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Student Activity Fees

Student Activity Fees

Each Lincoln Land Community College student pays an Activity Fee of $2.00 per credit hour to support various student activities, programs, services, organizations, and clubs. 

The Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee (SAFAC) is responsible for overseeing the distribution of Student Activity Fee funds to eligible student clubs. SAFAC is chaired by the Treasurer of the Student Government Association (SGA). In addition to the SGA Treasurer, there are four members of the committee. These members are appointed by the SGA and include two SGA members and two students that are not affiliated with SGA. The committee is advised by the Director of Student Life.

Click here for the FY 15 application (due by 5pm March 26th!)

Important Dates

Club Training Sessions
All club officers will need to verify completion of an online club officer training through Blackboard. Registered club officers will receive an e-mail link to the training with instructions for completion.


Club Leadership Series
Student clubs and organizations interested in receiving Student Activity Fee funds in the next academic year must send a student representative to 75% (3 of 4) of the identified Leadership/Service programs in the current academic year. Student club members are encouraged to use their attendance at these programs toward completion of the Emerging Leaders program. For more information on the Emerging Leaders program, contact the Student Life Office.


Student Recognition Ceremony
Nomination forms will be available on March 17th. Please submit these forms to the Student Life Office by 5pm on March 28th. The ceremony will take place on April 29th at 6:30pm in the Student Union.


Leadership Series: Chad Pregracke
Monday, March 31st - 1pm - Trutter Center

As the founder of America’s only “industrial strength” river clean-up organization, Living Lands & Waters, Chad tells a compelling and funny story about growing up on the river and how his river experiences led to his unique vision to clean up the Mississippi River. 

During his hour-long talk, Chad takes the audience out on one of the world’s greatest rivers – a journey filled with endless challenges and gripping adventures. His delivery is motivating, captivating, genuine and refreshingly spontaneous.

 Leadership Series: The Art of Networking - (TBD)

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