If your club has a need for additional funds, you could be eligible for money from one the CCC's three appeal funds. To file for an appeal, download the appropriate appeal request (above), fill out the request form, obtain your advisor's sugnature, deliver the form to the CCC office, and e-mail your division to set up an interview. The CCC will respond after our next meeting with the response to your request. Each club is allowed 2 appeals every academic year if they are in good standing. If you have any questions about the appeal process, or which appeal fund makes the most sense for your event, please do not hesitate to contact us.
This appeal applies to a club that did not account for a certain expense in the submitted budget; this can be for a variety of reasons, such as a new event or an unexpected cost to an event. Clubs should submit these types of appeals at least 2 weeks (10 business days) before their event in order for the CCC to hear the appeal in time.
This appeal applies to two or more clubs that want to co-sponsor an event, particularly a new event. The CCC reserves a certain amount of funds to aid such endeavors. Clubs should submit these types of appeals at least 2 weeks (10 business days) before their event in order for the CCC to hear the appeal in time.
Financial Management Board Collaboration Fund
This appeal applies to a club that is collaborating with another Student Government organization (ex. a hall, SUB or a Class Council) to hold an event. After being approved by the CCC, this request will also be presented to the Financial Management Board (FMB) by the CCC controller. FMB will make the final decision as to the amount of money allocated. Clubs should submit these types of appeals at least 2 weeks (10 business days) before their event, but it is highly recommeded that it is submitted earlier, due to the double approval process.
Post-Event Evalution Form
Clubs must fill out and return an event evaluation form within 30 days of the event date if the event uses any type of appeal funding. Failure to comply will result in a 10% deduction in the club's Spring Allocation.