Program Activities Board

Program Activities Board

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 Community Activities Committee (CAC) and the Campus Programs Committee (CPC). 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 grievances. The PAB and its respective entities are operated through the Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE) office.

Who sits on the PAB?

For each committee:

4 undergraduate students (appointed by undergraduate students association council) 
4 graduate students (appointed by the graduate students association) 
2 student affairs staff representatives (appointed by administrative vice chancellor)

Where can you access these funding applications?

Access the site at https://sa.ucla.edu/funding/fund/client or via My.UCLA > Student Organizations > Funding Request 


 

Community Activities Committee

CAC provides funds for ongoing student-initiated, student led community service programs that work with economically and socially disadvantaged communities throughout the academic year. All registered campus organizations (undergraduate & graduate) are eligible to apply for CAC funds.

CAC Funds
CAC Regular

Description: CAC Regular funds student-initiated and student-led programs that provide ongoing services to economically and socially disadvantaged communities throughout the academic year.
Range: Up to $10,000 (per academic year) 
Deadline: August

CAC Mini (Fall, Winter, Spring)

Description: CAC Mini Fund provides quarterly funding for smaller service programs or to augment funding for larger service programs. 
Range: Up to $3,500 (per quarter) 
Deadline: Quarterly Deadline (refer to funding schedule)

CAC Leadership Development Fund (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)

Description: CAC funds retreats and conferences from student-initiated and student-led programs that provide ongoing services to economically and socially disadvantaged communities throughout the academic year.
Range: Up to $2,000 (per quarter) & Up to $3,000 (per academic year)
Deadline: Quarterly Deadline (refer to funding schedule)

CAC Mini & LDF Deadline Schedule

If Your Program is Between These Dates

Proposal Deadline

Approximate Date   Decision Released

November 18, 2019 - February 21, 2020

Thursday, October 31, 2019

November 14, 2019

February 22, 2020 - May 15, 2020

Thursday, January 30, 2020

February 13, 2020

May 16, 2020 - June 12, 2020

Thursday, April 23, 2020

May 7, 2020


CAC Summer

Description: CAC Summer Fund 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.
Range: Up to $3,725
Deadline: Annually in Spring

CAC IMPACT Conference Fund

Description: CAC Impact Conference Fund will consider funding for no more than three student project leadership staff or student volunteer to attend the annual Impact Conference.
Range: Varies
Deadline: Please check back in the beginning of Fall 2020 for next deadline

Campus Programs Committee (CPC)

The Campus Programs Committee funds student-initiated and student-run on-campus programs that educationally and/or culturally enrich the campus community. These also include on-campus programs that outreach to youth and/or community college students. There is a regular fund for larger programs and a minifund for programs with smaller budgets. All registered campus organizations (undergraduate & graduate) are eligible to apply for CPC funds. 

CPC Funds
CPC Regular Programming Fund

Description: CPC Regular funds student-initiated and student-led programs that educationally and/or culturally enrich the campus community. 
Range: Up to $8,500 (per program)
Deadline: Six Funding Cycles Per Year

CPC Youth Programming Fund (YPF)

Description: CPC YPF funds one-time, on-campus programs that target non-UCLA students under the age of 18 and/or currently enrolled community college students
Range: Up to $9,000 (per program)
Deadline: Six Funding Cycles Per Year

If Your Program is Between These Dates

Proposal Deadline

(Submit to SOLE for hearing scheduling)

Approximate Date Decision Released

***Sept. 26 - Nov. 14, 2019

Sept. 26

Oct. 11

Nov. 15 – Dec. 13, 2019

 

Sept. 26 (1stround)

Oct. 17 (2ndround)

Oct. 11

Nov. 8

Jan. 6 - Feb. 14, 2020

 

Oct. 17 (1stround)

Nov. 7 (2ndround)

Nov. 8

Nov. 29

Feb. 15 – Mar. 22, 2020

 

Nov. 7 (1stround)

Jan. 9 (2ndround)

Nov. 29

Jan. 31

Mar. 27 - May 10, 2020

Jan. 9 (1stround)

Feb. 13 (2ndround)

Jan. 31

March 6

May 10 – Jun. 14, 2020

 

Feb. 13 (1stround)

April 9 (2ndround)

March 6

May 1


***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 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.

CPC Mini

Description: CPC Mini is for small one-time, on-campus programs that educationally and/or culturally enrich the campus community. It cannot be used to augment funding for a program requesting funds from other sources. The program must take place within the quarter the allocation is given.
Range: Up to $1,000 (per program)
Deadline: Tuesdays by 3:30PM (Winter 2020)

Staff Directory
PAB Staff

Melissa Veluz-Abraham (PAB Advisor)
Jessica Hall (PAB Assistant)
Jessica Yu (PAB Assistant)
Karen Calderon (PAB Assistant)
Sammy Durbin (PAB Assistant)

CAC Committee Members

Paola Gonzalez (CAC Chairperson - Undergraduate)
Vinh Nguyen (CAC Vice Chairperson - Undergraduate)
Victoria Liu (CAC Vice Chairperson - Undergraduate)
Rummel Requerme (Undergraduate Representative)
Daniel Luu (Graduate Representative)
Elda Solomon (Graduate Representative)
Kean Flowers (Graduate Representative)
Romen Lopez (Graduate Representative)
Carlo Morante (Staff Representative)

CPC Committee Members

Jerry Ngo (CPC Chairperson - Graduate)
Natalie Lee (CPC Vice Chairperson - Undergraduate)
John Rodriguez (Undergraduate Representative)
Juana Alcala (Undergraduate Representative)
Daisy Cruz-Maya (Graduate Representative)
Lena Wang (Graduate Representative
Korina Pilkington (Staff Representative)
Vanessa Mejia (Staff Representative)

Allocations
Announcements