Less Money Fewer Jobs: Final Budget for Student Organizations Approved

Find out how much each student organization will receive in the coming year.

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Gregory Cox, Managing Editor

After six months of deliberations, student organizations now know how much funding from student fees they will receive next fiscal year — starting July 2016 until June 2017.

Last Friday, Vice President of Student Affairs Corey King signed off on the budget made by the University Budget and Appropriations Committee. Next year’s budget include select cuts, like the 51 percent that Owl TV lost, while other organizations will receive more money, like the Activity and Service Accounting and Budget Office.

Take a look below to find out how much each organization will receive next year compared to the last. Accounts that have zero dollars for the coming school year will be funded by the Student Affairs department and not student fees.  

Gregory Cox is the managing editor of the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email [email protected] or tweet him @gregcox92.