- Student NEW Organization Application
- Student Organization Annual Registration (completed each fall semester)
- Shared Office Space (Law 214) Access
Event Space Applications
General Student Event Creation Steps:
- Determine topic, funding available, and sponsoring student organization(s) or student committee(s). Generally, individual students are not permitted to sponsor an event.
- If applicable, identify speaker(s) and determine possible dates of availability.
- If you’d like to “hold” a date to suggest to the speaker(s), please contact the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
- Reserve room location and obtain event approval via the Concordia Law Student Event Space Application (link above).
- Please Note: Events may not conflict with protected programming times (ie, Chapel, Orientation, Finals, the two weeks prior to finals, etc.). Absent limited exceptions, student events at the law school are held on a first-come, first-served basis. While the goal is to prevent time conflicts, occassionally student events may be booked for the same time.
- Approved events are posted on the Student Life Calendar.
- If applicable, confirm approved date with speaker(s) and book travel/arrangements.
- Book food, etc. [be sure to obtain an itemized invoice or receipt for all purchases]
- Advertise Event.
- Flyers and Posters must be approved and stamped by the Assitant Dean of Student Affairs. If you'd like preapproval before printing, please email the flyer/poster to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
- Video/Readerboard slides must be in PowerPoint format and emailed to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for approval and posting.
- The SBA Weekly email is the primary opportunity to advertise student events via email. Please email your approved event information to lawSBA@cu-portland.edu (Subject: SBA Weekly Request) at least 10 days prior to your event.
- Host Event.
- Submit ITEMIZED Receipts for Reimbursement within 3 days of event to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. Reimbursement requests must include your Name, G#, Address, and Organization.
- Gifts and Prizes: You must have prior authorization from the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs to purchase and distribute Gifts or Prizes (including Gift Cards).
- Honorariums: Please speak with the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs prior to offering an honorarium.
- Missing Itemized Receipt: If you are missing an itemized receipt, please speak with the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs to complete the Lost or Non-Itemized Receipt paperwork.