Funding for House Programs
Find out more about the funds designed to support house-hosted programs.
Five Lines of Funding
There are five lines of funding available to neighborhood houses through the application process. These lines of funding are managed by the council to incentivize neighborhood houses to host specific types of programming.
|Funding Line||FY24 Annual Neighborhood Community Funding Budget (average)||FY24 Per Resident House Reserved Amount|
|Community Program Fund||$34,973 (average, actual number varies by neighborhood size)||$38|
|Substance Free Fund||$69,741 (average, actual number varies by neighborhood size)||$75|
|Riddell Endowed Fund||$95,491||N/A (first come first served, limit one program per house until spring quarter)|
|Off the Farm Endowed Fund||$3,500||N/A (first come first served, limit one program per house until spring quarter)|
|Row Signature Program Fund||$13,750 (average, actual number varies by neighborhood size)||N/A ($3,000 per Row house)|
|Total (Average)||$216,455 (average, actual number varies by neighborhood size)||N/A|
*These numbers are an average because many of these funding lines are allocated based on number of neighborhood students; actual budgets vary. Interested students should reach out to their house’s council student representative to learn more.
Explore each of these funds in greater detail below.
Substance Free Fund
This funding line supports houses hosting compelling and intentionally substance-free social engagement on Friday and Saturday nights, providing alternatives to registered parties where alcohol is served.
Row Signature Program Fund
This funding line is only available to Row houses and supports Row houses in establishing and hosting a “signature” traditional event that is open to the campus or neighborhood.