Applications must be submitted on OrgSync by the due date.
Applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm at least seven (7) days before a scheduled ORF meeting (unless specified above). Travel dates must be a minimum of thirty (30) school days from the date of the ORF meeting.
ORF meetings are held in the SGA Conference Room beginning at 3:30 PM. Room 101 in the Friedman Student Union.
At least one representative is required to attend the ORF meeting at which you are submitting in order to be considered for funding. Representatives should be prepared to present their travel plans as well as answer questions regarding the proposed trip.
Applications without all of the required information or supporting documentation will not be accepted. Quotes for all funding requests MUST be included in the application (i.e. hotel rooms, plane tickets, registration, etc.) The agenda for the trip must be included as well (Conference schedule, meeting agenda, etc.) Upload all of this information into one document and attach at the end of the application. No personal bank accounts or foundation accounts will be accepted.
The ORF Committee will meet with each RSO individually after presenting the roll call at the beginning of the meeting. While an RSO is waiting to be called in, the SGA office will be available to sit and prep information in before the individual meeting begins.
If you have any questions please email:
Cherish Wilson ,SGA Vice President & Organizational Relief Fund Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Shayne Creppel, Student Government Association Advisor, email@example.com
Cap and gowns for graduation can be rented out for free to NSU students through the Student Government Association. This form is to be filled out when picking up the cap and gown. Caps and gowns are to be rented out through the SGA Vice President the week before graduation. The last day to rent out cap and gowns from the Student Government Association is the day before the actual ceremonies. Rented caps and gowns are to be turned in after graduation. Those who do not return the cap & gown will not receive their diploma and a charge of $90 will be placed on their account.
Use this template for submitting legislation to the Speaker of the Senate. Legislation should be submitted to the Speaker on Friday by 5 pm to be considered for the agenda on the following Monday meeting.
There are three types of legislation:
Student Bills: legislation that calls for specific action to be taken by the SGA or the University such as a change in University policy or amendments to governing document
Fiscal Bills: legislation used to allocate any funds not specifically set forth in the SGA budget in excess of $100.
Resolutions: legislation mean to express the official opinion of the SGA on a given issue .
Homecoming/Mr. and Miss NSU Data Sheet - Fall 2018