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Student Organizations Council Forms

To download any of the forms involved with Student Organizations Council, click the links below.

Manuals and Guides

Operations Manual

A document aimed at answering questions about running and operating a student organization.

Download (pdf)

Advisor's Manual

A manual explaining the role of a Faculty Advisor in a student organization.

Download (pdf)

Events Planning Manual

A working document intended to aid students through the necessary steps when planning an event.

Download (pdf)

Reservations Guide

An important guide with information on how to reserve a space on campus.

Download (pdf)

Student Organizations Policy

The policy for becoming an official student organization on Earlham college's campus.

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SOC Petition of Recognition

Guidelines for creating a written constitution in order to become an officially recognized club or organization on campus.

Download (pdf)


Student Organizations Information form

This form must be completed and submitted no later than 15 days after class has begun in order to attend allocations and retain SOC recognition for next semester.

Fill out the form

SOC Funding Process

This document explains the funding process for all recognized student organizations

Review form

Special Request Form

This form can be used to receive special allocations above the amount a club was allocated in the normal allocations process.

Fill out the form

No Sweep Form

If an organization has not spent all of its allocation, it must fill out this form 2 weeks prior to the end of the semester in order to hold the money over.

Fill out the form

Transferring of Funds Form

This allows allocated money to be transferred between student organizations.

Fill out the form

Convener Information Form

Fill out the form

Budget Form

Fill out the form

Budget Template

This template can be used to create the budget for an eent, which must be presented together with a description of the event in order to have a full proposal when requesting special allocations.

Fill out the form

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