Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee

The purpose of the Franklin College Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee is to allocate funds for worthwhile activities/events planned by various Franklin College student clubs and organizations.

These funds, allocated by the committee, originate from student activity fees, which are collected centrally and then distributed by the University-Wide Allocation Committee to schools and colleges based on their enrollment. Registered student organizations, both undergraduate and graduate, that are associated with academic departments within the Franklin College are eligible to request funding from the Franklin College committee.

The committee is composed of Franklin College undergraduates (juniors and seniors) selected from the Dean's Advisory Board and two graduate students from Franklin College departments. These students take their charge very seriously and have a history of wise, thoughtful decisions in relation to allocating monies.

The process for requesting fee allocation funding for Franklin College student organizations is:

  1. View the mandatory PowerPoint presentation
  2. Take the mandatory quiz regarding the PowerPoint presentation
  3. Within one week of completion of the quiz, you will receive an email confirming your enrollment in the eLC Fee Allocation website, where you will be able to access the required application forms and submit your completed application.
  4. Requests for funding must be made through the eLC website. The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM August 26, 2013. Groups will be notified of allocation decisions by September 16, 2013.

For additional information, please contact:

Ms. Candee Bradbury
Administrative Specialist II
300A Old College
Athens, GA 30602-1732
e-mail: candee {at} uga dt edu
Phone: 706 542-5745

Ms. Jennifer Patrick
Coordinator of Student Academic Services
312 Old College
Athens, GA 30602-1732
e-mail: mjenn {at} uga dt edu

Dr. Eileen Kraemer
Associate Dean

300 Old College
Athens, GA 30602-1732
e-mail: eileen {at} uga dt edu