The purpose of the Student Activity Fee (SAF) is to provide financial support for student organizations that are related to the educational purpose of the University of Virginia. As a mandatory student fee, the monies collected by the University for funding student activities are public funds that must be administered in a manner consistent with the educational purpose of the University as well as with state and federal law.
The SAF Guidelines have been developed as a comprehensive guide to assist student groups that receive money from the Student Activity Fee. This guide must be read before your group submits a budget applying for SAF funds. This is where you will find information on what is fundable and not fundable along with the basic distinctions among types of funding. Download the SAF Guidelines
Should you have any questions regarding the Appropriations process, please email email@example.com. For all other VPO related concerns, please email Kyle West, Vice President for Organizations.
The Student Activities Fee Guidelines:
Frequently Asked Appropriations Questions:
The Appropriations Process
Who is the Student Council Appropriations Team?
Requirements for Receiving Student Activity Fee (SAF) Funds
Restriction on Funds
Special Considerations & Other Budgeting Guidelines
Submitting a Budget
Rolling Rounds versus Semi-Annual Rounds
Hearings, Deliberations, Allocations, & Appeals
Reallocations & Emergency Funding
Should you wish to re-allocate or request emergency funds distributed to your organization, please email the re-allocation request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessing Allocated Funds