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Spring 2007 Senate-Approved Appropriations


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Senate approved appropriations:  Table of Contents:                                                        

ORF

Amount requested

Recommended

Approved

ABAE (A bridge to Academic Excellence)

6,133.00

1,500.00

1650

APALSA

285.00

240.00

100

American Medical Women's Association

200.00

No show

0

Childhood Obesity

1,000.00

400.00

475

Christian Med Soc

561.00

306.00

376

FMIG (Family Medicine Interest Group )

300.00

0.00

240

Graduate Student Environmental Action Coalition (GSEAC)

94.00

94.00

94

IMIG (Internal Med Interest Group)

225.00

No show

0

IPMC

1,919.00

941.00

941

ISO (International Student Org)

7,343.00

4,452.00

4652

JLSA

500.00

500.00

500

Med Breakaway

100.00

100.00

100

Med Students for Choice

200.00

No show

0

MPILP (Public Interest)

5,400.00

2,000.00

2000

MSSA (Muslim students and scholars assoc.)

2,930.00

2,150.00

2150

PJS (Project Jump Start)

1,381.00

1,381.00

1381

SNDA (Student National Dental Assoc.)

1,000.00

800.00

800

SHLO (Student Health Law Org)

75.00

No show

0

Global Health SSW PH

500.00

350.00

350

USAD

2000.00

1,800.00

1800

Wing-a-thon KY

1,095.00

455.00

455

31,441.00

17,469.00

18064

General Guidelines:  ACROSS THE BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS:

  1. Most events food costs were capped at $6/student, guest costs were not covered.  Exceptions of  >$6/student were made for large events targeting the entire campus
  2. Did not fund items not essential to the success of an events:
    1. Decorations
    2. Honorariums/gifts
    3. Printing costs
  3. Serving supplies were not covered as they are cheap and often a supply that most groups can access from previous events
  4. Any event held by an organization that holds an event with a limited number of slots (Childhood Obesity, JLSA, KY, IPMC, Med Breakaway, FMIG) must open enrollment to all schools equally.  We recommend that you announce an enrollment date one week prior to the date of enrollment through USGA News so that students from all schools are informed and prepared.   

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:  FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN PENALTIES OR FULL LOSS OF APPROVED FUNDS: THIS IS JUST A SUMMARY.  ALL ORFs ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLYING WITH ALL INFORMATION IN STANDING ORDER 1

  1. USGA funds may not be used for the purchase of alcohol.
  2. Publicizing rules

A.     The USGA must be identified as a sponsor on any and all means of publicizing the co-sponsored event.

B.     The ORF must advertise the event throughout the campus at least two weeks prior to the event (The ORF must utilize the USGANews for advertising their event). Throughout the campus for the purposes of this section means that regardless of advertising format, the advertisement MUST be readable in each school.

  1.  Post event paperwork rules

A.     All organizations must submit the following post event paperwork:  Receipt Itemization Form, Event Summary Form, receipts, and attendance sheet (this sheet must indicate the school that each student attends) within two weeks following the event.

B.     Penalties for failure to comply are outlined below in the USGA Funding Packet, Standing order 1

  1.  The membership and the privileges of all organizations requesting USGA funds shall be open to all students of the University of Maryland, Baltimore equally, without regard to race, national origin, age, gender, handicap, sexual orientation, creed, religion, academic standing, or political affiliation.  Any group violating the aforementioned shall not be eligible for USGA funds.

ORF ALLOCATIONS: 

¯     ABAE:  $1650

     Items covered include:  security, snacks, and transportation

¯     APALSA: $100

     APALSA had trimmed their request for funding of food from $250 to $100 during the presentation meeting due to funds granted by the SBA.  The senate did not fund serving supplies, decorations, or speaker gifts for any organization.  Thus, we granted $100 for food, the maximum allowable per their request.  

¯     COCOP:

     Will support $100 per each event for a total of $400. 

     An additional $75 was approved for field day equipment

¯     Christian Medical Society:  $306

     Funding proposed:

                   Food at $6/UMB student X 40 UMB students = $240

                   $66 for security

¯     FMIG:  $240

     Funds approved for dinner for students not to exceed $6/student

¯     GSEAC = $94

     Funded in full as per their request

¯     IMPC = $941

     Funding proposed:

                   Security at $22/hr X 3 Hr = $66

                   Awards for 1st, 2nd, and  3rd place teams = $875

¯     ISO = $4652 total to be divided as:

¯     ISO World Fest

     As needed for food, sound system, dance lessons, and costume show

¯     IA:  Holi 2007 - $1100

     $1000 for food

     $100 for music equipment, lights, and stage set up (not decorations)

CSSA

¯     Fund: $1192

     For food, Security, and tables and chairs as per their request

¯     JLSA $500

     As per their request

¯     MED BREAKAWAY PROPOSED FUNDING = $100

     For food

¯     MPILP: $2000

     Food:  $1800 ($6/student)

     Security $200

¯     MSSA:  $2150

     To be spent on any item for the spring festival except decorations and paper products

¯     PJS: $1381.40

     Full funding as per their request

¯     SNDA TOTAL UMOJA = $800

     Food $450

     Entertainment $ 300

     Poetry $50

¯     GHSO:  = $350

     For food and beverages

¯     USAD = $1800

     Funded in full as per their request

¯     KY:  $455

     For food

    
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