The Financial Management Committee reviews applications on a rolling basis for the following funds. For the Fall 2018 semester, meetings are held every other Tuesday evening in the Champagne room at 5:45 pm. Meetings are open to all AUS Constituents, who are granted observer status.
Applications must be submitted by Wednesday night in order to be included on the agenda for Friday.
Journal Fund: This is for student-run journals and magazines; preference is given to those within the Faculty of Arts. This fund contains $16,000.
Supplementary Fund: This is for departmental associations within the Arts Undergraduate Society seeking to fund events and initiatives which are beyond the scope of their annual budget. This fund contains $16,000.
Special Projects Fund: This is for student groups seeking to fund large events and conferences, including collaborations with external groups; any on-campus group may apply. This fund contains $10,000.
Advice for applications:
– Make sure your budget is detailed
– Include a phone number in your application. If you need funding, and your application is tabled because we cannot reach you to ask you questions, you will have to wait another two weeks before you hear back.
– You are welcome to present your application at the next FMC meeting. This can often save time because it allows to ask questions and give feedback immediately.
NOTE: You do not receive a confirmation upon submission of your application. Please do not send duplicates.
Please use the following AUSB budget template for your FMC Applications:
AUIF: Arts Undergraduate Improvement Fund
This fund supports improvements to the physical and capital resources that Arts students use, such as the Arts Lounge and the McLennan/Redpath Library Complex. In the past, it has funded the renovations of the third floor of the McLennan library, the wall painting of the Arts Lounge, and the furniture for student association lounges and offices. In addition, portions of this fund support the operations of the Arts Internship Office (AIO), the Faculty of Arts Computer Labs (FACL), and the Fine Arts Council (FAC).
The AUIFC (Arts Undergraduate Improvement Fund Committee) meets to review the AUIF fund. They meet once a year inFebruary to approve applications to capital expenditures within the Faculty of Arts. Applications from AUS groups (AUS Executives, Departmental Associations, etc), Faculty of Arts members, and Faculty of Arts offices are accepted.
To find out more about AUS fees, click here.