Johnson at Cornell University | Groups

Johnson Student Activities & Special Events Office
107 Sage Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853

Johnson student clubs & organizations generally have the following funding sources (listed in order of preferred use):

  1. Graduate and Professional Student Assemblies Finance Commission (GPSAFC) - Funds can be requested by the deadline set each month August-March -- up to the Funding Tier maximums, and within GPSAFC Funding Guidelines. NOTE: these funds can only be used for events occuring on campus that are open to the entire graduate community, and must be spent as requested in the approved budget. Reimbursements are processed for pre-approved expenses, and some direct-charges can also be facilitated with certain campus and local vendors. If GPSAFC funds are approved, but not used in the academic year for which they were approved, the money is forfeited as of the day after graduation each year. NOTE: whenever your club is using this money, be sure to include "Funded by the GPSAFC. Open to the Graduate Community. Please contact EMAIL regarding any accommodations you may need to attend this event." on all posters, emails, programs, etc. GPSAFC funded events must also be posted on the Cornell University Calendar in addition to the Johnson School CampusGroups calendar.
  2. Membership fees/dues - deposited into club checking accounts
  3. Ticket sales from events - deposited into club checking accounts
  4. Fund raising activity (sale of promotional items, etc.) - deposited into club checking accounts. 
  5. Johnson Student Budget Committee (SBC): This organization provides financial support for student activities. More information on the SBC.
  6. Johnson Student Council Title-Town: Case Competition Initiative: Funding is available to teams representing Johnson at high profile case competitions. More information on Title-Town.
  7. Corporate Funding and Sponsorship - The Johnson Office of External Relations provides oversight for club corporate fundraising, sponsorship, and executive speaker requests.  See Club Corporate Outreach for additional information.