Student Organizations & Involvement Funding
Purdue student activities & organizations are not funded through a University-wide activities fee. Only the Purdue Student Government receives a direct subsidy from the University budget. Most student organizations are funded through membership dues and/or fund-raising activities.
Looking for other funding options? See additional sources below:
- SOGA – The Student Organization Grant Allocation Board distributes funds to student organizations recognized through the Student Activities & Organizations area of the Office of the Dean of Students, supporting their activities, events, travel, and services. SOGA is a Student Resource initiative supported by Purdue Student Government. Learn more and apply here.
- FSBIT – For Small But Important Things provides limited, one-time financial support to recognized student organizations pursuing worthy projects for which there are no other funds. The maximum award is $500. Learn more and apply here.
- Community Service Student Grant – Facilitated by the Office of Engagement, this program provides grants to Purdue students or student organizations for community service projects. Grant amounts range from $100-$1500. Learn more and apply here.
- Co-Sponsorships – Organizations can collaborate and co-sponsor events with another student organization, including Purdue Student Government and Purdue Student Union Board.
- Indiana Campus Compact Community Service Mini-Grants – Each grant offers students the opportunity to gain funding for service projects designed in collaboration with community organizations to meet real community needs. $100-$1000 is awarded for project supplies, materials, and some transportation and food costs. Applications are considered on a rolling basis and are due the 15th of each month. Learn more and apply here.