The Student Development Funding Committee is a team of undergraduate and graduate students who review proposals of registered student organizations and individuals applying for the Student Organization
Grant (SOG) and the Undergraduate Educational Enhancement Grant (UEEG). The committee members are trained in all approval guidelines, provided an unbiased perspective, and promote the ethical use of student activity fees.
Responsibilities and Expectations:
- Serve as a student representative on the Student Development Funding Committee (SDFC).
- Members of the SDFC are expected to remain in good standing with all federal, state, and local laws as well as all university policies and standards.
- Members of the SDFC are expected to participate in all mandatory training and professional development
deemed necessary by the university.
- Members of the SDFC must conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.
- Uphold the policies and procedures of Indiana University found under University Policies.
- Honor confidentiality of information disclosed.
- Set aside personal and/or organizational perspective in order to establish fair and equitable decision making.
- Members of the SDFC who fail to meet the requirements of their appointment may result in the removal from the committee by the advisor.
- Weekly student group meetings with designated advisor.
- Be enrolled as full-time student at IUPUI.
- Basic knowledge of SOG & UEEG
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Strong work ethic with great attention to details.
- Good time management skills.
Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA and be in good academic and personal misconduct standing at the time of application and those hired
must maintain this standing throughout the term of appointment. Undergraduate candidates must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and graduate/professional candidates must be enrolled in at least 8 hours.
Terms of Service: All
members regardless of hiring date will be in the role until May 1st, 2020.
Time Commitment: Members of the Committee are required to attend training before being eligible to be a part of the decision making process. Student members should expect to be able to commit a minimum of two hours per week. Campus Center
& Student Experiences attempts to conduct all scheduled meetings between the hours of 8 AM-5 PM, Monday through Friday.
- Applications will be accepted throughout the year.
- Interviews: All interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis until all slots are filled for 2019-2020.
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