Functional Areas

ASG Office of Financial Affairs

With nearly 400 Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus, the ASG Office of Financial Affairs provides funding opportunities for programming, conference attendance, and supplies. Yearly, there is over $200,000 available for RSOs. RSO’s have the opportunity to seek funding four times a year at a cap of $10,000 per year. Funding can cover the cost of a conference, bringing a speaker to campus, purchasing food for an event, and much more! The Office of Financial Affairs Board, chaired by the ASG Treasurer, meets once a week to review and approve budgets. Board members also attend funded events to ensure funds are being properly utilized and serve weekly office hours.


Freshman Leadership Forum - Leadership Development Program

The Freshman Leadership Forum works to educate and engage freshmen in the process of shared governance at the University of Arkansas. Freshman Leadership Forum members develop leadership skills and increase awareness of diversity in order to effectively represent fellow students in the future. Freshman Leadership Forum members learn the operations of ASG through interactive educational programming, serving in multiple roles within the organization, and intentional networking. Freshman Leadership Forum are selected early in the fall semester and the program runs through the spring semester. Freshman Leadership Forum members are overseen by a student leader Coordinator who is assisted a staff comprised of other student leaders.


Razorback Action Group

The Razorback Action Group is a nonpartisan student advocacy group working to inform municipal, state, and federal government officials of issues to the student body. Members of RAG meet outside of other ASG meetings to plan legislative advocacy trips to Little Rock as well as on-campus initiatives. Undergraduate students can apply to be a part of RAG regardless of current or previous ASG involvement. RAG is led by the ASG Director of External Relations, a position within the Executive Cabinet.


Associate Member Program

Associate Member is a minimal commitment program designed to introduce students to ASG while participating in limited, specific activities as agents of ASG. Open to new and returning students, Associate Members learn about ASG from current ASG agents, network together, and gain insights into ASG elections an applications. The Associate Member Program is led by the ASG Director of the Associate Member Program, a position within the Executive Cabinet.