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Dangers of Being Frozen

RSOs, now that the yearly budget process is underway, I just wanted to remind you of the dangers associated with being frozen, as it relates to requesting a budget for the 2015-2016 academic year.

John Foti, USGA Treasurer (Chariot Yearbook photo)

John Foti, USGA Treasurer (Chariot Yearbook photo)

Per the USGA Constitution, when organizations are frozen, they are unable to collect points or access USGA funds during the time in which they are frozen. This means that your organization cannot submit a viable budget request or have your request heard if your organization is frozen. When your organization becomes frozen by USGA, you will be contacted by the Eboard member who froze you.

It becomes the duty of your RSO to meet with that Eboard member to see how you can become unfrozen. Yearly Budget is such an important aspect to thriving RSO’s, so do your part to ensure that your RSO has the best chance to get a budget for next year by not being frozen during the yearly budget process. As always, let me know if you have any questions!

John Foti
USGA Treasurer

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