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Student organizations on campus are funded in a variety of ways. The majority of groups on campus are funded by some combination of department funding (e.g. Chaplaincy, Recreation & Wellness), SOBAC funding, dues or participation fees. 

Organizational Type

Primary Funding Source

Additional Funding Source(s)

Academic and Service Fraternities

Member Dues

Fundraising, Participation Fees

Campus Auxiliary

Departmental Funding (Public Safety)

Fundraising, Participation Fees

General Student Organizations


Member Dues, Participation Fees, Fundraising

Honor Societies

Member Dues

Fundraising, Participation Fees

Religious & Spiritual

Departmental Funding (Chaplaincy)

Fundraising, Participation Fees

Social Sororities & Fraternities

Member Dues

Fundraising, Participation Fees

Sport Clubs

Department Funding (Recreation & Wellness) via Sports Club Council

Member Dues, Fundraising

Additional Funding Opportunities (available to all organizations unless stated otherwise)

  • Education and Awareness Fund (CCE): Support and/or co-sponsor opportunity for student-initiated and student-led programming that contributes to the mission of the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement
  • Gottwald Speakers Board (CSI)
  • Inclusive Community Fund (Common Ground): The Inclusive Community Fund provides resources to students, staff or faculty who have an idea that they believe will help to make our University community more inclusive, or encourage learning across differences.
  • Quigg Award (CSI): The H. Gerald Quigg Student Organization Prize for Philanthropy is a $2500 prize designed to honor student organizations for their noteworthy or exemplary philanthropic work.

For additional information contact:

Vittoria Tripp (General/Greek orgs)

Karen Turner (Sport Clubs)