Funding Rules and Guidelines

STEPS FOR FUNDING  

  1. If applicable, make sure there is space for your event or meeting. You may check with George Saad in student Leadership & Involvement at saadg@newschool.edu

  2. Fill out the procurement Google Form, create a slideshow or presentation, and articulate a highly itemized budget. Proposals missing any of these elements will not be accepted.

    1. Google Form

    2. Example Presentation

    3. Example Highly Itemized Budget

  3. Once you have submitted the Google Form, email your presentation and highly itemized budget to uss@newschool.edu with your event date and the date of the meeting you would like to present at.

  4. The USS will confirm your proposal date and your presentation number. Please be in Room 304 of the University Center no later than 5:55pm. 

  5. Each individual or group will present and the USS will deliberate on all proposals afterwards. If you choose to stay for the deliberation, we will deliberate on your proposal first so that you may hear the decision. If you cannot stay, we will email you the decision before Monday morning. 

  6. Funded individuals and groups must complete the executive summary form: https://goo.gl/forms/njClILXGUjmeJ62C3


QUICK FACTS

  1. Proposals are on a first come first serve basis. Those who are first to email their three documents will be added to the agenda. 

  2. Proposals must be submitted at least 48 hours before the meeting. 

  3. Presentations are maximum of four minutes with one minute of questions from Senators.

  4. Only proposals that follow the guidelines listed above are eligible to be presented to the USS at funding meetings. Please make sure to read this page thoroughly and contact your USS representatives if you have any questions. You may find a list of all the representatives here.  

  5. For further reading on USS funding rules, guidelines, and procurement processing, please see the document below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d1AUa7ASnxZC9Ru8EHHkxmvaqHuu5dDV1eYLJRX2mxk/edit

*Note: Funding Guidelines have been updated as of October 2018. Please review carefully.