Office of Finance
At its core, the purpose of the Finance Commission is to safeguard the student activity fee.
Some methods we have to ensure that the student activity fee is allocated responsibly includes: our annual budgeting process for student organizations and our special project fund to cover unique events that can benefit the NDSU community as a whole.
The Executive Commissioner of Finance is charged with overseeing and distributing the $3.8 million student activity fee to various departments and student organizations in collaboration with the Assistant Executive Commissioner of Finance and the Finance Commission. The Executive Commissioner of Finance chairs the Finance Commission and Finance Advisory Board. He/she also serves as a member on the Student Fee Advisory Board and Great Rides Bikeshare board of directors.
The Assistant Executive Commissioner of Finance's main responsibility is to work with Tier II student organizations for their funding questions, requests and reimbursement. The Assistant Executive Commissioner of Finance serves as secretary of both the Finance Commission and Finance Advisory Board and relays the minutes and documents to senators.
Wednesdays @ 5:30 p.m. (Closed Commission)
|Mason Wenzel, Executive Commissioner of Finance|
|Landon Holmquist, Assistant Executive Commissioner of Finance|
Please contact Mason and Landon at email@example.com with any questions regarding finance and organization financial forms
Public Fund Display
- Contingency Request Form
- TORFF Form
- Reimbursement Request
- Multicultural and Educational Program Request Form
- Print Card Request Form
About the Finance Executive Commissioners
Hometown: Grand Forks, ND
Favorite Hobby: Hiking
Fun Fact: I can solve a Rubik's Cube.
Why you chose NDSU: I chose NDSU because it is a beautiful campus with the most amazing people.
Why you are in Student Government: To help assist organizations and students so they can accomplish all of their goals.
Favorite Thing About NDSU: The Five Time National Champion Football Team
Organizations: Interfraternity Council, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and College Republicans, Sandy's Donuts Club
Hometown: West Fargo, ND
Favorite Hobby: Traveling to different places that have great site seeing
Favorite Thing About NDSU: My favorite thing is the great opportunities that you have to get involved around campus. There is always something to fit what you are looking for here.
Why you chose NDSU: I first chose NDSU because it was familiar and close to me. I've always enjoyed the Fargo area and wanted to stay.
Why you are in Student Government: I first got involved just to have something to be involved with, but now I am because I found it to be a good way to give back to the campus and make a positive impact.
Fun Fact: My first car had over 512,000 miles on it.
Organizations: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Interfraternity Council