Do you support the continued funding of $5.37 (of which $1.34 is for Return to Aid, an administrative assessment of $0.26 will be charged to all non-capital expenditures and $0.04 is for the Associated Students recharge fee) per AS/UCSB Membership per quarter (fall, winter, spring, summer) for CFF?

Pro Statements

The Community Financial Fund (CFF). The program assists students by providing access to grants, financial literacy workshops, and a mentorship program. It is the only financial literacy program in Associated Students facilitating regular workshops. With its current funding, it serves about 250 students every quarter by facilitating a minimum of 14 workshops, each averaging an hour and twenty minutes. All grant funds are distributed to students.

Con Statements