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OSLA Flyer Approval Policy


Flyers from registered student organizations that fall under the jurisdiction of the Office of Student Leadership and Activities must be submitted for approval prior to posting on campus.


  • Flyers can be dropped off between 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday through Friday or (preferably) emailed to osla@desu.edu

  • Flyers will be approved within two business days or 48 hours from when they are submitted for approval

  • Off-campus advertisements that are not affiliated with the University will not be approved.

    • Advertisements for off campus parties will not be approved.

    • Any flyer with an image or writing that makes an inappropriate reference to alcohol or drugs will not be approved.

    • Flyers should use inclusive language and demonstrate respect for all individuals.

  • Please make copies of flyers AFTER approval

  • The student organization must remove all posters, the day after the event is held

  • All flyers must include contact information that has as a minimum a campus e-mail address and campus phone number

Steps for Flyer Approval

Step 1: Complete reservation in Event Management System in myDESU

Step 2: Receive approval e-mail from Event Manager Administrator

Step 3: Craft flyer and receive approval from Advisor

Step 4: After Advisor approves, send Event Management approval email with flyer attached to OSLA for review (cc: advisor)

Step 5: After OSLA Approval, Advisor and student organization treasurer sign “Copy Slip” from Copy Center; bring it to OSLA for signature

Step 4: Take signed copy slip to copy center to make flyers

Step 5: Bring flyers to OSLA to stamp APPROVED on each individual flyer

Step 6: Remove flyers after your event

Consequences of Illegal Flyer Posting

All clubs or organizations will be given one warning for violating the flyer posting policy. If a second violation occurs, the club or organization will lose their right to have flyers approved for one semester.


Conference and Events
Mission of the Conference, Events and Ticketing Department

The Conference, Events and Ticketing Department oversees the reservation and event set up processes and services for events and meetings that take place at Delaware State University. The primary goal of the Department is to complement the academic mission of the University by providing our clients with desirable spaces to engage in co‐curricular activities and support academic, cultural and community engagement. Through its role as the major provider of coordinated scheduling and events management services for the University community and its partners, the Department also strives to generate sufficient revenue to offer and maintain the highest quality facilities, staff, and services.

The Department strives to:


  • Maintain consistent scheduling, reservations, ticketing, contract creation, approvals, facilities management policies and priorities;

  • Charge consistent fees and generate contracts for use of facilities and services;

  • Communicate the consistent processes for facility usage outside of scheduled classes;

  • Minimize scheduling conflicts;

  • Monitor the number of events simultaneously occurring each day to prevent the overuse of facilities and grounds, and efficiently manage the workload of services personnel. 

For more information please contact the Conference and Events team at 302-857-7306.

ANNUAL ASSESSMENT REPORT

Student organizations at Delaware State University must establish strategic and systematic plans and processes to evaluate the viability of their programs, activities, and events. Policies and procedures outline the internal and external accountability expectations with regard to student learning and guide how the organization can determine learning outcomes. The below process employs sufficient and sound measures to ensure comprehensive analysis is being conducted on how your organization affects students and other constituencies. This assessment report may be submitted electronically to osla@desu.edu by the last day of each month, submitted during the monthly Student Leadership Institutes, or submitted annually by April 15th. Organizations that do not submit this report risk reduction or loss of privileges.



PROCESS

Complete a document that includes the name of your organization and the date of submission to OSLA for review. Please list programs, activities, or events sponsored by your organization for the current academic year that fit within the six domains that govern your organization’s goals and objectives. As a review, the six domains are:



      1. Knowledge acquisition (connecting knowledge to other knowledge, ideas, and experiences

      2. Cognitive complexity (critical thinking, reflective thinking, effective reasoning, creativity)

      3. Intrapersonal development (self-appraisal, self-understanding, identity development, commitment to ethics and integrity, spiritual awareness)

      4. Interpersonal competence (establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships, interdependence, collaboration, effective leadership)

      5. Humanitarianism and civic engagement (understanding and appreciation of cultural and human differences, social and civic responsibility, global perspective.

