Grant Recipient Files
Grant Recipient Checklist
Student Activities Advisors will go over this checklist with grant award recipients during the Pre-Event meeting.
Complete the Statement of Agreement and bring it with you to your pre-event grant advising meeting with a Student Activities Advisor. Pre-event meetings must be held within 10 business days of the award notification. Failure to hold the pre-event meeting will result in forfeiture of grant award.
If awarded, your grant award letter will indicate whether an officer from your group is required to attend a pre-event meeting. Failure to hold the pre-event meeting (if required) within 10 business days of the award notification will result in forfeiture of the grant award.
Groups who are not required to attend a pre-event should submit the signed Statement of Agreement (No Pre-Event) to the Student Activities Office front desk (Coffman 126) or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Failure to submit the signed Statement of Agreement (No Pre-Event) within 10 business days of the award notification will result in forfeiture of the grant award.
Please note (RSO Groups): The SUA grant check will be written to the student group; therefore, the group must have a student group specific bank account to deposit the check. First time student group applicants must submit a Form W-9 with the student group’s Tax ID number included at the pre-event meeting. Click here to view instructions for completing the Form W-9.
Bring a completed Event/Project Evaluation and all event expense receipts to your post-event grant advising meeting with a Student Activities Advisor. Post-event meetings must be held within 30 days of the event/project date. Failure to hold the post-event meeting will result in ineligibility to receive future grants.
As a part of the grant agreement, you must include the appropriate grant logos on all of your publicity for the event.
Student Unions & Activities Grant Logos (All Grants)
Coca-Cola Grant Logos (Activity, Development, Sustainability, and Academic Grants)
Groups should include language in their publicity that indicates disability accommodations can be made for on campus events and provide information on how someone could request such accommodations. To request disability accommodations, please contact Disability Resource Center prior to your event. Disability Resource Center promotes access and equity for all students, faculty, staff and guests of the University of Minnesota. Accommodations include: captioning, interpreting, physical access, and more. Contact the Disability Resource Center at email@example.com or 612-626-1333.