In 2012 students passed a referendum to increase the program board fee in order to strengthen the level of entertainment that ASPB provides. Currently ASPB is completely student lead and student funded. The referendum has allowed ASPB to be completely self-sustaining while allowing us to keep events FREE for UCR students; secure better, current, and relevant artists in today’s music industry; enhance interactive event attractions; and accommodate rising operational costs.
Fee increase begin effectively as follows:
*25% of the fee will be returned to financial aid to help offset costs for students who are eligible for financial aid
This year, the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) will award $15,000 each quarter in programming co-sponsorship grants to a variety of student organizations and campus departments at the University of California, Riverside. This co-sponsorship grant will help fund programs that contribute to the vibrancy and diversity of the UC Riverside campus community.
If you are interested in applying for a ASPB co-sponsorship grant, begin by completing the online application and submitting a budget sheet. Please review the guidelines on this page and in the online application to ensure you are in compliance with all the co- sponsorship grant guidelines. The online application will request basic information about your event. The budget sheet will require you to come up with a working budget for your program that will need to be submitted separately. Please make sure that the numbers you present in your budget sheet are accurate, as ASPB will refer to this when deciding the exact fund allocation. Keep in mind that the more information you present on the application, the easier it will be for ASPB to get a clear picture of your event. After you submit your application, ASPB will notify you via email to confirm that the application was received.
After ASPB confirms that your application has been received, you will be asked to present your event proposal to the ASPB board. This is a chance for you to give an overview of your event to the board and for the board to clarify any questions they may have. You will receive an email with instructions on how to sign up for a date and time for you to come in and present. You must send a representative for your organization to give the presentation that is KNOWLEDGABLE of the event and budget. If you are unable to present to the board, ASPB will have to deny your application for co- sponsorship. The presentation should be no more than 5 minutes. It should cover the following areas:
The ASPB Board will review each organization’s application and presentation. The Board then votes on each event proposal to determine exact fund allocations. Not all event proposals will be awarded co-sponsorship grants. You will be notified by email regarding your co-sponsorship grant status. If your organization receives a co-sponsorship grant, a representative from your organization must meet with ASPB Chair/ Advisor to discuss the fund allocation. Even if your organization does not receive a co-sponsorship grant, ASPB will be more than happy to lend our programming advice if needed.
Below are the ASPB Co-Sponsorship Grant Guidelines that each group must follow if they are awarded a Co-Sponsorship Grant:
- Submit your application by Friday, January 20th, 2017 by 5:00PM. Applications are time-stamped upon submission.
- You will also need to download and submit a BUDGET SHEET by Friday, January 20th, 2017 by 5:00PM. Please download and fill out the BUDGET SHEET.
- Please e-mail this Budget Sheet to email@example.com. Failure to submit a budget sheet by this deadline will disqualify your application
Quarter for a cause is an initiative started in 2011 in which ASPB chooses a cause or social issue to spread awareness to the campus. It consists of internal service learning projects, event incorporation, and organization partnerships. Quarter for a cause works to spread social consciousness, provide growth for the ASPB board, and build community with both campus and outside organizations.