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 go to the Community Activities Committee OrgSync portal.
CAC Regular Proposal and Guidelines
CAC Supplemental Funding Application
CAC Mini Fund Application
Summer Funding Proposal (will be available in SPRING quarter) 

To access the CAC funding applications, go to the RCO Funding 

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

On-Campus Funding Resources

Registered Campus Organizations (RCOs) can find a variety funding sources on campus to support their programs. Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement or SOLE (formerly CSP) Advisors provides workshops and one-on-one assistance to students in planning programs and finding funding to pay for those programs. It is very important that you contact your SOLE Advisor when you begin planning your program so that he/she can inform you of the pertinent guidelines and deadlines for different funding applications. SOLE administers the Program Activities Board (PAB) which supports community service programs and cultural and educational activities on campus. There are other funding sources available through other University sources. Please refer to the Campus Funding Resources Guide for a list of funding sources.

Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) Fund:

The Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) fund offers multiple funding sources that support various costs of student programming. A single application covers all funding opportunities.
Between the multiple funding sources, funds exist to offset direct costs related to the use of on-campus venues, such as staffing, custodial, equipment, audio-visual and sound equipment, and other requested incidentals related to the use of campus space. In addition, supplemental funding is also available to cover services associated with on-campus events including, but not limited to: food/refreshments, related disposable supplies, and on-campus advertising through student media. Link to application

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. Go to the Campus Programming Committee OrgSync portal for more information on the following: CPC Regular Fund Proposal and Guidelines Campus Programs Committee Minifund supports cultural and educational programs with program expenses totaling $1000 or less. Programs applying to the CPC Minifund, may not apply to other funding sources. To access information about the CPC funding, logon to your OrgSync Account and request to join the Campus Programs Committee.

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.