1 Dean s Funding Training Engineering Student Organizations
2 Agenda Introductions USE Goals Dean s Funding Dean s Funding Proposal Dean s Funding Requirements Other funding opportunities
3 Academic and Student Affairs-Undergraduate Student Engagement Involve and empower students to shape the learning experience Provide opportunities for students to get involved in activities and succeed Help students find their passion Help shape future plans
4 Things to Consider What is the organization s financial status? Where did the organization get money from last year? Did the organization apply for funding (USG or Dean s Funding) and receive it last year? Is the organization going to apply for funding this year? Did the organization get corporate donations last year and are any expected for this year? Which fundraisers worked? Which didn t? If the club has a bank account, who has access? Remember to submit a change of officer form with your bank. Does the advisor receive bank statements? Source: Tempe SORC Handbook
5 Types of Funding Dean s Funding USG Funding Corporation donations Individual donations Other
6 Reasons ESOs rock Gain leadership skills, networking experience, outreach to the community, budgeting skills, and meet friends with similar interests Promote your stories awards, achievements, events Stay connected to Engineering by joining a community Learn professional development skills
7 Dean s Funding-Budget The Dean s Office is the funding source The Undergraduate Student Engagement office makes a request for funding in Spring for the next fiscal year Amount varies per year, but has been steadily increasing ESO funding has been a Dean s priority Budget is used for Dean s Funding and ESO events, activities, and supplies
8 What is Eligible for Dean s Funding? Events and Activities that: Bring prestige and recognition to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Encourage faculty/student/professional organization interaction, and/or Enhance the engineering education of students
9 Examples Funded Food for networking event that includes industry and/or faculty Transportation to a company for a tour Travel to a competition/conference to present or compete Materials and supplies for competitions or K-12 outreach programs Not Funded Org t-shirts Food for general body meetings Laptops Promotional items Travel to conference
10 Is this eligible? Tubing, o-rings, and compression fittings to build a rocket to go to competition. Yes! These items are used to build a rocket for a team to compete, which brings prestige and recognition to ASU and helps support the engineering education of team members.
11 Is this acceptable? Honorarium for industry speaker. Yes! This expands the engineering education of students and promotes networking between industry and students.
12 How about this? Candy for Passport to ASU. No this event is not focused on bringing prestige and recognition to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering; networking between students, faculty, industry, or on engineering education
13 What about this? Mileage to attend Regional Conference. No this can only include travel to present or compete at a conference or to compete at a competition to bring prestige and recognition to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. General attendance at a conference is not funded.
14 How about this? Lego Mindstorms kits to use at K-12 outreach events.. Yes! These kits will help prepare an activity to get children interested in careers in science, technology, engineering, and math and gives back to the community.
15 What about this event? Food for student/faculty mixer. Yes! This event encourages faculty and students to engage and network.
16 What about this one? Camera to take pictures at events. No this purchase is not for an activity focused on bringing prestige and recognition to ASU; networking between students, faculty, industry, or on engineering education. Expensive equipment that is easily lost are not typically funded.
17 Dean s Funding Proposals Two application periods - Fall and Spring Organizations must be registered through ASU s Student Organization Support and be registered as an Engineering Student Organization ESOs cannot be deficient from a prior semester. Deficiencies include: Less than 10 Dean s Funding points Not submitting a final report by the deadline Not notifying Undergraduate Student Engagement if reneging award Proposal due second week of classes Proposals must be submitted by the deadline Maximum of $2000 per ESO Funding is competitive
18 Dean s Funding Proposal Information Executive Board information Member List Name ASU ID Major (60% or higher engineering students) Undergraduate or Graduate student ESO Faculty Advisor Dean s Funding Approval form Completed funding proposal template
19 Dean s Funding Proposal Template Organization Description Semester Goals Overall Budget Request Funding Sources/Fundraising Plans Expense #1 Project/Activity Description Impact of Funding Evaluation Methods Expense #2 Project/Activity Description Impact of Funding Evaluation Methods
20 Overall Budget Request Template Dean s Funding Overall Budget Request Expense Item # Expense Item Name Total Expenses Expense
21 Overall Budget Request Dean s Funding Overall Budget Request Expense Item # Expense Item Name Expense 1 Dinner with the Professors $360 2 K-12 Outreach Activity $175 3 Industry Info Session & Mixer $ Total Expenses $1535
22 Budget Expense #1 Template Expense #1 (Expense Title) Line Item # Line Item Name Expense Total Expense
23 Budget Expense #1 Expense #1 Dinner with the Professors Line Item # Line Item Name Expense 1 Chips, buns, burgers, brownies $300 2 Soda, water $ Total Expense $360
24 Budget Expense #2 Expense #2 K-12 Outreach Activity Line Item # Line Item Name Expense 1 Piezo Popper Kit $10 Magnets used for superconductor, paramagnetic graphite demo, 2 and water dipole $35 3 Paramagnetic graphite $30 Gallium to show corrosion in aluminum and can be used in 4 thermal demos $100 Total Expense $175
25 Budget Expense #3 Expense #3 Industry Info Session & Mixer Line Item # Line Item Name Expense 1 University Club room rental $150 2 Appetizers $550 3 Speaker honorarium $300 4 Total Expense $1000
26 Project /Activities: Dos Describe how it meets the FSE requirements Be specific Describe what you have planned so far List confirmed and tentative dates
27 Project/Activities Example #1: Dinner with the Professors Our organization plans to host a large faculty-student mixer on October 5, Students will not only have the opportunity to interact with faculty members, but will also be able to enhance their engineering education. By conversing with faculty, they will be exposed to various research areas the professors work in and could learn of research positions in the faculty s lab. Additionally, they will have more experience in approaching and talking to professionals, which is critical in the student s career.
