction with ALANA e-board and another org
    Deadline:
    2 weeks from co-sponsored events
    4 weeks from co-partnered events
    Benefits: has more money to give away than other sources; advertisement and planning shared responsibilities
    Restrictions: can only apply once per semester for either; new policies being put in place due to budget restraints
  • 8. WSH Student Programming Board
    Awards up to $500 per event
    Deadline: 30 days before event
    Benefits: funds late night events; funds up to 2 events per year
    Restrictions: event must take place in WSH or on Ho Plaza; if publicity is lax, funding will be reduced; preference to free events; no profits can be made
  • 9. Cornell Concert Commission
    Awards up to $500 per event
    Deadline: Three weeks before event
    Benefits: funds musical acts
    Restrictions: must present to the E-board & G-body;
  • 10. MFC
    Awards up to $500 per event
    Deadline: 2 weeks before event
    Benefits: will fund transportation
    Restrictions:
  • 11. CU Tonight
    Awards up to $5,000 per event
    Deadline: Sept. 15 for events occurring this semester after October 15 but before December 4th
    Benefits: designed to fund events for over 250 people
    Restrictions: all paperwork must be completed at time of application submission (i.e. UUP, price quotes, venue RSVP, etc); very competitive and limited funds; only late night events
  • 12. SAFC
    Awards vary for registered student organizations
    Deadlines: For Fall
    Online application due Sept. 11
    Supplemental forms due Sept. 15
    Benefits: funds can be used for entire semester budget; can apply for “Special Project Funding” after deadline; funds can be used for meeting costs, engagement fees up to $3,000, travel expenses to conferences, etc., organization materials that can be re-used or kept on campus for subsequent years
    Restrictions: Greek orgs do not qualify; very early submission deadline
  • 13. Program Houses/Residential Halls
    Program Houses
    Just About Music (JAM)
    Ujamaa Residential College
    Latino Living Center
    Ecology House
    Multicultural Living Learning Unit (McLLU Center)
    Akwe:kon
    Holland International Living Center
    Risley Residential College for Creative and Performing Arts
    The Transfer Center
    Language House and Program
    Residential Houses
    Alice Cook House
    Carl Becker House
  • 14. Grants
    Cornell Council for the Arts
    Community Partnership Board
    James A. Perkins Prize for Racial Understanding & Harmony
    Bartels Award
  • 15. Yeah, but how do we ensure we’re going to get the money?
  • 16. Co-sponsorships
  • 17. Some tips…
    Networking
    Innovation
    Using past successes
    Event Calendar
    Outside of the Latino community…