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  • Staff | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Polytechnic Downtown Phoenix Online and Extended Lake Havasu Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Search Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternity and Sorority Life Home About Us What We Do How to Join Contact Us Staff Chapter and Council Presidents Staff Location Fraternity Sorority Life Memorial Union Third Floor PO Box 870901 Tempe AZ 85287 0901 480 965 5292 Staff Members Monica McGee Associate Director of the Memorial Union Monica McGee asu edu 480 965 9977 Jameson Root Assistant Director of the Memorial Union Fraternity Sorority Life and Leadership Programming jameson root asu edu 480 965 6965 Winston Bland Fraternity Sorority Life Coordinator MGC NALFO NPHC Advisor winston bland asu edu 480 727 6111 Erik Kahl Fraternity and Sorority Advisor IFC Advisor erik kahl asu edu 480 965 6530 Carli Mercer Fraternity and Sorority Advisor PHA Advisor carli mercer asu edu 480 965 2275 Facebook https www facebook com ASUFSL Twitter https twitter com ASU Greeklife Orgsync https orgsync com 78520 chapter Contact Us Staff Chapter and Council Presidents My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission Graduate Law Counselor and Teacher Resources Paying for College Costs Financial

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  • Chapter and Council President Contact List | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    gmail com Mens Theta Chi Derek Eisenbach Derekeisenbach gmail com Mens Theta Delta Chi Alex Wikstrom Alexander Wikstrom asu edu Mens Zeta Beta Tau Chris Nappi cnappi asu edu Mens Multicultural Greek Council MGC The Multicultural Greek Council is the governing body for the 13 culturally based fraternities and sororities at Arizona State University For more information contact MGC President Nhu Mac mgcpresident asu gmail com Chapter President Email Group Type Alpha Pi Omega Keyaanna Paush apio asu president gmail com Womens Delta Chi Lambda Felicia Baron fabaron2 gmail com Womens Delta Lambda Phi Charles Cole Jones draonin yahoo com Mens Epsilon Sigma Rho Michael Buckley mfbuckle asu edu Mens Gamma Rho Lambda Angelita Reyes Lita gene gmail com Womens Lambda Sigma Gamma Ashley Herrera av herrera95 yahoo com Womens Mu Sigma Upsilon TBD TBD Womens Omega Phi Chi Arianna Soto arianna soto asu edu Womens Phi Sigma Nu Brandon Begay bbegay8 asu edu Mens Sigma Lambda Beta Connor Udasco connorudasco gmail com Mens Sigma Lambda Gamma Sydney Melendez sydney melendez asu edu Womens Tau Psi Omega Martin Colmenero mcolmene asu edu Mens Theta Nu Xi Elizabeth Vasquez tnx tau president gmail com Womens National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations NALFO The National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations NALFO serves as the governing body for each of the six Latino chapters at Arizona State University For more information contact NALFO President Diana Penaloza nalfo chair gmail com Chapter President Email Group Type Gamma Alpha Omega Arminda Marcial amarcial asu edu Womens Gamma Zeta Alpha Gustavo Ramirez Gustavo Ramirez asu edu Mens Kappa Delta Chi Estefania Chavez echavez9 asu edu Womens Lambda Sigma Upsilon Martin Calderon macalder asu edu Mens Lambda Theta Nu Jessica Verdi alphalambda president gmail com Womens Lambda Theta Phi Franky Barba asulambda president gmail com Mens National

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  • Forms | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    to ASU West Locations Forms SORC handbook Provides information on resources event planning tools and university policies download pdf Advisor commitment letter Explains the role of an advisor and is required as part of the club registration process download pdf Model constitution This sample constitution can help your student clubs club develop their own A constitution is required as part of the registration process download doc 2009 2010 fundraising packet This packet contains fundraising ideas and funding opportunities at ASU download doc ASU Event Planning Guide EPG A comprehensive event planning list to assist students and advisors download doc Travel Forms Student organization travel guidelines download doc Release indemnity and assumption of risk form download pdf Travel worksheet for advisor download pdf Student conference Travel agreement download doc Student organization travel form template download doc Post trip evaluation download doc Other Forms Tax ID Numbers and Account options download doc Food waiver request form View Moving and events form for event equipment View Event guidelines for facility use download doc Guidelines for major events dances download doc Volunteer registration form download doc Community service agreement download pdf General photo release form download doc Tempe Clubs How to Start an Organization

