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Using Student Life Funds

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Roger Johnson, Lake Superior College Director of Student Life and Matt Rubel

Roger Johnson, Lake Superior College Director of Student Life and Matt Rubel

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  • 1. Use of Student Life Funds Roger Johnson Matt Rubel
  • 2. Spending Guidelines First we need to find out what are the guidelines… 1. MN State Statues 2. MnSCU Policies 3. General Guidelines, which are a combination of both MnSCU understandings and local campus interpretations
  • 3. Number One Student life funds shall not be used for the purchase of alcohol
  • 4. Number Two Student life fees shall not be used as donations to college or university foundations or to other external charitable organizations
  • 5. Number Three Student life fees shall not be used to provide individual scholarships or grants
  • 6. What about Civic Engagement? Student Life fees shall not be used to promote or support political parties or individual candidates for public office
  • 7. So What Can I Do? IT DEPENDS
  • 8. General Rule Student organizations may use their allotted funds for expenditures that are in accordance with the club’s mission that do not conflict with any state statutes, policies, or procedures
  • 9. General Understandings – Personal dues or memberships fees are not allowed. Student organization dues to a parent organization may be allowed. – Personal recreation equipment rental or purchase. – Items that are for personal use. – Expenses during travel status which would be considered recreational
  • 10. General Guidelines • Benefit to the student body • Foster a College Community • Provide support for speakers, events and programs • Provide support for student leadership development that also provides a benefit to the student body
  • 11. What About…….

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