You are invited to participate in the 6th annual Student Involvement and Employment Festival at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Wednesday, August 28th, 2013 from 10am-2pm. The Student Involvement and Employment Festival is the largest event during our week-long Wolf Pack Welcome program that encourages students to learn about the campus and become engaged and active members of the campus and Pueblo community.
Last year, 175 local businesses and community organizations and 2,500 students and staff participated in this Festival, making it one of the most well attended student events of the year! We would like to invite your business or organization to participate in the 2013 Student Involvement and Employment Festival, where you will have the opportunity to share information, sell items, and/or recruit employees, interns, and volunteers.
Register online today at http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/wpw or complete the attached registration form and either email it to email@example.com or fax it to Student Activities at (719) 549-2624. We will then follow up to finalize payment and logistic arrangements.
Thank you for your continued interest in strengthening our WolfPack!
This form is required to establish an account on the Colorado State University – Pueblo Financial Reporting System. Please complete the form. Please allow for one week for yoru budget code to be created.
YOU MUST LOG INTO YOUR ORGSYNC ACCOUNT BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM.
Working a Concession Stand is a fundraising opportunity for registered StudentOrgs only. Completion of this form will request your StudentOrg to work a concession stand at athletic game for the event and date that you request. You will then be working with Chartwells Dining Services to work the event.
Your Organization will receive 10% of the profits made from the event.
If you have any questions, please contact Patty Witkowsky at 719-549-2677.
Please check the dates your StudentOrg would like to request. You will be working from whole time frame listed and need to have at least the number people working at all times.
How would you like to be apart of the decision making process for SOF funding?
By filling out this form, you have the opportunity to do just that.
A Member-at-Large position on the SOF Grant Committe has opened up for the Spring 2011 Semester. Within this position, you will help the Committee decide how funding will be alotted to the StudOrgs who present their SOF Grant Proposals.
The position is voluntary and requires several hours on every other Monday in the Spring semester beginning January 24th. Each meeting begins at 6pm and the time for adjournment will vary based on the number of SOF Grants presented that night.
The application deadline for this position is
January 19th, 2011.
If you have any additional questions in regard to this position, please contact Ryan Anderson, our StudOrg Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We look forward to working with you in the Spring!!
- Student Organization Finance Committee
StudOrgs are permitted and encouraged to sponsor fundraising activities as a means for financing their projects, events, activities, etc. Please refer to the StudOrg Handbook for more information regarding fundraising tips and guidelines. This form is to help expedite the process for StudOrgs to conduct fundraisiers.
StudOrgs must follow the guidelines when reaching out to individuals, local merchants, or corporations for donations. This is to ensure sure we do not request funds from the same donors multiple times; if a business is already a corporate sponsor to the University; if a donor has already been asked and has turned down sponsorship; if a tax receipt is needed by the donor; or to make sure we thank the donor for their support.
Please contact OSA if you have questions about developing fundraising strategies that comply with the University and Foundation policies and procedures prior to soliciting or receiving.
YOU MUST LOG INTO YOUR ORGSYNC ACCOUNT BEFORE FILLING OUT THIS FORM.
Before filling out a SOF Grant Proposal, please refer to the SOF Grant and Finance Policies (click here).
Please fill out this application to its entirety, including any additional information to help the SOF Committee in awarding your StudOrg its grant.
In filling out this application, you will be asked to provide the following items for your SOF Grant Proposal.
The Student Organization Funding (SOF) Grants are available to any registered StudOrg for programs and events that enhance overall quality of student life on campus. SOF Grants should be used to boost the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, governance, leadership, group development, campus and community service, and informational programs and activities. For more information on the SOF Grant process, please refer to your StudOrg Handbook.
SOF Grant proposal due date:
Submit in at least 2-3 weeks before the date of your program/travel.
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SOF Review Meeting:
At least one of your registered members need to be present at the Review Meeting. The SOF Committee meets at 6 p.m. in the ASG Chambers.
