Clubs bring students of similar interests together and foster social interaction, leadership development, school spirit and affinity to RIT. Clubs and student organizations promote activities, diversity, service, and learning outside of the classroom. When students are actively involved in running clubs or student organizations, they acquire many skills that will be beneficial in other areas of their life. For example: negotiation and compromise, event planning, budget forecasting, fiscal management, accountability, and adapting to change when things don’t go exactly as planned.
The Finance Certification is a training opportunity for Campus Life recognized clubs and student organizations to enhance their understanding of financial processes and policies. By completing this training, students gain valuable knowledge regarding requirements, expectations, and available support. This training information also serves as a resource to reference before engaging in any financial transactions to ensure compliance with RIT policies and procedures.
The Finance Certification must be completed each fiscal year (July 1st – June 30th) by all clubs and student organizations E-board members, and any other members that will be involved in financial transactions. This certification must be completed prior to making any financial transactions. For any additional questions, students are encouraged to meet with The Campus Life Tiger Suite Finance Team.
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