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Current Resources for Smeal Student Organizations

As a member of a recognized Smeal student organization, you have access to a wide variety of resources that can be used for the development of your group.  This portion of the site will detail the options available to you, and it will also outline some of the rules and regulations in place to help govern your organization.  Here you will find information pertaining to the following:

CLUB EVENT AND MEETING RESOURCES
CollegeNet- Event Reservations

This link will take you to the CollegeNet website in order to submit Event and Meeting Reservation requests.

Please contact the Student Organizations Manager for any questions or concerns. You may also contact the Event Management office by visiting 125 HUB or emailing HUBevents@psu.edu.

Food Waiver Form

Use this form if your organization will be hosting an event and/or meeting at which food will be served. Be as specific as possible when filling out the Food Waiver Form.

The Food Waiver Form must be submitted to the Student Organizations Manager at least two (2) weeks prior to the meeting/event.

Event Registration Form

Complete this form for ANY events or meetings your club is hosting. Please have Event Reference Number as provided by 25Live/CollegeNet (2017-ABCDEFG) ready in order to submit.

Failure to submit your event and/or meeting may jeopardize your club’s recognition with the Smeal College of Business.

FINANCIAL RESOURCES
University Park Allocation Committee (UPAC) Click the link to learn more information about applying for Student Allocation Fees to help support your club’s mission
Smeal Allocation Board Click the link to learn more information about applying for funding through the Smeal Allocation Board to help support your club’s activities

 

SPECIAL NOTE: All interactions with professionals can carry with them potential networking opportunities.  Noting that, it’s important to realize that not all interactions are the same.  If your organization wants to make inroads with a company for recruiting purposes, it’s important to note that in your application.  If you would like to hear from an executive or strategy leader on a particular topic, that can also be facilitated.  However, it should be realized that the latter type speaker may not be visiting with a recruiting agenda.  The more detail that you can provide in the application the greater the ability of staff to find a quality match.