Allocation Processes (Atlanta)
The Student Activity Fee Committee allocates lump sums to fee councils and colleges. The fee councils, which include Arts, Diversity, Media, Student Government Association, Student Bar Association, International Student Association (ISAC), Academic Team Council, Honors College and University-Wide, must have a student majority membership. Each fee council and college must create an annual allocation process. Most of the colleges and fee councils hold their annual allocation process during the spring semester. It is important to check with the fee council representatives regarding their annual allocation process. Anyone who cannot locate their funding information should locate their fee council or college below and select the name of the fee council or college representative to contact them.
Student Activity Fee Guidelines: The Student Activity Fee Guidelines provide a complete list of all current policies which govern the Student Activity Fee Committee and provide insight into the allocation process.
Student Activity Fee Overview: The Student Activity Fee Overview provides basic guidelines for the expenditure of Student Activity Fee funds.
Colleges and Fee Councils
|Colleges and Fee Councils||Contact Person|
|Academic Team Fee Council||Jeannie Grussendorf|
|Andrew Young School of Policy Studies||Colleen Perry|
|Arts Fee Council||Crystal Maddox|
|Atlanta Campus Wide||Shantavia Reid-Stroud|
|Brydine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions||Ashley Helvig|
|College of Arts and Sciences||Sheadrick Stevenson|
|College of Arts and Sciences||Shanetha Dugger|
|College of Education||Stephen Rosner|
|College of Law||Alexis Martinez|
|Diversity Fee Council||Bernard McCrary|
|Honors College||Karen Simmons|
|International Student Association (ISAC)||Mike Townsend|
|Media Fee Council||Bryce McNeil|
|Robinson College of Business||Colleen Joyce|
|School of Public Health||Gina Sample|
|School of Public Health||Denise Gouveia|
|Student Bar Association||Alexis Martinez|
|Student Government Association||Gail Sutton|