      6. Practical competence (effective communication, technical competence, managing personal and career aspirations, demonstrating academic achievement, maintaining health and wellness)

Attach assessment surveys, testimonials, or journals, or submit audio/video of student learning/constituent feedback. Submit all documents/forms/credentials to OSLA by April 15th each academic year. Your submitted forms will also be used to judge your organization’s candidacy for Student Organization of the Year awards. Questions may be directed to OSLA at 302-857-6390 or osla@desu.edu.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Student organization members work hard on producing programs and activities that generate knowledge about their mission, vision, and value to the campus community and community at large. Members and advisors are encouraged to track the organization’s successes and build a portfolio that celebrates their milestones. Each year at the Student Organization Awards Banquet, organizations have an opportunity to showcase their programs and activities and win recognition and money in terms of their performance throughout the entire academic year.

The below criteria is used to judge student organizations’ portfolios. Organizations vying for the below award categories must submit portfolios (preferably electronic portfolios as part of our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint) that include a summary of their year-long work demonstrating excellence in programming and activities and completing the six domains as outlined in the ANNUAL ASSESSMENT REPORT section of this handbook. Information from the assessment report and portfolios will be used to judge organizations for Student Organization of the Year awards.

NOTE: ALL PORTFOLIOS ARE DUE IN OSLA BY 4:30PM ON APRIL 15TH EACH ACADEMIC YEAR.

Portfolios will be judged by a committee of professional staff and students with no connection to the organizations being considered. Judging for student organization awards is open to all registered student organizations only.  Criteria for judging are based on completion of Annual Assessment Report, overall presentation of the organizations portfolio, and summary of activities/programming.  Additional criteria for judging are:



  1. Demonstration of excellence in programming and activities as it relates to the DSU core values (Diversity, Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Outreach)

  2. Demonstration of consistent adherence to campus policies and procedures

Winners will be announced at the scheduled Student Organization Award Ceremony as the following:

  • SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

  • ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

  • SORORITY OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

  • FRATERNITY OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

  • NEW STUDENT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

The awards below are given to organizations with the highest average GPA:

  • HIGHEST SORORITY GPA OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

  • HIGHEST FRATERNITY GPA OF THE YEAR: $1000.00

Advisors have the opportunity to be recognized for their valuable contributions to mentoring, coaching, and developing members of their student organizations throughout the last academic year. Student organization members and staff can nominate advisors for recognition using the STUDENT ORGANIZATION DISTINGUISHED ADVISOR OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM (APPENDIX C) . Distinguished Advisor of the Year will be evaluated on:

  • Availability to Student Organization

  • Use of appropriate information resources

  • Monitoring of organization progress toward leadership development and academic achievement

  • Mastery of institutional regulations, polices, and procedures

  • Ability to engage to developmental advising (career and life planning) versus simply staffing and event

The OSLA team can be contacted for information or inquiries regarding awards and recognition at osla@desu.edu.

POLICY ON SOLICITATION AND FUNDRAISING

Purpose:

Delaware State University (DSU) recognizes the need to protect the campus environment from uncontrolled solicitations, but acknowledges the need to support worthwhile causes and to have convenient access to a variety of merchandise and services. The University also recognizes the importance of raising financial and in-kind support from outside sources to benefit the University, its students, departments, and activities.



Definitions:

  • Solicitation is any verbal or written effort to raise funds through the sale of merchandise/services or through charitable donations as well as to influence or gain support for an issue or cause.

  • Proposal is any request for financial or in-kind support.

  • Associated Entity is any organization which is affiliated with DSU, but is not the University itself, and uses or intends to use the name, trademark, logo, or other University unique identifier. For example, the DSU Alumni Association, Sororities and Fraternities, Boosters and other like organizations are considered associated entities.

  • Campus is considered any physical property owned or leased by DSU.

On Campus Solicitation:

  • Solicitation is prohibited on campus without prior written approval per these solicitation guidelines.

  • DSU clubs, organizations, including athletic organizations, and individuals intending to solicit or sponsor a program on campus must obtain prior written approval from the Vice President for Institutional Advancement or Associate Vice President for Development at least 10 business days prior to the event (see APPENDIX D & APPENDIX E).

  • DSU clubs or organizations wishing to hold a raffle, bingo, lottery, or similar legally authorized game of chance on or off campus must receive written approval from the Vice President for Institutional Advancement or Associate Vice President for Development at least 10 business days prior to the proposed start date. Games of chance are subject to local, state and federal laws.