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You may turn in your SOF grant before the due date to have it reviewed by an Student Organizations Services (SOS) member before submitting it for the SOF Review Meeting.
Thank you for your interest in working with OSA. Please sign into OrgSync before you complete this form. If you don't have an OrgSync profile, please create one.
Join the Office of Student Activities Family
Fill out an Application TODAY!
Job opportunities within the Office of Student Activities include:
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us (email@example.com).
Hope to see YOUR Application today and visit with you in the near future!
You Must Sign into Your OrgSync Account before filling this Travel Form.
TRAVEL AND CONDUCT STANDARDS AGREEMENT FORM
Each student participating in an activity sponsored by the University that involves travel must read and agree to the terms of this document and the Student Code of Conduct. You are not only representing yourself, but the University as well. Your behavior will influence the impressions that others have of Colorado State University - Pueblo.
Participants are expected to meet the following conduct standards for the duration of the trip. Students who fail to uphold these standards may be faced with any or all of the following consequences: sanctions imposed by the host institution, Colorado State University – Pueblo’s Office of Student Judicial, and/or dismissal from the program. The decision to terminate a student’s participation will be made by the Colorado State University - Pueblo staff member coordinating the trip.
As a student attendee of a organized StudOrg Travel, I understand and will comply with all leadership conference policies. I have read and understand the conduct standards. I agree to abide by these standards and accept disciplinary consequences if I fail to do so.
Please fill out this form if you are requesting to be reimbursed for an expenditure you make for your student organization whether for a SOF Grant or for your StudOrg 900 Account.
We will notify you within 3 days with further information.
The Tech Request Form is to be used by student organizations to request in advance any kind of technical support from our office.
The form has to be turned in a week before the event or the office will not be able to provide the support needed.
Please Sign into your OrgSync Account before filling out this form.
Howdy StudOrg Advisors,
Just a friendly reminder for our last Advisor Luncheon is on Thursday, April 19th from 11 a.m. to Noon in the Aspen Leaf, OUC. The luncheon is open to all StudOrg Advisors and others staff who would appreciate the topic. The Lunch will be the Colorado Cobb Salad Buffet.
How do I Keep my StudOrg Going!?!
The secret to student organization longevity is continuity through officer training and defining a legacy. This session will focus on the key steps toward officer transition and provide advisor the opportunity to aid their StudOrg in a discussion about their legacy and their hope for the future of their organization.
This workshop is presented by Dr. Fawn Amber Montoya, advisor to Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán, who has helped her Student Leadership and members renovate their election process and then they all embarked on a new journey for the future of their organization.
RSVP via OrgSync (https://orgsync.com/19749/forms/show/45660) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, reply back.
• Only registered student organizations and club members can participate in the challenge. Registration must be completed on OrgSync.
• There are two categories; organizations with 4-15 members (small) must have 4 registered representatives participate and organizations with 15 + students (large) must have 10 registered representatives participate. Your category (small or large) will be determined based on your OrgSync roster.
• To score full points, participants of the challenge must stay the entire duration of the event.
• The Office of Student Activities (OSA) has the ability to disqualify any Student Org that does not act in accordance to the Student Org guidelines (for violations such as, academic dishonesty, inappropriate behavior, etc.)
• The prizes for the first, second and third place clubs will be given accordingly and cannot be transferable.
• Challenge begins Saturday, September 15, 2012; first points can be earned at the Student Organization Retreat.
• Your organization can register at any time on OrgSync.
• Challenge ends Friday, November 30, 2012.
• There will be two prizes for each category, small and large.
• 1st place (the organization with the highest number of points) in each category will receive $300 into their 900 account.
• 2nd place (the organization with the second highest number of points) in each category will receive $150 into their 900 account.
