Club funding is the policy and process of requesting funds from Clubs and Orgs. RSO funds are available for clubs who have an established index with the AABC. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding funding. If you are requesting funding from another department, contact them to receive the necessary information.

SOA Grant Funding

Our office provides clubs and organizations with the opportunity to request funding on a as needed basis. These funds can go towards program and activity expenses, organizational development, travel (except no travel at the moment due to COVID) and more. Funds for events can be requested through the Activity Plan/Report. All other funding requests can be requested through the Equipment, Supplies & Department Funding form. Both forms are located on the club Dashboard in Ideal-Logic.

Department Funding

Departments across campus are contact by clubs in order to receive financial support for their programs or activities. Some departments will have expenses directly billed to their index, others will want to transfer the funds to the RSO Index. We recommend that you contact the dean or department head before initiating a request in Ideal-Logic. Funds for events can be requested through the Activity Plan/Report. All other funding requests can be requested through the Equipment, Supplies & Department Funding form. Both forms are located on the club Dashboard.

Money Management & Using the AABC

How you manage your funds is often dependent on your funding source. For funds that student organizations directly raise through dues, fundraisers, etc, the Auxiliaries & Activities Business Center (AABC) provides access to a student organization Funds in Trust (FIT) account through the Student Experience Center Finance Office (SEC 350).  For all other funding sources, contact the budget authority to identify appropriate use and documentation of money expenditures. You can access common AABC forms on our AABC Finance Forms page.

Finance Office AABC Finance Forms

  1. Accepts and records deposits of organization’s funds
  2. Processes requests for checks to pay bill
  3. Issues cash reimbursements
  4. Keeps a running balance of organizational funds
  5. Provides a monthly online statement on the status of your account
  6. Provides cash boxes for student organization events

The SEC Finance Office is located in SEC 350 and is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. For further information stop by or call 541.737.7770.

Currently, only fully confirmed treasurers have access to the CORE, the reporting system for budgeted and actual financial activity by index. 

  • If you have permission, access CORE at: https://core.oregonstate.edu
  • In CORE, click the uReports link at the top of any page, then use the Index Search section at the bottom of the page to review your financial information. 
  • If you are the treasurer and are having trouble accessing the information