Only registered SDDI student organizations may apply for funding through SDDI. Please see registration requirements on the Registered Student Organizations page.
Instructions to complete the application, requirements, and restrictions are explained on the first page of the FUNDING APPLICATION but are also further outlined below.
Applications are due by 4:30 pm to 626 Thurston Ave or email@example.com. The organization will receive an email with a decision from the funding committee by the following week.
Please note that if your organization is approved for funding, you must submit the required documentation in order to access your funds. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding Application Due Dates: Second Thursday of every month school is in session
Register for, attend, and sign in at the SDDI organization fair
When: Saturday, August 26, 2017
What time: 4p-6p (you may arrive early to set up)
Where: Ho Plaza
Register here! -- goo.gl/1xu4GU
Attend Mandatory Event and Financial Management Training
(More information will come via e mail after the organization fair)
When: Sunday, September 10, 2017
What time: ~11.45a-1p
Where: Willard Straight Hall Memorial Room
Food will be provided!
At SDDI, we want to make sure your event is a success! So, we have compiled an event management guidebook that will help you put on the best event possible and includes the reimbursement form you can also pick up from the SDDI office!
Within it, you'll find an event checklist, sample contracts, a list of must-know offices on campus, a list of funding sources, reimbursement forms, and even instructions for food permits. Download it, and make sure to save the date for our mandatory financial and event management training (9/10) and our org fair (8/26)!
ALANA—For events that have a social, cultural identity, and/or diversity component
CUTonight—For events that are considered late night programming
MGLC—For events that have a social, cultural identity, and/or diversity component. Only Greek organizations are eligible
OADI—For events that have an academic and diversity initiatives component
ISU—For events that have an international component
HAVEN—For events that have a gender, sexuality, and/or diversity component
WRC—For events that have a gender, sexuality, and/or diversity component
Ujamaa—For events that have a social, cultural identity, and/or diversity component; Celebration of Pan-Africanism; Residential Life
LLC—For events that have a social, cultural identity, and/or diversity component; Celebration of Latinx Culture; Residential Life
SFFB—For events that have a residential life or first year experience component
Bartel's Co-sponsorship—Cosponsorships only; Every other year
MCFAB—For events that have a social, cultural identity, and/or diversity component; Widely known and large event performers (including speakers)
SAFC—All student organization funding
Einaudi Center—Financial support to activities that are approved by Cornell University's Office of the Dean of Students and sponsored by organizations recognized by that office