Dean’s Funding Events and Points Index
FSO Dean’s Funding Points Tracker
FSOs are expected to earn the required Dean’s Funding Points per their funding tier stipulations for the academic year. FSO points will be updated by Student Success and Engagement Office and FSOs may earn points through both volunteering for approved events and completing specified action items.
Event Volunteering for Dean’s Funding points
Dean’s Funding eligible events are events that are sponsored by the Fulton Dean’s Office or Fulton Student Council. The number of points an FSO may earn per event depends on the FSO’s reported membership roster. Points are awarded according to the weighted point system.
Dean’s Funding Points Index
FSOs may also earn points by completing any of the action items provided listed on the Dean’s Funding Points Index and more opportunities to earn points might be added during the year. Please review the document for how to report your organization’s completed action.
Below is a breakdown of the weighted points system for earning Dean’s Funding volunteering points. You can also submit larger FSO events for Dean’s Funding points eligibility as well as your volunteering information here.
|Event Point Value||Event Description/Parameters||Examples|
|4-5||Event that is more than 4 hours where the group members equals or exceeds the organization’s minimum*.||Engineering Open Door (Required participation with booth or set up/event management), Homecoming Parade, Engineering Convocation, Fulton Engineering Career Fair|
|3||Event that is less than 4 hours where the group members equals or exceeds the organization’s minimum*.||Most FSESC Events (Organization Fairs, BBQ’s), FURI Symposium|
|2||Event where the group members are less than the organization’s minimum*, regardless of duration.||Refer to 3 point events.|
|Variable||Events and activities at the discretion of the Engineering Student Council and Student Engagement.||Miscellaneous presentations, contract work, etc. at the discretion of the mentioned entities.|
*The organization minimum is equal to 10% of the organization’s active membership, with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4.
All awarded organizations must earn 30 Dean’s Funding Points in order to be eligible for funding for the next academic year.