Revenue Sharing

Revenue Sharing is a program that was created to provide eligible student organizations funding for a variety of uses. This program allows regularly enrolled students the opportunity to allocate up to $15 of their Activity Fee during the annual AS General Election. Voters can allocate $15 to one organization, $7.50 each to two organizations, or $5 each to three organizations.

In order to be eligible for revenue sharing funds, a student organization MUST be recognized and in good standing with the University prior to the deadline. IRA-funded programs (such as competitive sport clubs) and certain academic organizations are now eligible for Revenue Sharing as of the 2023-2024 school year. Please contact Student Life and Leadership for more info.

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Important Information:

  • In 2024, over $34,425 was pledged to recognized student organizations and programs.
  • Funds are from student fees and, as such, use is governed by Title 5 of the California Education Code.
  • Funds are available through reimbursement only.
  • Funds allocated in the 2024 election will be available for expenses incurred after July 1, 2024.
  • All forms should be submitted in person with original receipts in BMU 220 at the front desk.


Campaigning for Revenue Sharing: CLICK HERE to view the campus regulations regarding campaigning for revenue sharing.

Funds Available for Revenue Sharing: CHECK HERE to view the funds available to organizations based on AS Election results. These funds are available after July 1st for the next academic year.

Eligible Clubs/Organizations: View the Sample Ballot on the AS General Election page to view the list of clubs/organizations eligible to receive revenue sharing.