The application encompasses student groups who fall under the following categories:

Students seeking funding for travel & conferences are not covered under this application.
Departmental funding/support benefits (The Lab & Machining section only applies to Design Teams).

 

Required Submission Documents

Super Application files can be directly submitted on our Student Group Resources website. While the information required will be generally the same as previous years, the formatting has been shifted around to tailor forms better for clubs and E-IDEAs groups, as well as those who choose not to apply for the Professional Activities Funds (PAF).

 

The table below lists all the required documents that each student group must submit, with each document being a separate submission. 

Group Type

Engineering Design Teams

E-IDEAS Groups

APSC-Affiliated Clubs

Basic Information Form

✓ (EDT Version)

✓ (E-IDEAS Version)

✓ (Clubs Version)

Funding Spreadsheet

✓ (EDT Version)

✓ (E-IDEAS Version)

✓ (Clubs Version)

Project Overview Forms

Sponsorship Package

Recommended

Recommended

Recommended

Group Policy Handbook

Standard Operating Procedures

Team Agreements

Faculty Advisor Approval

 

SuperApp Breakdown 

Similar to last year, the Super Application will be divided into three parts, each addressing a specific aspect of your student group. As the name suggests, the Super Application is designed to gather comprehensive information about your group, which is then shared with various departments/faculties. They assess your group's eligibility for funding and determine its ability to continue operations in the subsequent year(s). Additionally, the information collected is used to showcase your group's achievements and competitions through APSC communication platforms, giving your group increased visibility.

 

part 1

Section 1: Project Proposals & Reporting

Section 1 of the SuperApp focuses on verifying basic group information and introducing your projects to APSC. This also includes documentation to maintain your status as a student group. 

funding

Section 2: Funding & Finances

Section 2 of the SuperApp mainly focuses on finances. This ensures your team has adequate funding for the coming year and can deliver the proposed projects. Information is also collected on your team roster. 

part 3

Section 3: Group Policy Handbook

Section 3 covers group policies and expectations. This ensures your team operates safely, and opens up discussion on your team's Community Agreement. 

Detailed Breakdown

Here is a detailed breakdown for each section. For more information, refer to the Handbook. 

 

Section 1: Project Proposals & ReportingGroup Information (Verification Process)
Communications & Outreach
Project Overview
Student Group Learning
Facilities Management
Section 2: Funding, Finance & RosterFunding Sources & Finance (Spreadsheet)
Group Roster (Spreadsheet)
Section 3: Group Policy HandbookSafety & Risk Management (Flexible format!)
Student Group Success (Flexible format!)

 

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