As we start a new year, Student Activities would like to remind CIO leaders of important information and dates. Please take a few minutes to read through this message. If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com. Included in this message is information on:
· Student Activities Flyer Competition
· SAC & MAC Resources
· Space Reservations
· Fundraising & Funding Information
· Important CIO Policies
· CIO Agreement/Club Sport Agreement Reminders
· Updating Primary Contacts in atUVA
· Student Activities Information
STUDENT ACTIVITIES FLYER COMPETITION. Do you want to win 50 free colored copies this semester in the SAC? If so, submit your CIOs best flyer in the Student Activities Flyer Competition!
The SAC will be accepting flyers January 13th-24th. The flyers will be featured in the MAC and students will be able to vote for the best flyer the week of January 27th-31st.
SAC& MAC RESOURCES. As an active CIO, you are able to use the resources found in the Student Activities Center (SAC) and Media Activities Center (MAC). For a list of resources visit http://www.virginia.edu/deanofstudents/studentactivities/?page_id=68.
RESERVATIONS. As an active CIO, you are able to make reservations on Grounds. All reservations are made through the SOURCE or you can visit Event Planning Services located on the fourth floor of Newcomb. With the use of all space, remember to treat the space in a respectful manner and to make sure it is returned to its original condition after use. Below is summary of important space reservation information.
- Newcomb Spaces: ODOS Event Planning is currently scheduling events in these spaces for Spring 2014: Newcomb Hall rooms, UVa Chapel, Ern Commons, Forum at O’Hill, Lambeth Commons and Conference Room, Runk Green Room, and Student Activities Building (SAB). If interested in these spaces, we recommend that you submit a request via the SOURCE as soon as possible.
- Academic Spaces: Requests for using academic classrooms must be done via the SOURCE. For detailed information on reserving academic space, please click here.
If you have any questions, concerns, or need more clarification, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further detail on space and availability please visit the Newcomb Hall Event Planning Services website: http://www.virginia.edu/newcomb/wordpress/?page_id=8
FUNDRAISING INFORMATION AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES. Please review the section below for information on fundraising and funding information:
· Spring Rolling Round 1: Funding Deadline =January 20th. Hearing=January 22nd.
· Spring Rolling Round 2: Funding Deadline=February 3rd. Hearing=February 5th.
· Spring Rolling Round 3: Funding Deadline=February 24th. Hearing=February 26th.
· Spring Rolling Round 4: Funding Deadline=March 17th. Hearing=March 19th.
The CPB functions primarily as a monetary resource for members of the University community who contribute innovative and wide-reaching cultural events. If you are interested in submitting a proposal for an upcoming event, please visit our website. For any additional questions or clarifications please contact Julie Roa at email@example.com
VPSA seeks to promote positive, healthy avenues of engagement in University life and, specifically, on-Grounds activities of interest to students as alternatives to events that involve alcohol. Program funding is event-specific, and may only be used to pay pre-approved expenses for that event. Application must be completed on the VPSA website.
Additional Funding Sources can be located on the Student Activities website: http://www.virginia.edu/deanofstudents/studentactivities/?page_id=387
POLICIES. Please take a few minutes to read over the policies highlighted below. As a CIO, you have agreed to abide by the University policies listed below. A full list of University policies can be found at http://www.virginia.edu/deanofstudents/studentactivities/?page_id=38.
As CIOs look to promote activities and events, we are asking for your cooperation and adherence to the University Posting & Chalking Policy. While the policy spells out requirements and expectations, the overarching spirit of the policy is to ensure the lasting beauty of the Grounds. More specifically, chalking on brick sidewalks, slate, and buildings can lead to significant damage to these structures. Please remind your members of this policy and our shared responsibility to preserve the University’s appearance.
As CIOs look to fundraise and solicit for activities and events, we are asking for your cooperation and adherence to the University Fundraising/Solicitation Policy. While the policy spells out requirements and expectations, the overarching spirit of the policy is to support the advancement of University or student organization goals and only secondarily those of a corporate sponsor.
For the purposes of this policy, solicitation is defined as selling, promoting for the purpose of future sales, commercial advertising, and canvassing. Fundraising is defined as any activity held by a student organization for the purpose of generating revenue to support the programs and activities sponsored by the organization.
Thinking about showing a movie at your next event or meeting? STOP AND READ FIRST!
In order to be able to reserve space to show a movie, you must make sure you have a public performance license. Why and what’s that, you ask? Copyright law states that when showing a movie that considered a public performance you must obtain the correct royalties/license as to not break copyright law. A public performance is defined by, “a place open to the public or any place where a substantial number of persons outside of a normal circle of a family or its social acquaintances are gathered.” It doesn’t matter if you own the movie, aren’t charging admission, just having an informal gathering, or you rented the movie, if the showing is going to take place in a public place you must obtain a license. Those that do not take measures to get a license will not be able to reserve space and could potentially face substantial fines. Have Questions and want to license a movie contact Swank Motion Pictures at http://www.swank.com/college/faq.html or the Student Activities Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazing is prohibited by state law and University policy. The University does not condone hazing in any form and all CIOs are required to abide by the University policy on hazing.
For more information on policies pertaining to CIOs please visit this site: http://www.virginia.edu/hazing/
CIO AGREEMENT/CLUB SPORTS AGREEMENT. In the New Year, please take some time to review the CIO Agreement and Club Sports Agreement. The agreements can be found here http://www.virginia.edu/deanofstudents/studentactivities/?page_id=38. It is especially important to review the CIO Agreement if your CIO has transitioned this semester. If you are a club sport, please make sure you read over the agreement because it has been revised.
- Please remember to use the University’s name as “XYZ Club at UVa” if you are creating urls, Facebook pages, Twitter handles, t-shirts, etc. CIOs also need to seek approval to use University logos (Rotunda or Sabers) before posting them on flyers, website pages, t-shirts, etc. This information can be found in section 4 of the CIO Agreement.
- Please remember to include the non-affiliation language in section 3 of the CIO agreement on Facebook pages, websites, formal email communication, etc. The CIO agreement also covers information about taxes, liability (language for members to read over), funding, use of facilities, etc. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kendra Paisley at email@example.com.
UPDATE PRIMARY CONTACT IN ATUVA. If your CIO has transitioned, please remember to have the old primary contact update atUVa with the new primary contact. This is how Student Activities communicates with CIOs, so it is very important to make sure the contact is up to date. This video tutorial can help you update your primary contact http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzqCrpQA8Oc. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
CIO RENEWALS. CIO renewal for 2014-2015 will start in April. Please remember ALL CIOs are required to renew their CIO during that time. Information about renewals will be going out in mid-March. For more information, please visit the Student Activities website.
SPACE ALLOCATION PROCESS. Information about space allocations will be going out in mid-February if you are interested in space for 2014-2015. If you currently have space, you will need to reapply for the new school year.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES. The Staff in Student Activities exists to provide services, support, information, and consultation to CIO leaders. Located in Newcomb 149 and 164, the staff is available to field questions, troubleshoot and assist CIOs in all aspects of leadership and organizational development. Please stop in to Newcomb or email us at email@example.com
STUDENT ACTIVITIES NEWSLETTER. Each month a different CIO will be featured in Activities atUVa. Submit a brief description with a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES SOCIAL MEDIA. Student Activities has several social media outlets that you can interact with us on. Please check out the different outlets and share this with your friends and other organizations:
- Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/uvastudentactivities)
- Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/uva_sa)
- YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/UVAStudentActivities
Have a great day!