The WSU Vancouver Services and Activities (S&A) Fees Committee met in March 2022 to discuss and recommend budget allocations for summer 2022 and academic year 2022-2023, following established guidelines. The recommendations, presented to President Kirk Schulz on April 5, 2022 were approved by the WSU Board of Regents at their meeting on May 6, 2022.
The allocations to campus groups, considered expenditures of the committee, are outlined in the table below.
|American Democracy Project||$3,900|
|Career Action Center||$83,500|
|Childcare Subsidy Program||$8,000|
|Club Operating Budget||$70,000|
|Cougar Food Pantry||$56,823|
|Engaged Learning and Career Action Center||$10,000|
|Graduate Travel Grant Program||$40,000|
|OSI Operating Budget||$492,333|
|Salmon Creek Journal||$45,833|
|Student Activities Board||$111,051|
|Student Life Building||$120,000|
|Students Helping Students||$27,700|
|Undergraduate Travel Grant||$15,000|
|The VanCougar Newsmagazine||$93,448|
More information regarding the WSU Vancouver S&A Fees process can be found here.