Ways to Earn Points
Student Organization Retreat Saturday, September 15th from 9:30am-3pm OUC Attend the Student Organization Retreat for the duration of the retreat and check in with OSA’s Student Org Team at the end of the retreat. 100 points for 1st representative & 5 points for each additional Large=145
Sign up for OohLaLa Ongoing Online Sign your organization up for OohLaLa 10 points Large=10
Homecoming Parade Saturday, October 6th from 1-2pm Residence Hall Oval Complete a homecoming parade application (available in OUC 003) and have a float or walking group 50-100 points Float=100
Student Organization Awareness Workshop (SOAW) #1 Thursday, October 11th from 4-5pm OUC Underground Attend a SOAW event and check in with OSA’s Student Org Team to sign in at the end of the event. 10 points per representative Large=100
Student Organization Networking (SON) Meeting #1 Tuesday, October 16th from 4-5pm OUC Underground Attend SON meeting and check in with OSA’s Student Org Team to sign in at the end of the event. 10 points per representative Large=100
Geek Week Saturday, October 20th-Sunday, October 28th Various Plan and implement an event with your organization’s membership for the entire campus during Geek Week. Contact Kayleen St. Louis for more information or assistance with ideas. 30 points Large=30
Student Organization Awareness Workshop (SOAW) #2 Tuesday, November 6th from 4-5pm OUC Underground Attend a SOAW event and check in with OSA’s Student Org Team to sign in at the end of the event. 10 points per representative Large=100
Student Organization Networking (SON) Meeting #2 Thursday, November 15th from 4-5pm OUC Underground Attend SON meeting and check in with OSA’s Student Org Team to sign in at the end of the event. 10 points per representative Large=100
Host an organization meeting in the SOLAR room Ongoing SOLAR room in the Underground Host one of your organization’s executive board or general meetings in the SOLAR room. Reserve the space with Kayleen St. Louis at least 5 days before your meeting. 5 points per meeting (maximum of 10 meetings) Large=50
Attend events (meetings, programs, etc.) hosted by Student Organizations other than your own Ongoing Various Take a picture of your organization’s representatives at the event and submit via email to Kayleen St. Louis at Kayleen.email@example.com within 24 hours of the conclusion of the event. 5 points per event (maximum of 10 events) Large=50
Attend educational events (speakers, After Hours, 20/20 series) hosted by the Office of Student Activities and/or the Diversity Resource Center Ongoing Various Take a picture of your organization’s representatives at the event and submit via email to Kayleen St. Louis at Kayleen.firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of the conclusion of the event. 5 points per event (maximum of 10 events) Large=50
Attend social events (comedians, movies, concerts, interactive, Homecoming) hosted by the Office of Student Activities Ongoing Various Take a picture of your organization’s representatives at the event and submit via email to Kayleen St. Louis at Kayleen.email@example.com within 24 hours of the conclusion of the event. 5 points per event (maximum of 10 events) Large=50
Upon the completion of an event, it is highly recommended that you fill out an evaluation form to provide insight into the overall conduction of the event and what steps can be taken to improve upon it if the event is conducted again in the future.
Colorado State University – Pueblo
Late Night Event Policy
CSU-Pueblo seeks to provide a safe and secure environment where a wide array of programs and services are offered to the campus community. The following policy is intended to ensure the safety of all Late Night Event attendees. The Office of Student Activities will coordinate all administrative duties and enforce this Policy. In addition to this policy, all Late Night Events must comply with other University, local, state, and federal policies, laws, and regulations.
A Late Night Event is any event hosted by a student or group of students, or division of Student Affairs (a “Sponsoring Unit”) that ends at 10pm or later AND one of the following:
To host a Late Night Event, the Sponsoring Unit must submit an Event Request Form to the Office of Student Activities (OSA) a minimum of three (3) weeks prior to the scheduled Late Night Event date. The request must include a reserved venue confirmation. When OSA receives the completed Event Request Form, OSA will convene a Late Night Event Logistics Committee that will include the following individuals:
The Late Night Event Logistics Committee will approve or deny or make alternations the Late Night Event request; discuss safety and security with the Sponsoring Unit; provide wristbands and/or ink markings for Late Night Events; conduct a walk-through of the event location a minimum of five (5) business days prior to the scheduled Event date with the Sponsoring Unit; etc.
