Here you will find information about the funding boards on campus. If you need additional information, please visit each site and access the contact information available to ask your questions. The University of Illinois is dedicated to supporting the growth, involvement and development of its students, faculty and staff. The university's commitment to enriching the lives of the community is what makes it a leader on the forefront of the educational field.
Student Cultural Programming Fee (SCPF)
The SCPF funds culture-specific programming for African American, Asian American, Latino/a, Women's, LGBT, and Native American students. The purpose is to advance cultural awareness, promote diversity, and educate the campus as a whole. Events must be free to the entire campus.
Student Organization Resource Fee (SORF)
SORF funding is comprised of the mandatory $5.50 fee all students pay each semester. These funds are allocated to Registered Student Organizations that apply for funding equipment, events, or off-campus travel that is relevant to the organization's mission. Funds are allocated by the board of elected students and appointed staff.
Student Sustainability Committee (SSC)
The SSC funds projects that will help continue the university's reputation of being one of the leading universities in sustainability. Two funds, the Sustainable Campus Environmental Fee and the Cleaner Energy Technologies Fee, are collected each year and then allocated to the projects deemed the most beneficial to the university's dedication to sustainability and environmental awareness.