The CFC Board consists of 13 dedicated undergraduate students who help support student organizations by allocating funding to their events, programs, and publications. Members gain experience in budget review, grant allocation, leadership, and group dynamics. The CFC Board is selected during Winter quarter each year to serve during the following year through a collaborative interview process with the Center for Student Involvement and ASUCD.
Any undergraduate student can apply to become a member of the Club Finance Council Board. Applications are due Sunday, April 29. CFC Board members are typically involved in a variety of campus activities, and have a working knowledge of the campus policies and procedures that relate to student organizations. This is a volunteer position.
2017-2018 Board Members
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Chair Vice Chair