Special Events Funding

Apply For Special Events Funding

Step 1: Please be sure to contact all necessary parties before applying for funds (i.e., room reservations, contracts with Campus Activities, security with Campus Safety, and consulting fundraising policies, etc.) and keep your advisor informed. You must attend the Student Events Summit before meeting with the Finance Committee for a funding appointment. Email Allis Werkmeister (awerkmeister@coloradocollege.edu) to schedule an Event Summit appointment. ​If your event is over $5,000, you MUST acquire green event certification. Please look over this green events handbook before you go to events summit. Please direct any green events questions to ccsgafincom@gmail.com.

Step 2: Schedule an appointment with the Finance Committee. Please book an appointment for at least two weeks before the date of your proposed event, and four weeks in advance for events over $5,000. Please book an appointment at least 24 hours prior to the meeting time. An appointment takes about 10 minutes. To book an appointment, email b_greenly@coloradocollege.edu.

Please note that CCSGA does not cover reimbursement costs if your event has already taken place.

Step 3: Please fill out this form providing your contact information and basic information about your event:

Step 4: Please write a budget for your event and be as detailed as possible. Break down the cost of each line item. Please share your budget with ccsgafincom@gmail.com prior to your appointment.

Here is a template to help you create your budget. Please open the form, make a copy of the template, fill out this copy and share it with ccsgafincom@gmail.com.

You are now ready to come in for your appointment. Events under $5,000 must only meet with the Finance Committee before receiving their awarded funding amount. For events over $5,000, you must first meet with the Finance Ccommittee, and then also present your event and budget to CCSGA full council, which meets 1-3rd week at 5PM Mountain Time on Thursdays on Zoom.

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