DICE Funding

DICE Collaboration Funding - Virtual Programming 

In an effort to support our Notre Dame community during the University’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DICE (Dollars for Incentive & Creative Entertainment) Collaboration Funding has expanded its mission to include innovative Virtual Programming proposals! 

For the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester, we are broadening the DICE application to offer student groups the opportunity to collaborate with SAO to provide the student body with virtual events that build community and connection. 

Applications for DICE Collaboration Funding must be submitted at least one week before the proposed event date. The Student Activities Office will inform the event coordinator if the proposed event has been approved. This application does not guarantee funding and the more information you are able to provide will assist in the decision making process. 

DICE Collaboration Funding will fund certain approved virtual events in full. So bring your creativity!

Please keep in mind that to be eligible for DICE Collaboration Funding, events must: 

  • Occur by April 29, 2020 
  • Build community and connection for Notre Dame students 
  • Be a virtual program that promotes responsible social distancing 
  • Be publicly announced and advertised, with publicity including the SAO logo and receiving SAO approval
  • Not require admission fee or donation for event participation 
  • Not be a fundraiser for the sponsoring group
  • Utilize funding only for expenses that will add value to the participants' experience

We look forward to learning about your event ideas! The application for DICE Collaboration Funding - Virtual Programming can be found here: https://forms.gle/6PvuUH6cQAZwsg8c9

 


 

DICE Funding - Traditional

When we return to campus, DICE Funding will continue to offer student groups the opportunity to provide the student body with new event ideas or enhance existing events. 

DICE (Dollars for Incentive & Creative Entertainment) funding offers student groups an opportunity to provide the student body with new event ideas or an opportunity to enhance existing events. Applications for DICE Funding must be submitted three week prior to the proposed event date and coordinators will be required to meet with Alicia Bates, Assistant Director for Student Programming, for approval of funds. This application does not guarantee funding and the more information you are able to provide will assist in the decision making process. Please keep in mind that to be eligible for DICE Funding, events must: 

  • Take place on and be open to the entire Notre Dame campus
  • Take place on a Friday or Saturday night between the hours of 9pm-1am
  • Be publicly announced and advertised, with publicity including the SAO logo and receiving SAO approval
  • Be staffed by student group volunteers
  • Be within the scope of the sponsoring group's mission
  • Not require admission fee or donation for event entrance
  • Not be a fundraiser for the sponsoring group
  • Utilize funding only for expenses that will add value to the participants' experience (i.e. refreshments, better performers, etc.) 

Although now closed for the Spring 2020 semester, the original application for traditional DICE Funding can be found here: https://forms.gle/P2pix4skvJqYjXg87

The traditional DICE Funding application will re-open for Fall 2020.