ASMSU Student Allocations Board provides funding for Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) as well as groups part of the Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES) and Council of Progressive Students (COPS). RSOs are eligible to receive up to $4500 in funding through a reimbursement process once each academic year.. Groups can apply for funding for a wide variety of projects including speakers, conferences, and educational programming events.
The Student Allocation Board meets weekly, with meetings held on Tuesday Evenings from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Weekly meetings are held in the ASMSU Conference Room located in room 328 of the Student Services building. Student groups will be heard on a first-come, first-serve basis, based on the date their application was submitted and processed.
ASMSU Student Allocations Board is sponsored by the MSU undergraduate student tax collected by ASMSU.
To become a member of the Student Allocations Board, please fill out the application below.
For more information, please contact Vice President for Student Allocations Stephen C. Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spartan Solutions: RSO Consulting
Spartan Solutions: RSO Consulting is a free service provided to all on-campus student groups. They can help you create and polish your presentation for funding, understand how to hold an event on campus as well an offer advice on running a successful group.
Among their services they offer:
Effective Meeting Training
Student Allocations Funding Preparations
RSO Consulting aims to ensure the continued success of student groups on campus by empowering them to reach their full potential.
For more information, please contact RSO Consultant Manager Makenzie M. Bosworth at email@example.com
The Research Fund
The Research Fund is designated to award monetary support to undergraduate students to present and travel to eligible events. This fund seeks to enhance the individual student’s educational interests in relation to their major or minor.
Funding will only be granted for an eligible research interest event, which includes but not limited to a conference, educational workshop, forum, symposium, or scholarly competition that enhances an undergraduate student’s education. Students may receive funding either if they are presenting or attending such events.
Eligible expenses funding will cover include: conference registration, travel, lodging, and materials needed for presentation.
For more information, please contact the Vice President for Student Allocations at firstname.lastname@example.org