In other news…


So sorry for the spam over the last few days. Below is a concise list about the steps of requesting funding under FAST (it is also attached as a google doc). We realize this transition may be confusing and encourage you all to send us questions! We are happy to help.
Additionally, our official website is up and running! Please share with your friends. The website contains information on FAST, steps for funding, public records about FAST decisions, and bios on our new Funding Facilitators.

Below are steps to Submit a Funding Request:

  1. Click here for a template budget.

    • This template has all of the necessary information to request funding from FAST.

    • Make a “copy” of the budget template so you can edit the form.

  2. Use this quick guide to prepare your budget. It has the major funding guidelines outlined in the Constitution and bylaws.

  3. After you fill out the budget template or make your own, use this link to submit your budget request to FAST.

  4. After you submit your budget to FAST, we highly recommend that you attend our office hours.

    • Our office hours for the Spring 2020 semester are Wednesdays 4-5ish and Sundays 7-8ish!

    • Our office is now called the “People’s Office,” this is the old CC/Fincom Office in Upper Paresky.

    • Funding Facilitators are help your RSO write budgets/funding requests, find other pots of money at the college, or simply answer any questions about the new funding process. We are paid to ensure you experience an accessible and transparent system of funding. We do all of this during office hours.

  5.  FAST decisions are deliberated within the funding body. Most decisions will be decided within 24 hours submission through an email to the RSO/student. Decisions will be publicized (in the drive folder and website) within a week of the original budget being submitted.

Your FAST Representatives: 

Tyler Johnson, ‘21, Club Sports and Competitive Teams;
Hipolito Vazquez, ‘22, Minority Coalition and Affiliated groups;
Ana Delgado Fernández, ‘22, Performance groups;

Maria Fernanda Estrada, ‘23, At-Large groups; and
Essence Perry, ‘22,  At-Large groups
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