Helpful forms for student groups and organizations. Got a question about them? Contact us at the Office of Student Activities.
This form is required of all active organizations and lists current officers and advisor.
This form is used to request funds for a specific event/project that was not included in the organization’s current budget allocation.
This form is used by student organizations to request an office of a cabinet in the Student Activities suite. Office application are only taken at the end of the academic year. Cabinet applications can be submitted at any time if there is space available.
This form is used to request Table Tents in the commons. The flyers need to be brought up to the Office of Student Activities five days prior to the date needed.
This form is used to request a Banner to be made and hung in the McCombs campus center. The original needs to be brought to the Office of Student Activities five days prior to the date needed.
This form is used to add an event to the Student Organization Calendar in the Commons and the Student Activities website. Please return this form to the Office of Student Activities.
The purpose of the Community Chest Fund is to provide opportunities for registered student organizations at Southwestern University to offer campus-wide programs. The Community Chest encourages SU students to “think big” by supporting programs that cannot be executed with the money available from the fees and allocation process alone. This fund is intended to support events that are engaging, entertaining, interactive and inclusive.
This is an instructional form that offers step-by-step guidance when reserving university spaces for student organization events using the university’s online scheduling system.
Form must be returned to the Office of Student Activities two weeks prior to the event. Within two weeks after the event, please submit all receipts and final budget showing expenses and profit paid to the charity, attendance, and evaluation of the event.
This pre-event guide is designed as a tool to help plan, organize and hold a successful event while minimizing organizational risk.