This form should be used by off-campus advisors of USI registered student organizations to request a login to access the organization's OrgSync portal. If you are an alumni of the University of Southern Indiana, you should use your myUSI login and should not need to request a login.
If you have questions, contact Student Development Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-465-7167.
Student Organization Advisor Agreement Fall 2016-Spring 2017
Fundraising, Sales, and Solicitation are ways that organizations seek to raise funds. Whether those funds are raised to boost the personal budget or to increase funding for a philanthropy, it is important for us to keep up with the great things that your organizations are doing at USI.
Complete the Fundraising, Sales, and Solicitation form to get your organization to the next step in the process!
All University travel by a student organization must be approved in advance of the trip and before making any financial commitments.
Prior travel approval insures the following:
the traveler's advisor and/or department approves of the activity,
funds are available for reimbursement of expenses when applicable,
travel is allowable with the funding source,
staff/faculty traveling with organization is covered under workman's compensation insurance when applicable
approved actions while on official travel are actions by a University representative; without approval the same actions could be considered as those by a private individual for which the traveler could be personally liable, and
the safety and interest of students are addressed.
This form is to be filled out every time your organization travels, including all local travel. Based upon the responses, you will be directed to any additional forms that need to be completed. You will be able to register up to four local trips that also does not include university funding.
***If your travel is not local (Evansville, Henderson, New Harmony) download this filebefore you begin and list all of your travelers. You will be asked to upload this completed file as part of this online form.
SpringFest is on the hunt for committee members! The committee is looking for students to serve in one of the open committee positions. All members of the committee will brainstorm and come up with the SpringFest events. Below is a brief description of the committee positions available. *Keep in mind that tasks/duties are not limited to what is described here.
Committee Director (up to 2 position(s) available)
The coordinator will oversee the work of the committee along with the advisors. He/She will be responsible for delegating tasks, representing the organization on campus, and coordinate committee meetings. The coordinator will also be responsible for the large scale entertainment event during SpringFest.
Marketing Coordinator (1 position available)
This person will oversee the marketing and promotion of SpringFest and all the events that occur. Promotion will include working with social media, some graphic design, and brainstorming on SpringFest giveaways.
Outreach Coordinator (1 position available)
This person will oversee the recruitment and training of the volunteers needed to make SpringFest go well. He/She will also be tasked with finding new ways to incorporate campus into SpringFest and vice versa.
Daytime Events Coordinator(s) (2-3 positions available)
The individual(s) selected for this position will plan and execute the daytime events hosted by SpringFest on campus. The logistics and event management will be this individual(s) responsibility.
Night Event Coordinator(s) (2 positions available)
The individual(s) selected for this position will plan and execute the evening events hosted by SpringFest on campus. The logistics and event management will be this individual(s) responsibility.
Applications will be open until October 7. Candidates chosen for interviews will be notified October 11.
To be eligible for the committee, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, be a full-time USI undergraduate student, and a strong interest in planning quality events for USI students. If selected, a student will serve from November 2016 to September 2017 and students will need to be available to meet at a regularly scheduled time between 8am-6pm, one day a week.