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document Fundraising Accounts
Fundraising Accounts have been established for each club to deposit the funds they have raised through events or donations. The money in this account can be spent at the club’s discretion. Un spent fund raising revenue will roll over in the club's fund raising account for the next fiscal year...
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document Fundraising Events
BAM allocates funds to each club for fundraising purposes. These funds are automatically placed in the club's budget account and may be used for a club's fundraiser (i.e. supplies for a bake sale). Additional expenses related to a program that exceed BAM's fundraiser allocation are the club's...
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document Gifts or Donations
When a club or organization receives a gift / donation in the amount of $250.00 or more, a Gift Acceptance Form must be completed including a deposit slip. The gift acceptance form and deposit slip should be verified at the Cashiers Office where processing is completed. A copy of the deposit slip...
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document How to Start a New Club or Organization
Forming a Student Organization is not as complicated as you may have heard it to be. There are several steps that you have to complete before you can be recognized as an established organization. The steps can be easily followed because they are all connected and flow together making the process...
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document Meetings
Minutes must be kept at both regular membership and Executive Board meetings. Your club’s constitution usually outlines who may vote at a meeting, defines guidelines of active membership, and establishes the necessary quorum. Quorum is defined as 50% + 1 of your active membership. Quorum must be...
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document Metal Detectors
Metal detectors must be used for events that are open to the public. If your event requires metal detectors you must notify the student activities office and campus police. Student Activities will submit a work order to facilities.
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document Minutes of Meetings
Minutes are the official permanent record of each club's meetings. They should tell what happened rather than what was said at the meeting. They should be kept at the time an organization meeting is held. The minutes must be typed and submitted within 48 hours to the following individuals via...
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document Movie Policy
The Federal Copyright Act (Title 17, United States code, Public Law 94-553, 90 Stat. 2541) governs how copyrighted materials, such as movies, may be utilized publicly. Neither the rental nor the purchase or lending of a videocassette or DVD carries with it the right to exhibit such a movie...
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document Night Deposit of Money Procedure
A night deposit drop box has been installed next to the Cashiers service windows for deposits made on the weekends or after 4:00 p.m. during the work week. Clubs and organizations will be given a tamper evident bank bag and a deposit slip at the time they pick up a cash box from the Cashiers...
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document Notification to Campus Attendees in the Event of an Emergency
In accordance with Connecticut General Statute 29-381(b)and the University Critical Incident Plan, any University individual, office, or student club/organization holding an event on campus that would include attendees, visitors, patrons, spectators and/or guests, will provide the following...
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