Student Life Fees
- Student Life Fees must be used in accordance with State, University System, and Dalton State policies.
- The function of the organization and/or department should be in accordance with the mission of Dalton State.
- The organization and/or department must provide programs or services that benefit the student body.
- Applicants should demonstrate campus/community involvement.
- Student organizations requesting funding must be registered with the Office of Student Life prior to their request.
- Student Life Fees must be used by organizations and/or departments to provide recreational, entertaining and/or culturally enriching programs or services which do not solely support academic programs.
- Student Life Fees may not fund scholarships, gifts, fundraising, or political parties.
- Organizations and/or departments may request a one-time allocation to be used for the sole purpose of purchasing items that would not be a part of on-going operations. These funds may not be used for anything other than what is approved. A Request for Funding Form must be submitted in a timely manner to access these funds. Funding is dependent upon availability of funds. Not all requests for money may be approved.
- The Student Life Budget and Fee Committee recommendations will be based on the following criteria:
- Attendance verification and participation at mandatory SGA meetings.
- Quality and completeness of the written proposal.
- How the fees will serve Dalton State students — In general, programs which serve larger numbers of students will receive stronger consideration than those which serve smaller numbers of students. Programs or activities which serve smaller numbers of students should provide exceptional advantages to the College; it is the responsibility of the proposer to make the case for why they should receive consideration.
- For organizations and/or departments who received Student Life Fees for the current year, the Budget Committee will look at how effectively the fees were spent to serve Dalton State students.
- How many students were served by programs and activities?
- What were the benefits of the programs and activities to students?
- How knowledgeable is the presenter about how funds were used?
- Were the funds used as they were approved by last year’s Student Life Budget and Fee Committee?
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