The FAO committee allocates funds to RSOs for events, projects, and promo items. Funding level for each category can be found in the Spending Policy. Organizations can apply to be funded at 50% via a Senate Bill. Applications and other requirements can be found on the SG website under Funding.
The Operations Review & Sanctions Committee (ORS) audits the funding that the Student Body Senate allocates to ensure that funds are being spent properly. ORS gives out sanctions to individuals or Registered Student Organizations that are found in violation of misusing funds. The committee debates, amends and passes measures pertaining to Title VIII, The Finance Code of the Student Body Statutes. ORS analyzes Verification of Purchases Forms, which verifies that RSOs use funds accordingly. Additionally, ORS reviews Post-Funding Forms, which provide feedback for the funding process.
CRT is the committee that gets students connected with their passions. Through CRT, students have the opportunity to travel to locations around the world and meet other students and professionals with the same interests.
The Elections and Appointments Committee’s job is to oversee the rules and procedures of a Student Government election. This is found in Title VI. Additionally, the committee also presides over the appointment process, where appointees must attend a hearing within the committee before being seen on the Senate floor.
LJR, Legislative, Judicial, and Rules, is an Internal Committee in SG Senate. The LJR committee deals with the constant update and review of the SG governing documents. LJR’s work allows for the smooth function of all of SG and how we deal with each student and RSO.
The Government Affairs and Policy (GAP) committee serves to increase student engagement with civic education and current events. The GAP committee facilitates relationships between the student body and local elected representatives and government officials., serving as a non-partisan research committee to connect students to issues, proposals, and changes that affect college-aged students as well as advocacy avenues for both sides of the policy at hand. GAP also has the annual responsibility of establishing the Legislative Priorities for UCF’s Student Government prior to the State’s Legislative Session.
The SBA Committee directs student needs through advocating and creating legislation to put the voice of Student Government (SG) behind student focused efforts. This is done through tabling, RSO representation, and our online Form; using this form, SG can better address ideas, concerns, and feedback from the student body.
SBA Concern Form