DOC Grants

Dollars for Organizations and Clubs

Overview

Please see below for the updated changes to our DOC Guidelines.

The purpose of ASI Dollars for Organizations and Clubs (DOC) grant funding is to support Sac State students in their endeavors to increase the quality of campus life and learning. ASI DOC funding reimburses organizations and clubs for money spent on events, food, promotion, conferences and much more. 

Funded events or activities must be open to ALL Sacramento State students. Funding decisions will not be based on a student organization’s point of view. An organization must not be denied funding simply because it advocates a particular notion. Items/events awarded through DOC cannot be resold or charge admission.

Who Is Eligible?

Student organizations and clubs at Sacramento State are eligible to apply for DOC funding. Must be in good standing with Student Organizations and Leadership (SO&L). Must have a current and up-to-date, ASI Club Agreement Form (CAF) with the current President, Treasurer or like-officer on file with ASI Business Office. You must resubmit a new CAF anytime changes occur in authorized signers, club name, etc.  

What Is DOC Funding Used For?

Here are a few examples of how organizations and clubs are using ASI dollars:

  • Club promotional items (such as T-shirts, banners, etc.)
  • Conferences
  • Equipment (tables, chairs and club banner)
  • Club Banquets

What Is DOC Funding Not Used For?

Unfortunately, an organization or club cannot use ASI DOC funds to support the following activities:

  • Any campus events or activities that are not open to all Sacramento State students.
  • Funding is not available, and may not be used, for any of the following: door prizes, raffles, opportunity drawings, honorariums, speaker fees, donations, or gifts.
  • If a request is not in compliance with DOC guidelines and/or generally accepted accounting principles.
  • A club or organization is not in good standing with the Student Organizations & Leadership Office.
  • Funding requests for scholarships.
  • Expenses for alcohol, tobacco products, recreational drugs, and firearms.
  • Funding requests for donations to other organizations, clubs, non-profits, etc. 
  • Exceeding funding eligibility for fiscal year unless using other club funds.

States Subject to AB 1887’s Travel Prohibition

The complete list of affected states is maintained on the California State Attorney General’s website, https://oag.ca.gov/ab1887.  

NOTE: California Government Code Section 11139.8 prohibits the use of “state funds”, which include the ARA and SAD grants, for travel to the states listed on the CA state travel prohibition list.  ARA and SAD grants will, therefore, not be approved for travel to the following states:  

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Arizona
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • West Virginia

How Much Can My Club Be Granted?

Organizations and Clubs are eligible for up to $600 per academic year.

ASI Travel Funds

ASI is in full compliance with California State Attorney General’s website, https://oag.ca.gov/ab1887

  • For the National Transportation Fund, the conference MUST be a national conference held in one location, one time per academic year.  
  • For the National Championship Fund, the club /organization, must have QUALIFIED through a competition to be eligible for the Championship. 

National Transportation Fund Guidelines and Allocations

National Championship Fund Guidelines and Allocations

How Long Do I Have to Claim My Funds?

All requests for reimbursement must be received by June 1st of each academic year.