  • Instructors/presenters are prohibited from advertising services or products in classes without approval according to the guidelines for on campus solicitation.

  • Off-campus groups or individuals desiring to solicit on campus must obtain written approval at least 10 business days prior to the proposed start date from the Vice President of Institutional Advancement or Associate Vice President for Development and must be sponsored by a DSU club or organization. Requests without proper sponsorship will be automatically disapproved. The request must include the following:




    • Name of sponsoring organization

    • Vendor contact information

    • Purpose of solicitation

    • Preferred dates of solicitation

    • Methods used to solicit, including examples of advertising and publicity

    • Preferred location(s)

    • Target populations

    • Descriptions of products, programs, and/or written materials to be distributed.

  • Generally, solicitation on campus by off-campus groups or individuals is discouraged. However, activities which enhance the DSU community will be given serious consideration.

  • Profit-making solicitations (fund raisers) may be subject to a contractual relationship by which a negotiated percentage of sales will be allocated to the Delaware State University Foundation, Inc. or organization sponsoring the event.

  • Off-campus groups or individuals must abide by the policies affecting recognized university clubs and organizations.

  • All persons involved with a solicitation must respect the rights of individuals to refuse the solicitation being made.

  • Flyers and signs must be approved in accordance with the procedure for posting on DSU property before posting on campus. Solicitors cannot put flyers, cards or any type of advertising on cars in the campus parking lots.

  • Voice mail, email and campus monitors are for official DSU business only. See DSU Computer Usage Policy at www.desu.edu.

  • Any and all fundraising activities with concern to the athletic department, in which funds are to be used for specific athletic teams or athletic administration, must be cleared at least 10 business days prior to the proposed start of those activities through the Office of Development. Such fundraising activities include, but are not limited to, raffles, silent auctions, golf outings, souvenir sales, used equipment sales, and others. All monetary receipts through these fundraising activities must be accounted for as income.

  • Violations of any of the above policies may result in disciplinary action, legal action and/or sanctions.

Off-Campus Solicitation by Faculty, Staff and Administration

Faculty, staff and administrators shall involve the Office of Development in the earliest stages of and no less than 10 business days prior to soliciting monetary or non-monetary support by contacting the Associate Vice President for Development and /or designee prior to approaching a potential donor, sponsor or contributor for support. Under no circumstances should a proposal be submitted to a corporation or foundation without first receiving written approval from the Associate Vice President for Development or the Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Each proposal must go through an internal review process before it is submitted to a potential grant maker or funder.

The proposal review and approval process is as follows:


  • Contact the Associate Vice President for Development to request written approval for the grant application.

  • For academic units, the Principal Investigator/Program Director obtains the approval of the Department Chair and Dean regarding the proposal (solicitation), with particular attention to cash and in-kind budgets and committed outcomes. The Department Chair, College Dean, Provost, and Vice President for Institutional Advancement or Associate Vice President for Development approve the proposal (solicitation) by signing the Off Campus Solicitation Request Form for Faculty, Staff and Administrators. (See attached).

  • For non-academic units, the individual requesting funding of a proposal must obtain the approval of the immediate manager or appropriate officer (i.e., Director, Board Chair), with particular attention to cash and in-kind budgets and committed outcomes. The Vice President for Institutional Advancement or the Associate Vice President for Development approves the proposal by signing the University’s Off Campus Solicitation Request Form for Faculty, Staff and Administrators. (See attached).

  • For all units of DSU, the proposal must always have a cover letter signed by an authorized official of the University designated by the Office of Development. The Office of Development will prepare the cover letter for signature by the authorized official.

Because changes must sometimes be made to the proposal, on-going communication is necessary between the Program Director/Investigator and the Office of Development staff. The Program Director/Investigator should submit the proposal to the Office of Development no fewer than 15 business days before the delivery deadline or desired mailing date.

Off-Campus Solicitation by Students, Alumni and Associated Individuals or Entities

Students, alumni, and associated individuals or entities shall involve the Office of Development in the earliest stages of soliciting monetary or non-monetary support by contacting the Associate Vice President for Development or designee prior to approaching a potential donor, sponsor or contributor for support. Under no circumstances should a proposal be submitted to a corporation or foundation without first receiving written approval of the Associate Vice President for Development or the Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Each proposal must go through an internal review process before it is submitted to a potential grant maker or funder. The approval process is as follows:



  • Obtain a copy of the appropriate DSU solicitation review form.

