Refer to this page here, courtesy of the LEAD Center.
Most ASUC funding comes from CGO Grants & Scholarships. ABSA budget allocations can be viewed here.
All student organizations are strongly advised, and ASUC-sponsored student organizations are required, to have their financial accounts on campus, where they are maintained through the SU Finance office. Student organization’s agents have 24 hour access to view and manage their accounts via CalLink. You can learn more about student organization banking here.
Access to make purchase requests is provided through the Finance tab in CalLink. Learn more about accessing your funds here (scroll down to read the FAQs at the bottom). If you are spending money provided to you from the ASUC, you need to have a member of your organization become certified as an agent here (scroll down to read the FAQs at the bottom). The agent also has to be part of the process of advancing the stage of a CalLink request. Read more about spending restrictions for ASUC funds here.
If your student organization is sponsored by the ASUC, that means that you are under the fiscal umbrella of the ASUC. When you became ASUC-sponsored, the ASUC extended its 501(c)3 non-profit status to your organization. Thus, donors may be able to get tax write-offs when they make a donation to your organization. To apply to use the ASUC’s tax ID, fill out the tax ID request form here.
Interested donors can visit the online donation portal for a streamlined donation process.
Alternatively, donation checks can be mailed to the following address:
2465 Bancroft way, Berkeley, CA, 94720-4500
Visit the SU Finance, which is a kiosk with a glass window into the hallway, right beside the LEAD Center at 432 Eshleman Hall. For help finding the Business and Finance Office, see the Eshleman Hall floor plan.