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Atlanta Campus Registered Student Organizations (RSOs):

Student Activity Fee Committee (SAFC) has created three different opportunities for Atlanta-Campus based RSOs to request funding support, understanding some RSOs may need more time to come together when Fall classes begin:

  1. Due May 10 – priority funding for RSOs who have time sensitive financial deadlines between July 1 – September 30, 2021 (and RSOs can also submit again for additional funding during one of the options below)
  2. Due June 30 – requests for financial support from August 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022 (cannot seek funding again during the September round)
  3. Due Sept 10 – request for financial support from October 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

The application link is:

Perimeter College Registered Student Organizations (RSOs):

The Perimeter College Student Activity Fee (SAF) budget details will be available in May 2021. Be sure to review the SAF Guiding Principles prior to requesting or utilizing funds.
For specific SAF budget questions, please contact the appropriate fee council budget manager:


LATEST NEWS: The COVID19 pandemic has resulted in a number of changes to our normal business operations. We want to provide you the most up-to-date information and details related to our office and services during the Fall 2020 semester. We will put you in touch with a member of our team no matter where they may be seated. We look forward to assisting you with all of your needs for Fall 2020.

The Panther Involvement Network ( is the primary tool for students to connect with student organizations and departments. Students can also schedule one-on-one consultations with us regarding how to connect with a student organization or to discuss organization management by emailing or calling 404-413-1582 during business hours.


All travel is restricted to ensure compliance with the guidance from the University System of Georgia, CDC, and public health agencies. We recommend that all organizations examine activities and abide by the guidelines set by the CDC. You can find more information on this online at .

Student Organizations are allowed to hold in-person meetings and events as long as they are compliant with guidelines set by the University System of Georgia, CDC, and public health agencies, both on and off campus. However, we highly encourage all organizations to host as many meetings and events virtually as possible, as many students are only enrolled in online courses and the capacities of rooms across campus have been greatly reduced.

Georgia State University provides many online tools to students, faculty, and staff, which can be found online at You can also use the Panther Involvement Network (PIN) to virtually manage your organization, including messaging, file storage, voting via Forms, and elections – Panther Involvement Network (PIN).

Organizations who have a room or locker can access their rooms and lockers during regular building hours. Please note that organization rooms now have a capacity of eight (8) people and masks should be worn if more than one person is present.

Student Organizations funded through Student Activity Fees should contact their budget manager for important spending deadlines and updates.
Atlanta: Latisha Barnes -
Alpharetta: Aprille Williams -
Clarkston: Jez Catambay-Lopez -
Decatur: Perry Culverson -
Dunwoody: Aprille Williams -
Newton: Perry Culverson -

Panther Involvement Network

What is Panther Involvement Network (PIN)?
The Panther Involvement Network (PIN) is a comprehensive involvement interface for students at Georgia State University. Students can browse the over 500+ active student organizations and departments at Georgia State, review upcoming events or find information about any organization that may be of interest.

Students can also submit forms for vehicle rentals, student activity fee funding, late-night events and much more.

For additional information, visit: PIN!