Procedures for Co-sponsorship with UPB
The Ball State University Program Board is the largest programming organization on the Ball State campus and serves students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members with a vast array of programs. In support of events sponsored by other organizations, University Program Board will consider co-sponsorship. The following describes what you need to do to co-sponsor an event with UPB:
It is required that you approach UPB at least eight weeks in advance of when you would like to co-sponsor a program. Once you submit your proposal, the president of UPB will contact you about setting up an appointment to meet and discuss your co-sponsorship before it is voted on by the UPB Executive Board. During this time the details of the program can be discussed, and ways in which both organizations will be involved can be identified. Only the president will deal with cosponsorships.
Before you complete and submit the co-sponsorship proposal available here, please consider the following preprogram details:
UPB is not a funding board. Our policy is to share costs, labor, and volunteers equally. When the co-sponsorship proposal is complete and UPB feels that enough information has been provided for the board to consider the program, the president will submit the proposal to the UPB Executive Board for approval by affirmative vote. If your proposal is passed, then your organization will be required to sign a formal written contract with UPB. The stipulations, terms, and conditions for all cosponsorships with UPB are as follows:
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