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2016-2017 A & S Budget Applications
The Office of Student Involvement (located in Cohen Center 258A) will be accepting Student Organization and Campus Department Annual Budget Applications for 2016-2017 beginning on Monday, September 28, 2015 at 8am through Friday, October 2, 2015 at 12pm (noon). No Budget Applications will be accepted after the Noon deadline on Friday, October 2. You will need to schedule your Budget Hearing when you turn in your budget.
Please remember that the Annual Budget Application must be printed out and handed in as a hard copy to the front desk in the Office of Student Involvement. Please be sure the signed Statement of Understanding (Finance Code Appendix) is attached to the back of your application.
Prior to your scheduled budget hearing, please be sure you are familiar with the Finance Code, paying special attention to Chapter 213, Prohibited Expenditures.
If you have any questions regarding the Annual Budget Process, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Government Senate Appropriations Chair
Florida Gulf Coast University
The mission of the Student Government is to provide an intellectual, social, and cultural environment that maximizes student potential and enhances student success. The purpose of Student Government is to provide equal representation for all students at Florida Gulf Coast University. Students needs rather than institutional preference determine priorities for academic planning, policies, and programs. Student Government will serve as an institutional resource to further the development of the student as a contributing member of the community. Student Government will serve as a bridge between all aspects of Florida Gulf Coast University and the Student Body. In order to establish such partnerships, Student Government is committed to maintaining high levels of communication between the student body, faculty, staff, and the community. Student Government will act as the official voice, through which student opinion may be expressed, thus producing students engaged in both university activities and community affairs.