  • Complete and submit the appropriate DSU solicitation request review form through the appropriate channels (Director of Student Leadership and Activities, Director of Alumni Affairs, or Other) to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement or the Associate Vice President for Development for approval prior to solicitation. (See attached).

  • DSU trademark licensing requests must be approved by the Vice President for Institutional Advancement or the Director of Integrated Marketing.

On-going communication may be necessary between the Office of Development and the requestor. The required information should be completed and submitted in electronic and paper form, including any proposal or written request, to the Office of Development no fewer than 10 business days before the delivery deadline or desired mailing date.
APPENDIX A

NEW STUDENT ORGANIZATION FORM

Thank you for your interest in registering your organization as an active student organization for the upcoming academic year. Our office is committed to helping your organization maximize it potential through efficient and adequate services. Please complete the following documents in order to register your student organization as a viable and active organization for the upcoming academic year:



  • Student Organization Roster

  • Governance Sheet (you may also attach your organization’s Constitution and By-laws if applicable)

  • Advisor’s Form

  • New Account Authorization Form

  • Validation Sheet

Submit all completed documents as one packet to the Office of Student Leadership and Activities (OSLA) located in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center (MLKSC), Suite 325. You may fax the forms to 302-857-7408 or scan the document to osla@desu.edu. All forms must be received by September 30th each academic year in order to be considered as an active student organization for the academic year in session. Organizations that submit all forms by September 30th will be considered for a mini-grant awarded through the Student Government Association budget.

No activities are permitted to be scheduled or performed until your organization has successfully completed the registration process. Your Advisor will receive an email confirming your registration status. For questions or inquiries, you may contact OSLA at 302-857-6390 (office phone), osla@desu.edu, or 302-857-7408 (office fax). NOTE: All organizations are required to have a current DSU staff member (actively working on campus) as an Advisor or Co-Advisor. The Vice President for Student Affairs or the Director of OSLA or their designee must approve whom you have nominated as an Advisor and Co-Advisor.



Welcome!

STUDENT ORGANIZATION ROSTER

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

Name of Student Organization: Budget Number:

Executive Board

Position

Last Name

First Name

Phone

Email

President













Vice President













Recording Secretary












Correspondence Secretary













Treasurer












Advisor













Co-Advisor













General Membership Roster

Last Name

First Name

Phone number

DSU Email

Alternate Email























































































































































GOVERNANCE SHEET

Mission Statement:




Goals:




Objectives that meet goals:




Learning outcomes:




ADVISOR’S FORM

Advising is a commitment to student development and student learning outcome. As an advisor, you confirm that you are an employee (person employed by the university on a full- or part-time basis, including academic professionals, administrators, classified staff, faculty, and service professionals) at Delaware State University and that you will notify OSLA immediately if your employment status changes. As an Advisor to a DSU active student organization, you agree to:



  1. To assist your student organization in developing realistic goals for the academic year. This will contribute to the educational and personal development of the students involved

  2. To be familiar with the Student Code of Conduct and other institutional guidelines that establishes expectations for student behavior and activities

  3. To be familiar with the student organization's constitution and all other governing documents, so that you may advise effectively

  4. Provide information and guidance to the student organization in the development and implementation of the organization’s programs and activities

  5. Coordinate organization matters with the OSLA

  6. Be in attendance at all organization activities and programs

  7. Exercise authority to cease any activity, meeting, or program and take responsible action to ensure the safety and security of all participants

  8. Ensure all activities are restricted to DSU students and authorized guest

  9. Sign and approve appropriate documents for activities, meetings, or programs on or off campus

  10. Facilitate study sessions to guide organization members through a successful matriculation

  11. Connect members to supplemental academic and social instructions when applicable

  12. To assist in the orientation of new members and with the transition process each year

OSLA is committed to your success as an Advisor. You will receive the opportunity to attend annual workshops and learning venues that strengthen your ability to serve your members. You will receive and ADVISOR’S MANUAL that guides you through DSU policies and procedures that govern student conduct and organizing, and sample forms for student events. You will also be invited to attend a recognition and reward ceremony that celebrates how we value your leadership.

