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. After
awarded funds, ASI DOC funding reimburses organizations and clubs
for money spent on events, food, promotion, conferences and much
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. Viewpoint neutral
criteria for evaluation funding proposals will be the only
considered factors that are NOT tied to viewpoint such as fiscal
responsibility and level of services provided.
Who Is Eligible?
Official student organizations and clubs at Sacramento State
are eligible to apply for DOC funding. If awarded, the
organization or club 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 Accounting Services. You must
resubmit a new CAF anytime changes occur in authorized signers,
club name, etc. Please keep in mind that only the President,
Treasurer or authorized signer on the CAF may submit a DOC
What Is DOC Funding Used For?
Here are a few examples of how organizations and
clubs are using ASI dollars:
Member Only Events
Club promotional items (such as T-shirts, banners, etc.)
Events for General Public
Guest Speakers events that are open to all Sac State
Guest Speaker Gifts (non-faculty)
Door Prize Gifts
And much more! You tell us!
What Is DOC Funding Not Used For?
Unfortunately, an organization or club cannot use ASI DOC funds
to support the following activities:
Salary, stipends or wages to club advisors, club members, Sac
State faculty or staff.
Re-submission of a previously DOC funded event.
Funding for an event which took place prior to DOC funding
Expenditures that took place prior to submitting funding
Failure to attend a “Nuts & Bolts Workshop” during the
current fiscal year and before the application deadline date
Graduation paraphernalia or graduation-related expenses.
Events related to membership induction functions.
Fundraisers or events that charge admission.
Expenses for general club meetings including food. Requests
for food for special events (e.g. Info Nights, Guest Speakers,
etc.) will be honored.
Funding requests for donations to other organizations, clubs,
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 ban
list. ARA and SAD grants will, therefore, not be approved
for travel to the following states:
(The complete list of affected states is maintained on the
California State Attorney General’s website, https://oag.ca.gov/ab1887 ).
How Much Can My Club Apply For?
Official Organizations and Clubs Are Eligible for Up to
$3,000 Per Academic Year.
How Can I Receive Additional DOC Money?
If two official organizations and/or clubs apply together
for an event, each club is eligible for a one time only
additional $500 toward the event. Get creative and collaborate to
stretch your DOC dollar!
*Maximum additional funding limits do apply, for more information
call (916) 278-6784.