28 Project/Activities Example #2: K-12 Outreach Activity This outreach activity is meant to trigger the curiosity of younger audiences and educate them through meaningful and fun visual experiments. Magnets and graphite are used to better explain superconductivity, and Gallium is used to demonstrate corrosion. We plan to present these activities to five local middle schools, including (list schools).
29 Project/Activities Example #3: Industry Speaker In collaboration with our local chapter, we will be hosting Mr. Smith, a lead engineer in Aircraft Configuration Design for the Boeing Company. In addition, local professionals will be in attendance. After networking and dinner, Mr. Smith will give a presentation on current challenges facing the airline industry. There will be an opportunity to ask questions about the presentation and the speaker s experience in industry.
30 Project /Activities: Don ts List requests for events/activities that we don t fund List events/activities that occur outside of the semester calendar preparation for those activities is acceptable (such as preparing an aircraft for competition next semester) Assume we have a prior knowledge of your event/activity
31 Impact of Funding Why is this event/activity important? How many people will the event/activity impact? Is there a lasting impact?
32 Evaluation Methods How will you determine if your event is a success? Will you be surveying your students or your event attendees? What are you goals for attendance? (i.e. expect over 15 faculty and 30 students to attend) List number of K-12 visits and students you plan to provide outreach to Keep track and provide quantifiable data for the final report
33 Proposal timeline Proposals due January 22 at noon to the online portal At the time of submission, sign up for an interview time with the review committee The Engineering Student Council will notify you of the funding decision Agreements must be submitted by deadline to the Undergraduate Student Engagement office you will either accept or reject the award Funds will then be transferred to your account or the general student organization account
34 During the semester Funded organizations will work with Cortney Loui to submit funds requests and reimbursements Organization must exhibit and/or help out at Dean s office and/or Engineering Student Council events to earn Dean s Funding points Organizations will send representatives to bi-weekly Engineering Student Council meetings to remain informed of opportunities Organizations must submit funds requests/reimbursements by the May 9 deadline Organizations must submit their Dean s Funding Final Report by the May 12 deadline
35 Earning Dean s Funding Points Volunteer for events sponsored by Engineering Dean s Office Undergraduate Student Engagement Engineering Student Council. Events not sponsored by these entities are ineligible for fulfilling Dean s Funding requirements. Weighted points system Orgs must earn 10 Dean s Funding points The organization minimum is equal to 10% of the organization s active membership, with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 Based off of the time spent volunteering, number of representatives (in proportion to the org s minimum) and the nature of the event
36 Reporting Dean s Funding Points Was the event sponsored and run by the Engineering Student Council? 1. Fill out the online form Was the event sponsored by the Dean s Office (e.g. Engineering Career Fairs, FURI, and MESA events)? 1. Fill out the online form 2. Submit a signed paper copy of the event form to Engineering Student Council in ECF 130
37 Dean s Funding Forms Deadlines Dean s Funding Forms for the month must be submitted by the end of each month in order to receive the points for events during that time period Mark your calendars! February 28: January and February forms due March 29: March forms due May 2: April and May forms due
38 Dean s Funding Final Report Description of what the funds were used for Assessment on how the ESO met their semester goals List the Dean s office/esc events the ESO participated in and what was gained List overall budget allocation Project/Activity Assessment Provide a detailed expense report on each funded item Describe each project/activity and lessons learned Describe how the organization benefited/what was the impact? Include quantifiable data for competitions, events, activities, such as attendance numbers, competition results, survey results, fundraiser success, etc.
39 Dean s Funding-Important Tips Remember every expense is charged an 8.5% Administrative Service Charge Left over Dean s Funding will be taken out of your on-campus account at the end of the semester. It is important to keep records of your Dean s Funding purchases for your final report. Your agreement has more instructions on what is required for the final report. The student org must volunteer to assist with Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Dean s Office and/or Engineering Student Council Events for a total of 10 Dean s Funding points Failure to meet any of these requirements will result in being ineligible for Dean s Funding in the following semester.
40 Apply for Dean s Funding Deadline January 22 at noon Apply now!
41 Undergraduate Student Government Funding USG has funding for organizations registered through ASU s Student Organization Support Two appropriations cycles per year Does not fund: awards, capital goods/equipment, office supplies Does fund: travel (2 people per year), food ($300 Fall/Spring, $100 Summer/Winter), t-shirts (up to $500 per year) Next deadline: February 4, 2014 See:
42 Donations Corporate or individual Larger donations should be managed by the Fulton Development/ASU Foundation offices Some donations are restricted and others are unrestricted Each donation requires a donation letter or (stating name, company, amount, and what funds can be used for)
43 Other Sources of Funding Dues National organization Fundraisers (i.e. restaurant partnerships, book sale, garage sale, etc.)
44 Our Role Provide professional development training We help track your purchases that utilize your account We train you on ASU policies and procedures ESO Policies and Procedures Manual Treasurer Training We are here to help you!
45 Visit us in ECF 130 Amy Sever Associate Director-Undergraduate Student Engagement Cortney Loui Coordinator-Undergraduate Student Engagement Gabby Maestas Fulton Schools of Engineering Student Council President
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