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Vending Commission

What is vending Commission

  • The Vending Commission uses money from the on-campus vending machines to provide funding for events, activities, and programs that are student focused.
  • In order to qualify for funding through the Vending Commission, a program, item, or activity must benefit or target a MAXIMUM number of Skyline College students.
  • The Vending Commission takes applications once a year.

Who can apply?

All Skyline College departments, clubs, organizations, and programs may submit the Vending Commission Grant Application to the Vending Commission for review.

How can I apply?

Please note funding and award letters will not be granted until granted by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

Submit Application  

Once you click on the Vending Commission Application you will be prompted to fill out the Google Form.

You can request up to $1000 per year.
Depending on the number of requests and kind of requests, the Vending Commission Committee will do their best to help you.

What happens if I'm granted funding?

In order for an account transfer, payment, or reimbursement to occur ORIGINAL receipts need to be attached to this Funding Requisition and brought to the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development in Building 6, Room 6-212 10 BUSINESS DAYS after purchase

In order for a check to be written to a vendor for purchase, please attach an invoice to this Funding Requisition and bring it to the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development in Building 6, Room 6-212 within 14 BUSINESS DAYS before check is needed

Departments, programs, and clubs are responsible for monitoring their spending to ensure they are staying within their budget. Funds must be used BEFORE April 2020.

Departments, programs, and clubs are responsible for monitoring their spending to ensure they are staying within their budget.

What can I NOT use Vending Commission for?

  • Attendance at Conferences, meetings, retreats, field trips, or conventions that benefit only the individual club or department.
  • Funding a fundraiser
  • Operating or start up costs for a specific club or group
  • Payment of membership fees
  • Individual or Group Scholarships

Past types of events and projects funded under this program have included:

  • On-campus ceremonies
  • Athletic programs, intramural sports, and related fitness activities
  • Cultural awareness programs promoting mutual respect and appreciation for diversity
  • Speakers and lectures on contemporary issues
  • University Tours
  • Recreational programs
  • Hospitality programs and related support
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