Student Group Leaders

Circus Resurgence

Circus Resurgence's booth at the Fall Activities Fair.

Handbook and Registration Form

Download the Student Activities Handbook (PDF).

Club leadership, please complete this Student Leadership form (login required). This registration form collects your contact information and the club's establishing details.

Student Leadership Activity Reports (SLAR)

The SLAR is required for all groups that receive S&A Board funding. All coordinators in the group must participate in reporting, either by listing their names collectively or by submitting separate reports. Reports are due once per quarter.

Complete your report now (login required).

Deadlines and Paydays

If you receive a learning allotment and complete your reports by the deadline, your check or direct deposit will be available on the pay dates below. If you miss the deadlines, your checks will be delayed.

Reporting Period SLAR Due to Student Activities Check Available (learning allotment)
Fall 2022 October 31 November 10
Winter 2023 February 10 February 25
Spring 2023 April 30 May 10
Summer 2023 July 28 August 10

Available resources


Student Activities staff is here to help you make the most of your budget. As you are preparing to write your budget, make sure that what the RSO wishes to purchase fits in line with its awarded budget, the Student Covenant, the RSO mission statement, and works within the framework of state law.

If you want to request money from the S&A Board, you'll need to write a budget proposal. Start by talking to your advisor.

Start Up budget

This budget is intended to aid new RSOs and returning RSOs who do not already have S&A Board funding. Remember that the amount of funding is limited, and this program may end at any time throughout the year. Receiving a start-up budget does not qualify a group as a "funded" group from the point of view of Event Planning

Special Initiative budget

Available in Winter Quarter until the pot of money runs out, the Special Initiative budget is available for events, emerging groups, and supplements the needs of the student groups beyond the Operational Budget cycle.

Operational budget

These budgets are written and submitted at the end of the previous year's Winter Quarter for the operational expenses of the following year; this includes Summer and Fall Quarter events.


Physical equipment

Clubs are able to check out various types of equipment from the Student Activities office.

Items for promotion: poster paper, art supplies, sandwich boards, a button maker!

Items for organizing: paper of all sizes, whiteboards, binders, a cubicle workstation, and a button maker!

The Outdoor Program

The Outdoor Program gets the word out to gain more members, and just has some fun in the sun.