Let your imagination go wild. The committee will review any reasonable requests for FUN, up to $200 per application. That means ballet performances, day trips, amusement parks, plays, concerts, bowling, dinner out, movies, mini golf, sporting events, museums, tours, cultural events… the possibilities are endless. Please remember that the committee is more likely to fund weekend events over weekday and only funds events that take place during the regular academic year (not during finals or over breaks).
Don't let that stop you from applying. Plug a tentative date into the application. Then, in the section "additional comments," please let us know the date is tentative and you do at least have some alternate date or a tentative week in mind. We do ask that for FUN to be approved, you narrow down your time frame to a 2-3 specific dates (e.g. If you are trying to get tickets to a performance or game and are not sure which date you'll end up with). Once you have the specific date, or if you need to change the date that you originally were approved for, you should notify Kelly Fitzgerald so that she knows when to expect your receipts.
We ask that applications be submitted at least 3 weeks prior to your FUN event so that we can review applications. The FUN Fund Committee will typically meet twice a month to review applications. Once the committee has met, you should receive and email with their decision within 2-3 business days.
Right now, we are only accepting one application, up to $200, for each FUN activity, regardless how many students are involved.
No. The purpose of the FUN Fund is to promote participation and accessibility of non-alcohol related activities among students. Applications that include alcohol will not be approved and receipts that include alcohol in expenses cannot be reimbursed. If there is reason to believe that alcohol was consumed in conjunction with a FUN activity, the FUN Fund Grant will be revoked.
Be sure to save your receipts and submit a reimbursement form!