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Nicole Jordan

NOTE: Any organization that receives money from the Student Government Allocation Fund must meet with the Attorney General before and after an event occurs in order to ensure proper use of the allocated money, and to retrieve any unused funds. Appointments may be made by contacting the Attorney General.

Attorney General

The Student Government Attorney General is an adviser to the Student Body President and is also the official representative of Student Government to all organizations on campus. The Attorney General represents Student Government in all judicial affairs, and ensures efficient use of the Student Government Allocation Fund. The Post-Allocation Process which the Attorney General is responsible for, can be found below.

The Post-Allocation Process

1. The Student Body President, Internal Vice President and Attorney General will discuss passed legislation on Fridays at 1 p.m.

2. The Student Body President, Attorney General and organization president or treasurer will meet on the Friday after Student Senate passes an allocation at 2 PM to: 1) sign the bill, 2) submit a direct deposit sheet (organization must bring voided check with direct deposit form to meeting), 3) meet the Attorney General, at which point the organization will be given a signed version of their bill, 4) sign the contract form, and 5) select a date for their post-event meeting. At the post-event meeting, the organization must provide a final budget report along with all related receipts.

3. The Attorney General will take signed bills, along with a copy of direct deposit forms, to the office of the Vice President for Student Life.

4. The Attorney General will meet with the organization within two weeks of the event date. Organizations are required to present receipts upon request.

5. In the event that the Attorney General is unsatisfied with the final expense report, the organization and their sponsor shall meet with the Attorney General within one week of the prior meeting to discuss any issues with the final expense report.