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Student Government Funding
Southeast’s student government can help undergraduate students and organizations receive partial funding for endeavors
D.I.C.E. (Dollars for Innovative Campus Events) Funding is available through the Campus Life & &Event Services office. This funding option is for students and student organizations hosting an event that is free and open to SEMO students.
- D.I.C.E. Budget Request Forms may be submitted by a registered student organization(s) or individual student at least four weeks prior to the event date. (University Departments are not eligible). The budget request must include and explain all costs for the event.
- Applicants must meet with Campus Life & Event Services to process the application, review a plan for the event, and finalize budget requests.
- Students or organizations will be notified of the allocation decision at the meeting, as well as via e-mail.
- The event must be open and of interest to the entire campus community and held on campus Thursday evening, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
- Events must be free for Southeast students in order for funding to be approved.
- The purpose of the event may not be recruitment of membership to an organization.
- An application must be submitted for individual events. The reviewer will only consider one request from an organization or individual at a time.
- D.I.C.E. will not pay sales tax. A tax-exempt letter will be given to all organizations or individuals that are allocated funds.
- Students may request up to $750 each for up to three events per academic year OR students may request up to $1,000 each for up to two events per academic year. Not all allocation requests will be funded.
- Funds may be used for labor costs, professional DJ/performer fees (only up to $400 with their own equipment), movies, snacks, non-durable supplies, door prizes, publicity, etc.
- Funds may not be used for student travel, salaries, commemorative t-shirts, banquets, dinners, cash prizes/gift cards, or inventory items, such as backdrops, lights, costumes, etc.
- All event advertising must include the D.I.C.E. logo and be shared with Campus Life prior to being posted publicly.
- The programmer must meet with Campus Life & Event Services within two-weeks following the date of the event to complete an evaluation and turn in receipts; otherwise, the organization or individual forfeits all rights to the allocated funds. Forfeited funds are then available to other D.I.C.E. requests.