More than 100 student groups on campus are registered with the Student Government Association, which is the official student governing body at Penn State Behrend. These groups include academic organizations, student life groups, sports and outdoor clubs, arts and recreational groups, political action groups and fraternities and sororities. These organizations provide students with a myriad of involvement opportunities and the chance to interact with others who share a similar interest.
This web page has been created to provide the tools that members and officers of organizations need to have a successfully run student group. Additional forms can be found on OrgSync.
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This is the information you need if you're interested in starting a new club on campus. To learn more, please visit the Office of Student Activities to meet with the SGA Secretary.
This form should be completed each year. Once signatures have been obtained from your advisor and his/her supervisor, please return the form to the Assistant Director of Clubs and Organizations in the Office of Student Activities.
Treaury training is mandatory for all club presidents and treasurers. It is strongly encouraged for all other officers and event planners. The online version is for students who have attended group training in the past.
OrgSync training is mandatory for all club presidents and secretaries. It is strongly encouraged for all members.
This form will allow your club to request Student Government Association money for equipment and events that are open to all students. Deadlines for 2013/2014 are: September 5, October 3, November 7, January 16, February 6, and March 6. Proposals for Fall 2014 programs are due April 10.
This form will allow your club to request Student Activity Fee funding for equipment and events that are open to all students. Deadlines for 2013/2014 are: September 10, October 8, November 12, and January 28. Proposals for Summer/Fall 2014 programs are due March 21.
This form should be used any time a club would like to spend money from their non-allocated account or from SGA allocations. Students may print this document and return it to the RUB Information Desk or they may submit it electronically via OrgSync.
This form will allow your organization to appeal funding a funding decision made by the SGA budget committee. Forms are due to the SGA Secretary no later than 4:00 pm. on the Wednesday on which the Senate is expected to vote.
Should your organization wish to spend SGA allocated funds on something other than the originally intended purpose, this form is required. It should be returned to the SGA Secretary no later than 4:00 p.m. on the Wednesday on which the Senate is expected to vote.
Complete this form and bring it to the RUB Information Desk along with your deposit.
This OrgSync form will allow you to create your own quote for standard Housing & Food Service menu items. Quotes for items not appearing on this document should be obtained from the Catering staff no less than one week before an SGA or SAF proposal deadline.
This mileage estimator will allow you to create your own quote for travel with personal vehicles. Please note that these estimates may not be used in conjunction with quotes for rental cars.
This form must be completed at least three days prior to any travel on a student organization-sponsored trip taking place outside Erie County. This includes programs sponsored by SGA, SAF, and/or club non-allocated funds.
Students traveling outside Erie County for an overnight club or University event are required to complete this document and return it to the Office of Student Activities.
These are the charter bus lines that are approved to provide transportation for University events. The most commonly used companies at the Behrend campus are Coach USA and First Student.
This slide show will discuss some of the steps involved in requesting funding, planning, and implementing a program or event.
These are the caterers (in addition to Housing & Food Services) that are approved to provide food for University events. This page also includes directions for adding a caterer to the approved list.
These are the vendors that are approved to provide carnival-type entertainment for University events. Depending on the type of event, it may be possible for other artists to be used. Check with the Office of Student Activities when planning your event.
The Drawing Board, which is Behrend's publicity room, is located in Reed 10H. The staff of the Drawing Board is available to assist students with a variety of media projects - both print and digital. Please check the link for their hours of operation, price list, and contact information.
This handbook outlines the most current policies and rules currently in effect. Questions about this information should be referred to the Student Activities Office in Reed 27.
This document will outline the approved areas for posting your event publicity. Questions about this policy should be directed to Student Activities.
Leadership Unlimited is available to help student organizations with a variety of issues such as: teambuilding, officer transition, climate assessments, etc. This link can be used to learn more about Leadership Unlimited and to request services.
This page will give you more information about the Student Activity Fee including: deadlines, proposal forms, committee contact information, and more.
These pages will give all club officers "to do list" information needed throughout the year.
These calendars will give you information about certain dates for trainings, registrations, deadlines, and more.
These pages will explain to you how to upload an event to the OrgSync Calendar and why it is important that you do.
This page will explain how to create and submit content requests for digital signage.