ARH provides funding for residence hall-related events.
Programs must be open to all residence hall students.
Programs must be sufficiently advertised or publicized within all of the residence halls.
Advertisements must state the program is sponsored by the Association of Residence Halls.
The program must be held in a residence hall or directly outside a residence hall. “Co-programming” programs may also be held in the Bone Student Center, the Bowling and Billiards Center, or any location on campus that the ARH executive board and general assembly sees fit.
A funding request form must be completed and submitted to the ARH treasurer.
Funding requests for programs must be submitted no later than three days prior to the General Assembly meeting before the program takes place.
Funding requests will not be approved for programs that have already taken place at the time of submission.
Once all purchases for the program are made, receipts (or copies of receipts) must be submitted to the ARH treasurer in a timely manner. Receipts turned in after the semester in which the program was held will not be reimbursed. This may be altered in special cases at the treasurer’s discretion.
ARH will not reimburse tax under any circumstances. Individuals in need of a tax exempt form may request one from the treasurer.