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/clubs/tempe/forms (2014-10-21)
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  • Using Campus Facilities | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Search Student Organizations Student Organizations Home Downtown Polytechnic Tempe How to Start an Organization How to Re register an Existing Organization Information Sessions Resources for students Resources for advisors Pitchfork Awards Passport to ASU West Locations Using Campus Facilities Memorial Union Event and Meeting Services EMS EMS schedules space in and around the Memorial Union MU as well as Hayden Lawn Student Services Lawn and the Gold Dome at Vista del Sol Please stop by their office located next to the Information Desk on the main level of the Memorial Union or call 480 965 3406 Classroom Scheduling Classroom Scheduling manages all the classroom space on campus Classrooms are reserved online To have your registered student organization added to the customer list or to update your officer contact information email rooms asu edu Remember that NO food or drink is allowed in classrooms Tempe Clubs How to Start an Organization How to Re register an Existing Organization Information Sessions Resources for students Resources for advisors Pitchfork Awards Passport to ASU My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission Graduate Law Counselor

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/clubs/tempe/campusfacilities (2014-10-21)
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  • Trademark | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    organizations may use Sparky on fliers or t shirts with approval from Trademark Management For student group approvals contact David Reali For more information on use of Sparky visit the university Graphic Standards Manual Student organization producing items having items produced or buying goods for resale must purchase items from an ASU licensed manufacturer Student organizations may not use the Seal of the University or the ASU sunburst logo Tempe

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/clubs/tempe/trademark (2014-10-21)
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  • T-shirts/Apparel | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    to ASU West Locations T shirts Apparel Any student organization using university money e g Senate Appropriations must order t shirts and apparel through Anton Sport Anton Sport is located near the Tempe campus at 905 N Scottsdale Road Tempe AZ 85281 Call them at 480 731 3144 or email Sales AntonSport com Anton Sport is open Monday Friday 8 30am 5pm Tempe Clubs How to Start an Organization How

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  • Risk Management | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    in their decision making processes Students should be empowered to make intelligent fair and reasonable choices within the boundaries established by state federal or local laws Arizona State University Code of Conduct as well as institutional policies and the educational mission of Arizona State University SORC staff are happy to meet with student leaders and advisors 1 1 to help work through risk management issues Alcohol For student organizations events with alcohol please contact the student organization staff tempeclubs asu edu 480 965 9665 to set up a meeting Insurance questions ASU does not provide students organizations with insurance Student organizations are encouraged to make sure individuals participating in their activities maintain their own adequate levels of health medical insurance Students should be asked to sign a waiver or release form containing emergency information before attending a group activity In addition if the organization contracts to receive services from a third party the organization should confirm that the third party has sufficient insurance by contacting ASU Insurance Services at 480 965 1851 for guidance Visit ASU Insurance Services for additional information Student organization travel Student organization travel guidelines to be turned into your organization s advisor download doc Release indemnity

