Hall councils include residence halls and program houses
Residence halls receive allocations based on their number of residents
Program houses will receive higher allocations commensurate with programming purposes
Residence Halls Residence Halls receive allocations based on their number of residents.
1-100 Students = $600
101-200 Students = $800
201+ Students = $1,200
2. Program Houses Program houses, as defined by the Office of Residential Education, will receive allocations through a separate block system, in accordance with their specific programmatic purpose. The allocated sums will be reviewed at the conclusion of the spring allocations process.
1-45 Students = $600
46+ Students = $1,200
Allencroft (Russian House) $600 Asia (Quad) $1,200 Bailey $600 Baldwin $600 Barnard $600 Barrows $800 Burton $800 Dascomb $800 East Hall $1,200 Fairchild $600 Harkness $600 Harvey House (Spanish) $600 Johnson $600 Kade (German) $600 Kahn $800 Keep $600 Lord Saunders $1,200 Noah $800 North Hall (Langston)$1,200 Old Barrows $600 Price (Third World) $600 South Hall $1,200 Talcott $600 Tank $600 Zechiel $600 Village Housing $1,500
WHAT IS THE STUDENT FINANCE COMMITTEE?
The SFC, 7 senate-appointed student representatives, works for the student body in allocating the Student Activity Fund to all Oberlin student organizations and individual student projects. SFC members meet multiple times a week to review budgets, vote on allocations, and vote and discuss policy, lead working groups with student organizations, and hold office hours to serve as a counselor for students seeking guidance about funding and student government.
Office of the Student Treasurer Wilder 316 Wilder Box 85 440.775.8119 firstname.lastname@example.org