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 Student Organizations (budget plan) 

 

SPOTLIGHT

ACTION 
Cooperative Activities Office will coordinate spending for the Student Government Association and assess and maintain a balanced spending plan for 65 recognized and funded student organizations. Allocation reports will be updated and utilization percentages will be used in the budgeting process as performance indicators.  Ten-year allocation and spending patterns will be reviewed annually. (SL)

MEASURE 
Number of student organization budgets that balance or are in positive cash flow at the end of the fiscal year. 

BASELINE
Fifty-two student organization budgets were utilized effectively and resulted in a positive cash flow at years end.
(Fall 2003)

UPDATE 
Sixty student organization budgets were utilized effectively and resulted in a positive cash flow at years end.
(Fall 2004) 

UPDATE 
Sixty-two student organization budgets were utilized effectively and resulted in a positive cash flow at year-end, up 3% from last year.
(Fall 2005).

UPDATE 
Sixty-four student organization budges were utilized effectively and resulted in a positive cash flow at year-end, up 3% from last year. 
(Fall 2006).

UPDATE  
Seventy student organization budgets, up 7% from last year, were utilized effectively and resulted in a positive cash flow at year-end.
(Fall 2007)

UPDATE  
Seventy-two student organizations received a 15.8% increase in funding.  They all ended the fiscal year in a positive balance and provided proper accounting.  Since first tracked in 2002, we have experienced an increase of 38.4% in the number of organizations funded. 
(Fall 2008)

UPDATE  
Seventy-eight student organizations were funded for the 2009-10 academic year, compared to 72 last year.  This included nine new groups that had never been funded.  They all ended the fiscal year in a positive balance with proper accounting procedures and within established parameters.  Since first tracked in 2002, a total of 47.3% new organizations have been allocated fee money by Student Government Association and the cooperative activities office. 
(Fall 2009)