Most COSO organizations receive the bulk of their funding from COSO, by submitting applications for funds for specific events. COSO also provides "discretionary funds" each term for organizations that attend the once-per-term COSO Big Policy Meeting. There is also an additional $100 "discretionary funds" available each fall term for recruitment funding. If your organization is self-supporting, your funding will come from payments for the services your organization provides. For example, A Capella performing groups receive payments for performances and CD sales.
If your organization is a class council, your funding will come from the Class Dues Fee your class members pay their freshman year. You will also receive a Student Activities Fee allocation from the Undergraduate Finance Committee, and you might raise more money from fundraising activities.
Collis Governing Board, COSO, Council on Class Officers, SPEC, and Student Assembly receive an annual budget from the UFC (Undergraduate Finance Committee).
Bring cash and/or checks designated for your organization to 301C Collis preferably on the same business day as received, but no later than 2 business days after receipt. Attach the Deposit Slip for Cash and Checks form.