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SOLE, Student Affairs IT, and Campus Life has developed an new online RCO funding system to help student organizations find and apply to funding sources to support their programs.  Funding proposals can only be submitted by signatories or group admins.  If you need helping changing signatories or creating group admins, please go to

Access the site at or via My.UCLA > Student Organizations > Funding Request 

For more information on all funding sources, feel free to contact your advisor in the Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement Office in 105 Kerckhoff Hall at 310-825-7041 or

Program Activities Board (PAB)

The Program Activities Board (PAB) is one of the major funding boards at UCLA for student programming. The PAB is established to provide student representation and participation in the administration and apportionment of Registration Fees for student programming. The Board allocates funds designated for student programming, evaluates and regulates this programming in cooperation with the University Administration, and provides a forum for soliciting student views on Board allocations and funding priorities. PAB is composed of two main committees: the Campus Programs Committee (CPC) and the Community Activities Committee (CAC). The CPC also maintains a MINIFUND for small event programming. Should student programmers feel that they have offered a program within the constraints given, and have been denied by one of the principal Committees, and that there has been a violation of due process, they may ask the Program Activities Board Appellate Review Board (ARB) to consider their grievance. The PAB and its respective entities are operated through the Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE) office who is the main contact point for more information.

Campus Programs Committee (CPC)

CPC provides funds for student initiated, student-organized cultural and education programs that take place at UCLA. The target audience for these programs should be UCLA. The exception to this are events that bring youth and/or community college students on campus for educational and outreach programs. These programs can apply to the CPC Youth Programming Fund for support.  To access information about the CPC funding go here -

If Your Program is Between These Dates

Proposal Deadline

(Submit to SOLE for hearing scheduling)

Approximate Date

Decision Released

PP***Oct. 1 - Nov. 19, 2020

 Oct. 1

 Oct. 16

 Nov. 20 – Dec. 18, 2020


 Oct. 1 (1st round)

Oct. 22 (2nd round)

 Oct. 16

Nov. 13

 Jan. 4 - Feb. 12, 2021


 Oct. 22 (1st round)

Nov. 12 (2nd round)

 Nov. 13

Dec. 4

 Feb. 13 – Mar. 25, 2021


 Nov. 12 (1st round)

Jan. 7 (2nd round)

 Dec. 4

Jan. 29

 Mar. 26 - May 6, 2021

 Jan. 7 (1st round)

Feb. 11 (2nd round) 

 Jan. 29

March 5

 May 7 – Jun. 18, 2021


 Feb. 11 (1st round)

April 8 (2nd round)

 March 6

April 30

*** If your program occurs before the decision release date, reimbursement for some expenses may not be available. Consult with the SOLE Fiscal staff prior to incurring out of pocket expenses.

Please note:

  • As indicated above, there are two submission dates per funding period.

  • Please be aware, however, that if you should submit a proposal for the earlier date and are not funded, you do not have the option of resubmitting a proposal for the same program for the second date.

  • Proposals will not be accepted for the second round if all monies (including any available reserves) are exhausted during the first round.

  • Submissions are due at 4pm on the deadline date.

Community Activities Committee (CAC)

CAC provides funds for ongoing student-initiated, student led community service programs that work with economically and socially disadvantaged communities throughout the academic year. Summer Funding offers funds for programs that take place during the summer. The Summer Fund primarily applies to groups that have applied and have received an allocation from the regular CAC fund.

Please talk to your advisor for further information regarding the following or access the CAC funding applications via RCO Funding 

CAC Regular Proposal and Guidelines
CAC Supplemental Funding Application
CAC Mini Fund Application
Summer Funding Proposal (will be available in SPRING quarter) 

Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) Fund

Campus Life Funding

Campus Life Funding, administered by the Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellor, provides supplemental funding for student activities and programs that benefit the campus community. These funds are open to all registered campus organizations and official student governments. Funding is managed through the RCO funding system at Currently there are 2 funding applications:


REF (Recreation Venues Event Fund) specifically funds labor and custodial expenses associated with the use of Recreation spaces by student activities/organizations for practices, performances, programs, meetings and events.  There is no rental fee for student organizations to use Recreation spaces. Please review the REF Funding Guidelines available at


Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) funds aim to provide supplemental support for student activities and programs that benefit the campus community. Through SSP, student groups have access to additional resources for program/event needs that do not meet traditional funding resources guidelines, have timing issues, or are supplemental to funds awarded by student committees. To best assess the outstanding need and allocate funding accordingly, Campus Life requires information on your total event cost, confirmed funding and pending funding. SSP allocates funding for food, transportation, facilities, supplies, advertising and transportation. Limited honoraria funding is available. All funding allocations will be made on a viewpoint-neutral basis. Please review the Campus Life SSP Funding Guidelines available at


Due to budget reductions, Campus Life SSP funding is very limited for 2019-20. In general, Campus Life does not fund expenses related to purchase/repair of equipment, retreats, conference travel, performance fees, decorations, flowers, or gifts to participants.