Student organizations recognized by the University receive various forms of support from the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center and Student Council. A major portion of the annual Student Activities budget is allocated to student organizations to support programs executed by student groups and the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center, as well as other counterparts within Student Affairs. The Office of Student Activities and Resource Center and Student Councils assist organizations by funding programs benefiting the entire student population.
Initial Allocation Funding:
For additional details, download: Student Organization Funding Process (pdf)
Once your event or program has been approved for space and funding, you may need to reimburse your club members or pay vendors. All reimbursements must be completed during the semester in which the event happened by the deadline set by OSARC (usually the last day of classes). OSARC reserves the right to deny reimbursement requests made the semester after the event has occurred. All paperwork should be submitted to LC 223, and must include:
This form is used to reimburse NYU students who have paid for items out-of-pocket for their specific student clubs. The student to be reimbursed must sign off on this form. An original receipt that is itemized should be attached to this form and turned into LC 223. Students will only be reimbursed if funding has been pre-approved.
Tax Exempt Form (pdf)
As a non-profit, the School of Engineering and those affiliated with it are eligible to make tax free purchases. Please use this form to submit to any vendors, restaurants, etc that your club is paying.
In order to pay any: Amplified Bands, Dance Companies/Troupes, Professional DJs, Non-School of Engineering Student DJs, utilize the School of Engineering Artist Contract (doc).
In order to pay any: Guest Presenters, Lecturers, Panelists, Workshop Facilitators, Trainers, Teachers, Instructors, Conductors, Art/Photo Exhibitors, Coaches, Judges, Poets, Spoken Word Performers, Comics, Theater Performers, Acoustic Music Performers and Ensembles, Soloists, Choirs, Glee Clubs, A cappella groups, Models, utilize the Guest Presenter Contract (doc).
We strongly encourage our student clubs to seek funding avenues beyond those provided by Student Council. Student clubs have the ability to fundraise as well as to seek donations and sponsorship from outside organizations.
Your organization must register your intentions with the OSARC. We also strongly encourage you to set up a meeting with your Club Contact to review any donation requests.
For additional details, download: Student Organization Fundraising Guidelines (pdf)
Fundraising Request Form (on OrgSync Event Request Form)
If your organization wishes to conduct a fundraiser (either on campus or off campus), please complete and submit an event request form to OSARC at least three (3) weeks prior to the planned event.
Donation Request template (doc)
To be utilized when seeking outside sponsorship. All intentions to request funds must be registered with the OSARC, all incoming funds must be processed through the Development Office for record keeping purposes. Please contact us to set up an in person meeting to review the process.
Student Affairs Conference Fund (on OrgSync)
The Student Affairs Conference Fund through the Office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs exists to support individual students, OSARC recognized student clubs, and other student groups to attend local, regional, and national conferences and competitions. All individual students and OSARC recognized student clubs are eligible to request assistance to attend a conference or competition from the Student Affairs Conference Fund once an academic year. Applications are due no later than 3 weeks before the start date of the competition or conference. Please see the OrgSync form linked above for complete eligibility details.
Student Senators' Council (SSC) Conference Fund (web application)
The Student Senators Council (SSC), with the generous assistance of the Senior Vice-Provost for Research, established a fund to support students traveling to conferences to present a project. The Conference Fund is available to all students, both undergraduate and graduate, who are looking for funding to attend a conference related to their academic or professional goals.The conference fund provides awards of up to $750.00 for domestic travel and up to $1,000.00 for international travel. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis via the online form linked above.