SIU Crowdfunding Application

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Thank you for your interest in Southern Illinois University’s crowdfunding platform SalukiFunder. Please complete the form below to submit your idea or project to be featured.

Please note that you must complete the information for all the fields for this request to be considered. This application will allow us to evaluate your project’s suitability for a fundraising campaign. Should you have questions before completing this form, please contact Matt McCoy. Please click Submit once you have completed all the required fields. Thank you!

Deadlines for completing the application are as follows: Fall Semester – August 15th Spring Semester – February 1st Summer Semester – May 1st

Project campaigns run for 30-45 days but projects require 10-12 weeks of focused, intense work before and after the campaign. The project creator will need to provide updates and remain actively engaged by posting new videos, utilizing social media and through email blasts. It is recommended that the project creator/owner commit 1 hour per day and each team member commit 30-60 minutes per day during the length of the active phase of the campaign.

My Information
Does your signatory know about your campaign?
University Affiliation
Are you an officially registered student group on the SIU Campus?
Have you requested and received approval from your Advisor/Fiscal Officer?
Personal Information
Do you have images to include for this project?
If not, do you have the capacity to create or obtain such images?
Have you informed your department's leadership (Vice Chancellor, Dean, Executive Director, etc) about your project application submission?
Does this Project require Research and/or Travel?
Does this Project Involve Vertebrate Animals?
Have you read the SIUC Policy on Export Control?
Are you aware of any export control issues with this proposal?
Does this project involve travel to, or research in, a foreign country; a foreign collaborator; or export of any equipment?
Are there chemical or biological hazards, controlled substances, or dual use research of concern involved in your project?
Does this project include the use or development of an unmanned aerial system (UAV, drone)?