Joint Allocation Committee

The Mental Health Joint Allocation Committee (JAC)

The Mental Health Joint Allocation Committee (JAC) manages the dispersal of the $1M fund allocated from the Student Government Association (SGA) and Georgia Tech administration in October of 2017. Any individual student, the office of Georgia Tech, or student clubs can apply for JAC funds! The purpose of JAC is to fund initiatives that improve the mental health and well-being of Georgia Tech students. If you have a proposal or just an idea for the use of this fund (or if you’re just curious), JAC has public meetings every week at the same time and location which is currently to be determined and the committee invites you to come! JAC can certainly help you through the steps of submitting a bill and would love more student input and more proposals! If you have other questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to gtsgajac@gmail.com!

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Information Sessions:

The Mental Health Joint Allocation Committee will be hosting two info sessions in the Fall of 2019. The info sessions will include general information about how to submit a bill to JAC and answer any questions you may have regarding bill submission and ideas. There will also be additional time to ask for feedback on any department or resource specific bill ideas and speak with members of JAC.

  • Monday, August 26th, 11 – 12 pm
    • Location: Lecture Hall 117 Smithgall 
  • Wednesday, September 18th, 11 – 12 pm
    • Location:  Lecture Hall 117 Smithgall 

What bills we want to fund:

  • Foster wellbeing
  • Manage stress
  • Help students live a balanced life
  • Educational programs
  • Creative and Innovative
  • Evidence-based
  • Sustainable
  • Student Organization:
  • Based in a department on campus for long term sustainability

What to do if you have an idea for a bill and want to get feedback!

  • Come to a JAC meeting
    • Open to the public
    • Ask questions on your ideas or a drafted bill
  • Email a prioritized list of bill ideas to JAC
    • We will discuss and send back our feedback
  • Set up a meeting with a JAC member
    • See below for contact information 

Bills the Mental Health Joint Allocation Committee has previously funded: