Volunteer Opportunity: "Movin' On Up - Welcoming
Students to the Residence Halls and UWM"
University Housing is gearing up to welcome our students to campus, and
as a member of the UWM community, you are invited to join in on the fun!
New students begin moving in on August 28th, and continue through August
31. Students returning to Sandburg and Purin Halls will move in on September
1st and 2nd. Volunteer to be a part of the "Movin' On Up" team
by working a 4-hour move-in shift (7-11AM, 11AM-3PM, or 3-7PM) on any of
the dates listed above. Volunteers are needed to greet students (and their
friends and families), check out moving carts, help students unload their
belongings, and answer questions. Members of the "Movin' On Up" team
will receive a t-shirt commemorating the fun! The deadline to indicate
if you would like to be involved is August 15th. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (414) 229-3253 to let me know if you would like to be a part of
Student Organization Fair (Party with the Panther)
Party with the Panther is Wednesday, September 7th from 11am to 3pm in
Spaights Plaza. Still space for free tabling during the large event including
food and a
carnival. Email email@example.com with an organization name, contact person,
summer email and phone number in order to register.
Student Association Senate Meeting
Sunday, August 14 , 2005, 5.00 p.m., UWM Union Ballroom West (CHANGED
FROM GREEN HALL)
Student Organization Renewal Forms
Registration Renewal forms will sent via campus mail to all student organizations
in late August. These forms are due Friday, September 23rd by Noon. PLEASE
DO NOT WAIT until the last minute to fill out your form. Organizations
failing to renew will be made inactive and lose all funding, office space,
and/or other university resources. To remain an active organization on
campus, student groups must have four currently enrolled student listed
as contacts for the club with the Center for Student Involvement. To receive
funding, Student Association requires that all four contacts be enrolled
for 3 or more credits.
SAC Funding Meetings
The Senate Appropriations Committee Fall 2005 Emergency Grant meetings
(funding under $700) will be held on Tuesday Nights in room 250 of the
Union Building. All funding forms are due the preceding Wednesday at
3 pm to the Center for Student Involvement (Note: travel and event grant requests
must be turned in 6 weeks prior to the event or trip date) Here are the
meeting dates: 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 11/8, 11/22, & 12/6.
Large grant funding (over $700) for Fall 2005 semester is over. Organization
may only apply for emergency grants listed above. The Spring 2006 semester
grant meeting (over $700) will be held in November, but the meeting date
and form deadline have not been announced yet.
Spending SAC Allocations
Remember to come into the Center for Student Involvement to make arrangements
to spend any money SAC has allocated your organization. There are university
deadlines and procedures that must be followed in order for you to have
access to the money. Please include our deadlines for meeting with CSI
staff to discuss SAC awards. Minimum time to make funding arrangements
with the University:
Event: at least 6-8 weeks prior to the event date (contracts take
32 days to process)
Reimbursements are possible, but there are many restrictions on how state
funds are spent. It is best to see an Activities Adviser prior to making
any purchases or you may not be able to be reimbursed.
Travel: at least 21 days prior to departure
Operations: at least 14 days prior to expenditures
Student Organization Meeting times
Please email Nick Lemus, firstname.lastname@example.org, your group's meeting times for
Fall 2005. A Center for Student Involvement representative would like to visit
your meeting sometime during the semester and pass on valuable information.
It will also give students the opportunity to provide feedback and comments
on how the office can serve student organizations better. You don't have
to wait for someone to visit your meetings. Stop by the Center for Student Involvement with your questions. Have you co-sponsored with somebody lately?
Nick can help connect you to others sharing a similar goal. (350 Union
New Event Calendar
The Center for Student Involvement has been working on a new web site. The
new site will include an event calendar for student organization programs.
To post your programs, email your events planned for Fall 2005 to email@example.com.
If you want to know what is happening on a certain date call Nick at
229-6760 or check out the CSI calendar at www.activities.uwm.edu. This
will help your event get more students so you are not competing with
other organizations or departments.
Student Opportunities Fair (Campus Employment, Internships & Volunteerism)
As part of the 2005 UWM Welcome Week activities, the Career Development
Center is inviting you to participate in this year 's Student Job Fair
to be held on Thursday, September 1, 2005, 1:00P.M. – 4:30 P.M.,
in the Union Concourse. Work Study and Non Work Study Jobs available.
Bring your smile and a pen to fill out an application!
Powder Puff Football Game
The third annual Powder Puff game will be held on Tuesday, October 11th.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is now recruiting women to play in
the game. CAB is also looking for men to serve as cheerleaders. If you,
or your organization, is interested in participating, please contact
Kristin Ciezki at firstname.lastname@example.org
Homecoming Outdoor Movie
This year's Homecoming movie is tentatively set to be Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory. The movie will be shown on Wednesday, October 12th
at 8:00pm in Spaight's Plaza. Questions may be directed to email@example.com