Charter Workshop Schedule
Rechartering Workshops for 2018-2019 Academic Year
Every student organization at UNM is required to recharter each fall regardless of when they chartered the year before. This year's rechartering process will begin on August 1st and is only for groups who were chartered during the 2017-2018 academic year. It is mandatory that at least 1 officer (we encourage more) attends a Recharter Workshop before submitting their paperwork. The workshop will take approximately 45 minutes and you must be there for the entire process. View the Re-Charter Checklist for things to prepare for in the rechartering process. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. If you are late you will be asked to attend another workshop in the future. Below is a schedule of upcoming Rechartering Workshops. Click on the the date of a workshop from the list to RSVP.
Please note that if you arrive late, you will be asked to attend a different session.
Greek Recharter Workshop for 2018-2019 Academic Year
Communities who are part of Greek Life will have the opportunity to attend a recharter workshop during the mandatory, chapter presidents meeting on Friday, August 17, 2018. The workshop will take place in the Lobo Lab from 11:00 - 11:45 am. This is a closed workshop and is only available to students who are attendees of the Greek Life Chapter Presidents Meeting. Click Here to Sign Up
Law School Recharter Workshop for 2018-2019 Academic Year
Students who are part of the UNM Law School will have an opportunity to attend a recharter workshop at the Law School on north campus. This recharter workshop will closely tie in with the duties and opportunities that await Law School related Chartered Student Organizations. The workshop will be held on August 29, 2018. The workshop will take place in Bratton Hall, Room 2401 at 12:00 - 1:00 pm. If you are not able to attend this workshop, you may attend any of the recharter workshops in the Lobo Lab on main campus. See the schedule above for dates and times. Click Here to Sign Up
HSC Recharter and SGAO Workshop for 2018-2019 Academic Year
If you are a student who spends most of your time on north campus or are part of a Health Science Center related Chartered Student Organization, look no further! We are taking our show on the road! We will be hosting a recharter workshop on north campus in Domenici Auditorium on Monday, August 27, 2018. We will begin with the recharter workshop at 3:00 pm and continue with an SGAO spending workshop at 4:00 pm and top it all off with some words from GPSA President.If you are not able to attend this workshop, you may attend any of the recharter workshops in the Lobo Lab on main campus. See the schedule above for dates and times. Click Here to Sign Up
NEW!Faculty and Professional Staff Advisor Workshop for 2018-2019 Academic Year
This workshop is for the advisors of Chartered Student Organizations. If you are an advisor and are interested in learning more about the chartering process, benefits, resources, policies, and ways in which you can better support your students, then this is the workshop for you. We are interested in offering information to help you, help your students, as well as gather information from your perspective on how we can be a better resource for students, and advisors in Chartered Student Organizations. We will be hosting this workshop TBA in Fiesta Room on the 3rd floor of the SUB.
SGAO Spending Workshops for 2018-2019 Fiscal Year
The Student Government Accounting Office hosts workshops for chartered student organizations receiving budgets through either the ASUNM or GPSA Spring Budget Process. You will receive a copy of your new budget, helpful handouts, as well as information on how to make the most out of your ASUNM and GPSA funds.
Organizations must have at least two (2) officers attend one of these workshops before you may access your funds that become available July 1st. (This also applies to officers who have already attended workshops during previous years.)
Both officers do not need to attend the same workshop.
|* August||9th||Thursday||2:30-3:15||Lobo Lab|
|* August||14th||Tuesday||9:00-9:45||Lobo Lab|
|* August||16th||Thursday||12:00-12:45||Lobo Lab|
|* August||31st||Friday||10:15-11:00||Lobo Lab|
|* September||5th||Wednesday||10:15-11:00||Lobo Lab|
Please note that if you arrive late, you will be asked to attend a different session. (*) Denotes SGAO Spending Workshops that run back to back with SAC Chartering Workshop so you can complete both requirements in a quick period of time.
Does Your Chartered Student Organization Need Funding?
Undergraduate Student Organizations
ASUNM is the undergraduate student government and has several different opportunities for funding your student organization. The most popular option is the Spring Budget process. Chartered student organizations apply for funds during the early part of the spring semester for money that becomes available the next fiscal year starting in July. If you have missed the Spring Budget Process, the Fall Budget Process is an option. Early in the fall semester, chartered student organizations may apply for funds that can be used in the current fiscal year. Both the Fall and Spring Budget Processes have mandatory workshops where instructions and worksheets will be distributed. The Appropriation Process is another option for funding and the primary method for recieving money for travel and equipment. Each chartered student organization is allowed to apply for one appropriation a semester. For schedules and instructions regarding these processes, please go to the ASUNM website (asunm.unm.edu) or contact the ASUNM Finance Committee in SUB Room 1016, at 277-5528 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Student Organizations
GPSA is the Graduate and Professional Student Association and has several different funding opportunities for both graduate students and graduate student organizations. Grants and Scholarships through GPSA provide money for graduate students for different purposes and have different requirments. Graduate student organizations may apply for annual budgets, appropriations and/or PB funds. All funding opportunites have different rules and deadlines. Please consult the GPSA website (gpsa.unm.edu) for more information about funding for graduate students and graduate student organizations.