Associated Students - University of California, Irvine
SPFB 2017-11-26T05:58:23+00:00

Student Programming Funding Board (SPFB)

Amy Hu
Amy HuSPFB Commissioner
Hi Anteaters!

My name is Amy Hu and I am your ASUCI Student Programming Funding Board (SPFB) Commissioner this year. This is the second year that I am serving as the SPFB Commissioner and the third year I am serving on this board! This year my goal is to continually increase our efforts of publicizing SPFB to student leaders so even more undergraduate student organizations have the opportunity to apply for SPFB funding.

I am a 4th-year Business Administration, Business Economics, and Sociology major. Some of my other on-campus involvements include being the Founder and President of Women in Leadership (WIL) and Real Estate Association at UCI (REA), Peer Academic Advising (PAA) Program Coordinator, Vice-President of Academic Affairs of Merage Undergraduate Student Association (MUSA), Treasurer of Anteaters Ambassadors Network, and Research Assistant for Tweet2Quit. I’m very honored for the opportunity to serve as the ASUCI SPFB Commissioner this year and serve our UCI community.

Student Programming Funding Board (SPFB) is under ASUCI Office of the President. It is student-run and comprised of funds from student fees. SPFB funding board reviews/approves funding requests and manages/allocates the SPFB fund of about $120,000 to UCI’s undergraduate organizations.


How to apply:

  1. Fill out an application for your event at You will receive an email to sign up for an SPFB interview time.
  2. Attend your interview and share details about your event and why it needs the funding.
  3. You will receive an email requesting all purchase documents, invoices, and receipts. Send them in the form of pictures, screenshots, invoices, estimates, emails, etc., or bring them to your interview.
  4. When SPFB completes its review of your funding request, and you have submitted all the request documents, you will receive an email indicating if your funding was approved or denied and the funding amount.
  5. If your funding request was approved by SPFB, more instructions on how to access the funding will be provided in the final email.

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