Want to know how to start a new student group, finance it, or publicize it? Check out our 2013-14 Student Handbook for all this and more. Also be sure to read the PR Guide for info on how to flyer, reserve rooms and tables, advertise, and print.
The Student Activities Finance Committee has produced resources, templates, and FAQs to help A-Status student groups navigate and understand the funding and event planning process.
Short articles on a variety of leadership topics that are primarily relevant for ASG, but applicable to all groups on campus!
This guide will help you learn more about the process of becoming ASG recognized as a B- or T-status student group.
A resource for A-Status groups (groups with funds distributed by the Student Activities Finance Committee). Must view with @u.northwestern.edu address.
This guide will help students understand the expectations of being a B-Status group, particularly as they relate to the funding process and the resources that ASG can provide.
Contact information for City of Evanston folks and the application for the Community Consulting Cats Program
How to organize more sustainable events as a student group.
Want to start a new student group? Start with the Center for Student Involvement. Click here to go to their form to begin the process of starting a new student group.
As an alternative to existing sources of funding, we seek to eliminate barriers to student-led initiatives and assist peers in various endeavors. Wild Ideas proposals have an unprecedentedly fast turnaround: submit proposals by Thursday, and hear back by the following Thursday!
Canon EOS Rebel T3i available for free 3-day rental from ASG to ASG-funded groups! E-mail email@example.com for more information.
The Campus Loop listserv allows for students, faculty, and staff to post brief descriptions of Northwestern related events in a weekly distributed online newsletter. The newsletter is published most Wednesday evenings during the academic year.
Get free basic web hosting for your student group's website.