Your signature below confirms your understanding of and agreement to the Advisor’s responsibilities above. Your signature also confirms you are a staff member at Delaware State University in good standing and actively working. Thank you for committing to an Advisor role.

Advisor Signature: __________________________________________ Date: ______________

Co-Advisor Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ______________

NEW ACCOUNT AUTHORIZATION FORM

TO: DSU BUSINESS AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT

3RD FLOOR – ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

FROM: DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES

Student Organization: ____________________________________________________

The above student organization is a new and active organization approved by the Director of the Office of Student Leadership and Activities. Please assign a new account number and annotate it below. Return a copy of this form to OSLA:

New Account Number: _____________________________ Account Date: ________________



Requests for disbursements from the account are authorized by the below individuals:

Printed Name of Treasurer or designee

Treasurer’s (or designee) Signature

Phone

E-mail


Printed Name of Advisor

Advisor’s Signature

Phone

E-mail


Printed Name of Co-Advisor

Co-Advisor’s Signature

Phone

E-mail


Printed Name of OSLA Director


OSLA Director’s Signature

Phone

E-mail

It shall be the responsibility of the Advisor and Treasurer of the above named organization to collect all funds and to deposit them regularly with the University cashier. The Advisor and Treasurer will serve custodial care over any vending machines or other personal property used by said organization in the production of income. Payments to vendors for merchandise, goods, or services in connection with the organization’s programs, events and activities shall be processed immediately after the occasion has terminated. It is expressly agreed that the funds shall be subject to normal operating procedures established by the University for the purpose of accountability.

VALIDATION SHEET

All applications are due to OSLA on September 30th each academic year by 4:00 PM. Grant funding is subject to the approved SGA budget structure for each academic year. Award of SGA mini-grants to student organizations are subject to review and approval of SGA Executive Council, the Director of OSLA, and the Vice President for Student Affairs. Formal notification of grant award will be sent to the Advisor’s email address.

Please sign and date the below indicating your review and understanding of the returning student organization process and mini-grant availability. Your signature also confirms the roster you are submitting for your organization is valid.

Signature and Date of President: _______________________________________________________

Signature and Date of Advisor: _________________________________________________________

Signature and Date of Co-Advisor (if applicable): __________________________________________

Mini-grant award amount: ________________________________ Date ___________________

Delaware State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, or disability

APPENDIX B

RETURNING STUDENT ORGANIZATION FORM

Thank you for your interest in registering your organization as an active student organization for the upcoming academic year. Our office is committed to helping your organization maximize it potential through efficient and adequate services. Please complete the following documents in order to register your student organization as a viable and active organization for the upcoming academic year:



  • Returning Student Organization Roster

  • Governance Sheet

  • Validation sheet

Submit all completed documents as one packet to the Office of Student Leadership and Activities (OSLA) located in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center (MLKSC), Suite 325. You may fax the forms to 302-857-7408 or scan the document to osla@desu.edu. All forms must be received by September 30th each academic year in order to be considered as an active student organization for the academic year in session. Organizations that submit all forms by September 30th will be considered for a mini-grant awarded through the Student Government Association budget.

No activities are permitted to be scheduled or performed until your organization has successfully completed the registration process. Your Advisor will receive an email confirming your registration status. For questions or inquiries, you may contact OSLA at 302-857-6390 (office phone), osla@desu.edu, or 302-857-7408 (office fax). NOTE: All organizations are required to have a current DSU staff member (actively working on campus) as an Advisor or Co-Advisor. The Vice President for Student Affairs or the Director of OSLA or their designee must approve whom you have nominated as an Advisor and Co-Advisor.



Welcome back!

