It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Office of Student Activities, your gateway to social activities, programs, and events that are geared to enhance your education and fulfill your inner need to be active in the community. We accommodate over 300 student organizations that encompass themes such as advocacy, governance, media, culture, religious, service, art & entertainment, and more. We produce Traditional events such as the Pulse Performing Arts Series, Orange After Dark, Homecoming, Winter Carnival, and Senior Celebration.
Our office includes staff experienced and ready to get you involved and nurture your talents that make you who you are, and direct you to where you want to go. We provide consultation, resources, and a safe environment for open and inclusive conversation. Most importantly, it is our responsibility to take learning beyond the classroom and encourage growth with activism, advocacy, leadership, team-building, and community awareness.
The Office of Student Activities also coordinates the Student Leadership Institute that was created to cultivate and support those students interested in motivating and leading others while at Syracuse University and beyond. The program will comprise of an annual retreat, programming, community service, one-on-one mentoring, and the opportunity to enhance academic accomplishments.
To find out more about the Office of Student Activities, call us at (315) 443-2718, visit with us in Suite 126 of the Schine Student Center, or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Office of Student Activities Staff
Student Association and the Office of First Year and Transfer Programs (FYTP) are happy to offer shuttle service from campus to the RTC and Hancock Airport on Friday, December 12 and Saturday, December 13. The shuttle picks up on the Waverly side of the Schine Student Center.
Below is the Spring Timeline for the Spring 2015 SA Funding and Space Allocation Process for all undergraduate recognized student organizations
Spring 2015 Student Organization Space Allocation and Budgeting Timeline
*Please review these dates carefully*
February 2-March 4
Students get space/event estimates from SCPS
March 4 Budget packets submitted electronically to SA Comptroller’s Office by 4:30 p.m.
Late submissions will not be accepted!
March 28-March 29
Finance Board budget hearings in SA Office (Schine Student Center)
March 30-April 4
Finance Board deliberations in Schine Student Center
SA Assembly Meeting to vote on budgets
Space allocation begins via SCPS website (on-line calendar)
April 7-April 9 (must be submitted electronically by 4:30pm on April 9)
Appeals accepted electronically to SA Comptroller’s Office
April 10-April 12
Appeals processed, reviewed and deliberated upon by SA Finance Board
SA Assembly Meeting to vote on appeals
All space allocation submissions, due via SCPS website (on-line calendar)
Students learn which venue/space has been confirmed
Any free remaining space on calendar can be reserved on a first come, first served basis
For questions or concerns, please contact Patrick Douglas, SA Comptroller, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The co-curricular fee fund was developed with the Division of Student Affairs to provide financial resources for student-generated initiatives that promote and enhance the out-of-classroom experience for Undergraduate Students. For Division of Student Affairs departmental funding opportunities please refer to the Co-curricular Fee Funding Application for Department Initiatives. To ensure that the co-curricular fee distribution is effective and inclusive, an Advisory Committee of staff and students will review funding requests for all student-generated initiatives submitted. The committee will evaluate applications and make recommendations to the Senior Vice-President and Dean of Student Affairs.
**NEW** The 2014-2015 application will only be accepted through online submission. NO EXCEPTIONS
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