The Lieutenant from the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office at CSU-Pueblo (Sheriff’s Office), or designee, is the only entity permitted to secure a Late Night Event. The number of officers will be determined by the Sheriff’s Office prior to the scheduled date. The ratio of officers to students shall be a minimum of 1:100. A minimum of one (1) officer is required unless approved by the Sheriff’s Office. Any proposed exceptions to security regulations must be appealed or decided by the Director of Student Activities and the Sheriff’s Office.
The Late Night Event Logistics Committee, OSA, and the Sheriff’s Office reserve the right to:
All Late Night Events must conclude by 2:00 a.m. A Late Night Event may not exceed the total capacity of the approved venue and approved anticipated attendance. The number of wristbands or ink markings shall be determined prior to the scheduled Late Night Event date. The number of wristbands or ink markings provided by OSA is not subject to change once it has been finalized.
The Advisor of the Sponsoring Unit or a full-time University faculty or staff member must be present in order for the Late Night Event to begin, and must remain in attendance for the entire duration of the Late Night Event, including set-up and tear down.
All applicable fees are due to OSA a minimum of seven (7) business days prior to the scheduled Late Night Event date. Failure to remit payment will result in cancellation. Any unused funds will be refunded back to the Sponsoring Unit, when applicable.
The Sponsoring Unit is responsible for damage caused to the facility and/or equipment, including damage or disruptive behavior caused by their guests. The Sponsoring Unit will be billed for any excess cleaning and damage expenses. In instances where damage occurs, the sponsoring unit reserves the right to appeal any charges to the Dean of Student Affairs.
If the Late Night Event is approved and alcohol is intended to be served, the Sponsoring Unit must seek exemption as detailed by the CSU-Pueblo Alcohol and Other Drug Policy (http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/CounselingCenter/Pages/Alcohol-and-Other-Drugs.aspx). The Sponsoring Unit must abide by the Colorado Alcohol Beverage Commission laws and regulations (http://www.colorado.gov/revenue/liquor). Failure to abide by these policies will result in immediate event termination and/or to other university disciplinary actions.
All Late Night Event attendees must abide by the following guidelines:
The Sponsoring Unit is required to comply with University, State, and Federal procurement and fiscal policies and procedures.
StudentOrg Chalking Regulatory Procedures
The Director of Student Activities is the designated campus administrator for approving all requests for chalking university grounds by student organizations (StudOrgs).
The term "Chalking" refers to the time-honored practice at CSU-Pueblo of using chalk on designated campus surfaces for messages. These messages often concern student elections, student organization meetings, event advertisement, etc... The Office of Student Activities (OSA) supports the freedom of expression, while at the same time strives to maintain order. Chalking on the CSU-Pueblo campus will be permitted in a designated place, time, and manner. Only CSU-Pueblo registered Student Organizations will be allowed approval. Chalking may be done no more than 7 days in advance of event.
Chalking is prohibited in the following areas:
Chalking is allowed in the following areas:
If you are interested in having OSA create a publicity item for your event, please fill this form out. Please give one week for production.
This form is not for advertizing on the HOWL or the LED boards. Submit an event through the "EVENTS" tab for inclusion of the HOWL and LED boards.
This form provides an opportunity for your StudOrg Officers to request a personal meeting or presentation with one of our StudOrg Team members at a time that is convenient for your membership. Please fill out this form in its entirety so that our StudOrg Team can fully answer the questions that you have.
If you have any questions about this form, please contact the Office of Student Activities (549-2151).
Please provide the Office of Student Activities (OSA) a breakdown of the travel you attended. This form is intended to provide feedback for OSA and your StudOrg on the value of the travel and its contribution to student life here at CSU-Pueblo.
Please fill out this form to the best of your ability as soon as possible upon returning from the event.