RETURNING STUDENT ORGANIZATION ROSTER

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

Name of Student Organization: Budget Number:

Executive Board

Position

Last Name

First Name

Phone

Email

President













Vice President













Recording Secretary













Correspondence Secretary













Treasurer













Advisor













Co-Advisor













General Membership Roster

Last Name

First Name

Phone number

DSU Email

Alternate Email

























































































































GOVERNANCE SHEET

Mission Statement:




Goals:




Objectives that meet goals:




Learning outcomes:




VALIDATION

All applications are due to OSLA on September 30th each academic year by 4:00 PM. Grant funding is subject to the approved SGA budget structure for each academic year. Award of SGA mini-grants to student organizations are subject to review and approval of SGA Executive Council, the Director of OSLA, and the Vice President for Student Affairs. Formal notification of grant award will be sent to the Advisor’s email address.

Please sign and date the below indicating your review and understanding of the returning student organization process and mini-grant availability. Your signature also confirms the roster you are submitting for your organization is valid.

Signature and Date of President: _______________________________________________________

Signature and Date of Treasurer: _______________________________________________________

Signature and Date of Advisor: _________________________________________________________

Signature and Date of Co-Advisor (if applicable): __________________________________________

Mini-grant award amount: ________________________________ Date ___________________

Delaware State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, or disability

APPENDIX C

STUDENT ORGANIZATION ADVISOR OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM

(Please print):

Nominee’s Name: ___________________________________________________

Nominee’s Title: ___________________________________________________

Nominator(s): ___________________________________________________

Date: ______________________



Criteria:

  • Availability to student organization

  • Use of appropriate information resources

  • Monitoring of organization progress toward leadership development and academic achievement

  • Mastery of institutional regulations, policies, and procedures

  • Ability to engage to developmental advising (career and life planning) versus simply staffing and event

PLEASE EXPLAN WHY YOU CHOSE TO NOMINATE THE ABOVE INDIVIDUAL AND HOW THE INDIVIDUAL MEETS THE CRITERIA FOR THE AWARD (USE BACK SHEET IF NECESSARY)



































APPENDIX D

Delaware State University


dsuseal
On-Campus Solicitation Request Form

(Use additional sheets to respond to all questions.)

Date: __________________

Organization Requesting Permission: ________________________________________________

Authorized Organizational Representative: ___________________________________________

Representative’s Title: ________________________________________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________

City: ________________________ State: _________________ Zip Code: _________

Telephone: ____________________________ Email: ______________________________

Describe the purpose of your request (use additional sheets if necessary): ________________________

___________________________________________________ __________________________

What is the time period that you wish to solicit on campus? ____/____/20____ - ____/____/20____

If you plan to print materials for the solicitation, what are the intended contents? How many copies will be made? How many will be distributed? How? Who are the intended recipients? ______________________________________________________________________________

If you plan to use a speech or script, please attach the text. Also, what is the intended audience? ____________________________________________________________________________

What benefits will DSU receive from your on-campus solicitation? _____________________

____________________________________________________________________________

Have you read the Solicitation Guidelines _____? Do you agree to abide by them? ______

Signature: ______________________________ Title: ___________________________________

Director of Student Leadership and Activities_________________________ Date _______________

AVP for Development _________________________________________ Date _________________

VP for Institutional Advancement ________________________________ Date _________________

VP for Student Affairs _________________________________________ Date_________________



APPENDIX E


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Delaware State University

Fundraising, Sponsorship or Other Contribution – Off Campus


Conducted by Students

on behalf of the University, its Students, Departments, or Activities

Review Form


Title/Event:____________________________________________________________________


Donor/Sponsor (Who is being solicited?): _________________________________________________

Donor/Sponsor Contact Person: _______________________________________________________

Address: ___________________________________________________________________________

City: _________________________________ State: ______________ Zip Code: ________________

Telephone Number: _____________________ Email: _____________________________________

Person Requesting Donation/Sponsorship: __________________ Telephone No. _________________

Desired Mailing Date: ________________________ Deadline: _______________________________

Signatures Indicating Approval


Requesting Organizational Leader __________________________________ Date _______________

(If multiple donors or sponsors are being solicited, submit one form for each.)

Director of Student Leadership and Activities_________________________ Date _______________

AVP for Development _________________________________________ Date________________

VP for Institutional Advancement _______________________________ Date _______________

VP for Student Affairs_________________________________________ Date_______________



Attachments:

  • Grant/proposal guidelines from potential donor/sponsor, if applicable

  • Donation/Sponsorship request

  • DSU Trademark Licensing Request

  • Any supporting documents




Revised 5/2012

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