Wonder where fines for alcohol-related violations go? The Alcohol and Other Drug Committee has created a fund from which ANY student can request money to hold an alcohol-free event!
You heard right. If a residential student is found responsible for violating the alcohol policy multiple times or hosting a gathering where violations occur, they will be charged $50.00. In an effort to give 100% of the funds back to the campus population, we have created this form and process for any SAU student to request money.
The requirements are simple:
Once you fill out the request, the committee will vote on the request, and you will be contacted. If the committee has questions, the request will have to be re-approved.
All receipts must be turned in to Residence Life Coordinator (Bechtel/North) Anjie Swidergal in order for a reimbursement check to be processed.
Within 5 business days of the event or activity, an evaluation form must be filled out. If the evaluation is not turned in, 50% of the funding will be lost.
As of March, there is $490.50 available in the fund, and $309.50 has been used for 2 programs.
$14.50 was used to supplement The Hungry Games sponsored by Ambrosians for Peace and Justice in October 2013. $295 was used to fund t-shirts for the Get Twisted, Twister Tournament in February 2014.