Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) Funding Description

The Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) fund, administered by the Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Campus Life, is a supplemental funding source for all registered campus organizations and official student governments. Through multiple funds, SSP funding aims to support all student activities and programs that benefit the campus community.

All Campus Life funding is managed through a common application, located at the end of these guidelines. Once the application is submitted, it will be reviewed by Campus Life and funding allocations will be awarded. All funding allocations will be made on a viewpoint-neutral basis.

Deadlines

Applications should be submitted at least 2 weeks before the event in order to ensure consideration. Funding is allocated as applications are received, and all applications will be reviewed for funding eligibility. Programs and events should utilize all of their funding opportunities, as Campus Life SSP funding is meant to supplement existing funding sources.

Eligibility for Funding

Only registered campus organizations or official student governments (USAC/GSA) may receive allocations from any Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) funds.

All programs must meet the following criteria in order to be eligible for SSP funding:

  • Present a balanced educational perspective
  • Demonstrate clear goals and thorough planning
  • Adhere to University policies, campus regulations, and established procedures
  • A significant number of UCLA students must be involved in the planning and/or participation of the program
  • Participation must be open to any interested UCLA student, without an admission fee
  • No alcohol may be served at the program

For a detailed description of guidelines per Campus Life funding source, please read the following document:
Campus Life SSP Funding Full Guidelines

Campus Life Support for Student Programming (SSP) Funding Application

Organizations will complete the application online, and submissions will go to your SOLE advisor for approval. Funding allocation decisions will be communicated via email to the signatory listed. If you have any questions, please ask your SOLE advisor. 

For other funding opportunities, please visit the SOLE funding website.