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  • SOS FAQ | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    of setups and amenities You can make a reservation for a room in the following ways Via telephone at 480 965 3406 Via email at MUReservations asu edu Walk in during regular business hours 8 00 a m 6 00 p m M F Events and Meeting Services is located on the first floor of the MU MU 182 behind the information desk How can I reserve a classroom in an academic building Your club must be registered with the university Send an email to rooms asu edu with the name of your organization faculty staff adviser club president and one alternate for scheduling Once that is completed visit the classroom scheduling website at https astra oasis asu edu astraweb index jsp start page home htm and reserve a room by clicking on the Request Events tab on the left Note that only authorized club members are allowed to book rooms typically the club president Once the reservation is complete a confirmation will be sent to the person authorized to make the reservation For questions email rooms asu edu or call 480 965 6578 I would like to rent two microphones and a speaker for use in the classroom Who can I contact You can rent audio equipment still projectors and other accessories like a microphone stand and a digital camera for free from classroom support at 480 965 3342 Remember to schedule a time for training with a classroom support staff member To see equipment list visit http www asu edu it tempe classrooms equipment equipment request html Will our club be charged if we end up not using our room reservation Yes No shows and last minute cancellations will be charged For specific policy check with the particular department you are making a reservation with What is the procedure for reserving tables on the mall Visit or contact MU Events and Meeting Services at 480 965 3406 and fill out an Outdoor Space Request form Tables and chairs are checked out between the hours of 9 30 and 10 30 am in PE West Room 110 Tables are returned to the same location between the hours of 1 45 and 2 45 pm First failure to return the equipment will result in a 25 labor fee to retrieve the equipment a second occurrence will result in loss of mall privileges for 4 weeks of the academic year If the equipment can t be located the organization will be charged replacement cost plus 25 labor fee to search for equipment My club is planning an outdoor event on Hayden lawn How do I reserve this space Registered student organizations can schedule use of Hayden lawn through MU Events and Meeting Services To reserve Hayden lawn submit an Outdoor Event Request form at least two weeks prior to event If Hayden lawn is not available for your preferred dates you can try the Student Services lawn or Zone 3 located just north of the MU Can I play music on Hayden lawn Amplification is allowed in Spaces 3 6 and 30 Sound must face south in Space 6 Hayden lawn and east in Space 30 Hours during which amplification may occur are Tuesday and Wednesday 11 30 am to 1 00 pm not to exceed 85 decibels at 30 feet Monday Thursday and Friday 11 30 am to 1 00 pm Monday to Friday 5 00 pm to 10 pm Saturday 8 00 am to 10 00 pm not to exceed 70 decibels at 30 feet Bands with full drum kits and electric instruments are only allowed on Tuesday and Wednesday and are limited to one of the three amplified spaces per day Where can I find more information on mall spaces and zones Visit http www asu edu studentaffairs mu events docs Mall Map pdf How can I reserve a stage and a sound system for an outdoor event A small stage 16 x 12 and a sound system can be reserved through Events and Meeting Services at least 2 weeks prior to event You will need to email Facilities Management at Facman asu edu to schedule stage delivery and set up top FUNDRAISING What are some ideas for fundraisers The Undergraduate Student Government USG and Graduate Professional Students Association GPSA have funding to allocate to student organizations Visit their respective websites for funding calendar application and deadlines Sodexho Sports and Leisure provides opportunities for student clubs to staff concession stands during special events and get paid per person that works A letter campaign to relatives friends and co workers is another efficient way to do grassroots fundraising A rummage sale is a good way to sell your possessions and raise funds Try to get the owner of a restaurant to give you a certain percentage of the sales if your members and friends bring in a flier when they purchase on a specific night Pre sell tickets to car wash to your friends faculty and staff on the mall at ASU Your club can also raise money by designing and selling T shirts If you are planning to use any university names or logos you must first contact ASU Trademark and Licensing at 965 5499 Collecting membership dues is yet another easy and obvious way to raise funds for your club My club has been appropriated funding by USG How do I spend the money Your first step in spending any funds should be to contact the ASASU Business Office for consultation Many times they can pay for your expenses directly avoiding a time consuming reimbursement The ASASU Business Office is located in MU 310C All requests must have a completely filled out RFF Request for ASASU Funds In the case of a reimbursement the RFF must have the person or group that actually paid for the expense listed as the one being reimbursed Any request involving food must include a completed Business Meals form and a list of attendees of the event Any food purchased must have

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