About SS&A Mini-Grants
SS&A Mini-Grant is a part of Student Services and Activities fee. The purpose of Mini-Grant is intended to provide supplemental financial support to Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs), student programs on SCC campus, or any group of students to host or participate in activities, programs, and special events that enhance student-learning outcomes. To receive a Mini-Grant funding, RSOs and Programs are required to complete the Mini-Grant request process and approve by student parliaments during the parliament meeting. To request for Mini-grant funding, a representative from RSO and program must complete an online application at least 1 week prior to the parliament meeting. Once the forms are submitted, Minister of Finance will review the application then make a decision and place on the agenda in the Parliament meeting for consideration. After final approval by the Parliament, notification of the decision will be sent to the main student contact and advisor. After the project is complete, the remains Mini-Grant fund will be returned back to the Student Government for future use purposes.
Mini-Grant Budget BreakdownInitial Budget: $63,670.00
Current Budget: $15,199.57*
*This is the amount we have left to fund Mini-Grants for 2014-2015 years
|50th Anniversary Museum||$3,500.00|
|Welcome Week Giveaways||$3,500.00|
|Welcome Week Decorations||$560.00|
|Student Reps Training||$911.00|
|Fall Legislative Academy||$3,259.48|
|VCT Portfolio Showcase||$6,800.00|
|ALAS Day of the Dead||$100.00|
|Clay Club Magazine Subscription||$151.90|
|Athletics Video Taping||$1,894.00|
|NWAC Women’s Soccer Playoff||$4,400.00|
|NWAC Volleyball Championship||$5,290.20|
|Cheer Club Uniform||$1509.85|
|Students of Color Conference||$7769.00|
|5-Start Multicultural Leadership Conference||$1320.00|
|Community Book Read||$400.00|
Mini-Grant Application Process Summary
Step 1: Download and Complete Application Form
You must complete Mini-Grant Request form (.docx or PDF) in order for the parliament to process your request. The application includes questions regarding contact information, project purposes, student learning outcome, success criteria, and project timeline.
Step 2: Submit your Application
Send your completed application form to SBA Minister of Finance through email. It is preferable to submit any other detailed documents along with application form such as budget report, previous projects report, pictures, etc.
Step 3: Review Process
Once you’ve submitted your Mini-Grant Application form to Minister of Finance, you will receive a confirmation that the Parliament has received it. Your Mini-Grant requests will be reviewed and you will receive a decision regarding the next process within 1-2 business days. Minister of Finance will inform this in the parliament meeting (view the schedule here).
Student Leadership Contact:
Minister of Finance : 206.546.4654 | StudentFinance@shoreline.edu