The purpose of the Food Vending Committee is to disburse the profits made from all campus snack and drink vending machines that are deposited into the Food Vending Committee account.
The committee will make allocations to any campus organization, faculty or student based on the following criteria:
1. Highest priority will be the purchase of equipment, facilities improvement, and services improvement for students and the campus community at large.
2. Funds should be given for on campus uses and generally to benefit the entire campus.
3. Residence Life social programming and facilities will continue to be a priority use.
4. Major campus events such as Homecoming, Spring Fling, Casino Night, etc.
Funds must be requested at least two weeks prior to the event taking place. Requests made beyond that time will be automatically denied. Due to the number of requests, $750 or 25% of the proposed budget, whichever is less, will be the most that is funded for any one event. Exceptions will be considered for events that have a high attendance and/or multiple events within the proposal.
To request funds, complete the form on Orgsync labeled “Food Vending Committee Funding Criteria.” Be sure to answer all questions in full. Upon submission of the request, you will be notified of the committee’s decision within five business days.
Once a request has been submitted the committee will review the proposal and determine whether to fund it. If committee members have additional questions, they will be emailed to the representative of the group for further clarification.
Notification as to action taken will be provided within five business days of the proposal’s submission. At that time, if the group is receiving funds, they will be emailed a form (see attached) asking them to account for the use of the funds. Any funds not used will be returned to the Vending Committee account.
The committee will be comprised of students including the following:
1. ASEOU Vice-President of Finance
2. Students at large (2)
3. RHA President
4. RHA Representatives (2)
Until the RHA is in place each academic year, three Residence Life summer student employees will act as representatives from each hall.
The Assistant Director for Housing will act as committee coordinator and will have no voting rights.
Any digital signage must be approved through the Center for Student Involvement before it can be posted around campus.
Due to the high number of clubs and consistent need to use Digital Signage on campus it necessary to have a concrete procedure to follow. By adhering to this procedure, clubs and organizations will be able to better utilize the resource of Digital Signage.
Please note: Due to renovations, digital signage is currently only displayed in Loso Hall. Digital signage for Hoke will be up and running within the first two weeks of Winter term.
This form begins the process of club/organization recognition as a represented group for Eastern Oregon University. Clubs and organizations must submit the Intent To Be Active Form prior to reserving rooms and event space, utilizing financial accounts and requesting funds, holding events, etc.
All student clubs/organizations are required to complete the process annually and need to become active each Fall (September/October).
Student clubs and organizations must register any event through the Center for Student Involvement. Depending on the complexity of the event, we may need additional information and/or approval from various departments and administrators. It is strongly advised that this form be submitted a minimum of 3 weeks in advance of the event.
The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) requires all registered student club/organizations to secure and maintain an advisor who is currently a full-time faculty or administrative staff member at Eastern Oregon University. CSI believes that student club/organization advisors are integral to the success of the organization and the development of its student leaders. In order to serve as an advisor, faculty or staff must sign an Advisor Agreement, which states the roles and responsibilities of an advisor.
Student Organization Office Space Allocation Application
Office space for recognized student organizations is being provided so that the officers and members of an organization will have a place to transact business. Office and storage space allocation is conditional upon proper usage and care of the assigned office and/or storage space.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 11 for the following year’s allocation. The applications are reviewed by the Hoke Advisory Board. Upon request by either the student organization or the Hoke Advisory Board an organization may be asked to make a presentation to the Hoke Advisory Board about their request.
Allocation of space will be based upon, but not limited to:
• History of the organization and its relationship with the University
• Involvement of the organization in campus life
• The number of students the organization serves
• Past office history
• Whether other office space/storage space is available to the organization elsewhere
• The fiscal responsibility of the organization
• Whether office space is essential to carrying out the mission or purpose of the organization
The Hoke Advisory Board will recommend office allocation to the Director of Student Involvement. Written notification of allocation will be made within one month of the deadline for applications and mailed to the contact person. Appeals may be made to the Hoke Advisory Board within one week of notification.
All recognized and registered student organizations eligible for office space. Current office space holders must reapply each year.
con·fab - Informal n. A casual talk; confabulation.
Bite-sized and interactive conversations about leadership will be had. Comfy spots to relax. Laughter. Inspiration waiting to serve us all. We're talking old-school conversations. Cafe-style seating. Some nosh and music. Join other students on campus as we get together, get real and talk. Free for EOU students.