Reserve Fund Request Form

Please complete the attached form and submit it, including a summary of the request.

It is strongly suggested that 1 or 2 club members and an advisor attend the Allocations Committee meeting to present the proposal (4-5 minutes) and respond to any questions the committee members may have regarding the group’s proposal. Committee meetings are generally scheduled within 2 weeks after the deadline passes. The contact person will be notified via email of the meeting date, time, and location. If you have any questions or concerns please contact NHStudentLife@LoneStar.edu.

    Reserve Fund Proposal:

    The written summary request must have a detailed explanation of the following topics. (6 paragraphs): 1. Write Total Amount of Funding Requested: Attach an itemized list of all projected costs for this project. If other funds are being used to support this project, include that information in your itemized list. It is generally preferred that the Reserve Fund not be the sole source of funding. Please note that a typical award will generally range between $500.00 and $1,500.00. 2. Explanation of Activity: Attach a detailed outline of events associated with this activity, including time(s) and location(s). Describe the nature of the activity. 3. Participants: Who will participate? When appropriate, list the individuals (i.e. for conferences). 4. Enrichment Details of the Activity: Explain how this proposed activity will benefit the participating students and/or the student body. Explain what follow-up activities may be done to share the enrichment with others (if applicable). 5. Learning Outcomes: State the learning outcomes for this activity. When writing learning outcomes, consider the following components of a learning outcome: Condition-Audience-Behavior-Degree. For example: “After seeing the film ‘Snow White’ (condition), the student participants (audience) will be able to name (behavior) five of the seven dwarfs (degree).” For some learning outcomes, the “degree” is not always necessary. Frequently there are learning outcomes for students planning events, as well as those attending events. 6. Assessment & Reporting: Discuss how you will assess that learning outcomes have been met. Note that within 7 days of completion of the activity, an event evaluation must be submitted online, and must include assessment results.
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    This proposal must be reviewed by a student organization advisor or faculty member prior to submittal. Proposals that do not follow the format described above will not be accepted.

    Deadlines: Fall 2014 Spring 2015 September 26 - 4 p.m. January 30 - 4 p.m. November 7 - 4 p.m. March 27 - 4 p.m.

    An event evaluation, including assessment results, must be submitted electronically within 7 days of the conclusion of the event.