Necessary when requesting funding for an event (FAO) or for a conference, registration or travel (CRT).
The first part of the event planning process, done on the OSI website to confirm a location for your event.
A web-based user centered platform to promote student involvement, engagement and organization management.
Consider what has been done before, ways to improve upon it, or try to devise a new plan. Think of what offices and departments to contact to monitor necessary reservations.
Delegate tasks, contact departments, submit forms, complete trainings, and keep others informed of the progress and process to meet these by their deadlines.
This includes date, time, location, entertainment, food, decorations, publicity
Submit this at least 15 days before your event, just after booking a location and developing a program agenda.
Confirm availability of speakers, performers, and film showing permissions, and be prepared to aid in accomodation of these if applicable.
Fill this out with an expense sheet prior to planning a program or event.
Must complete this by July 1st each year in order to receive SGA funds
Necessary when requesting more than $1000 for an event (FAO) or more than $2500 - $4000 for a conference, registration and or travel (CRT).
To receive this, complete registration with OSI, financial training, submit a bill or allocation form, attend the committee meeting, attend the senate meeting if necessary, and meet with an A&SF accountant
Housed under the Office of Student Involvement as part of the Activity & Service Fee funded entities at the University of Central Florida
Records and summarizes business and financial transactions and analyzes, verifies, and reports the results
KORT allows you to submit this form to gain access to placing funds in your account balance
Use this to keep in mind of deadlines for funding, venue reservations, etc.
Keeping everyone up-to-date with project status
Assigning duties for your officers, committee members, and or volunteers when planning events.
SGA facilitates funding for travel, lodging, and registration
KnightQuest facilitates you getting connected and involved on campus
Thinking about possible courses of action or suggestions for new programming
Actively participating in student activities, clubs, events, conferences, etc.
Must meet University standards and utilize mediums available for dissemination of information for upcoming events
Identifying potential hazards to the general public and developing a contingency plan
Needed for SGA Funding Requests (allocation/bill) and Activity & Service Fee Purchase Request Forms (PRF)
Must complete RSO training to have access to funding, facilities, and resources
Required for all RSOs at the start of each fiscal year (July 1st)
Opportunities for RSOs to promote their club and recruit new members through the Student Union, Get Involved socials, Opening Knight, and Club Showcase
Any student association, group, or organization that is eligible for active registration with the Office of Student Involvement
Any act or event conducted for the purpose of financial or commercial gain to the vendor, individual(s) or organization(s). It is not allowed without prior institutional approval.
When planning an event, check for conflict with other university programs and or events, making sure to submit necessary paperwork for event and funding approval ahead of time