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Semester Allocation Report

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Step 1: Open the Semester Allocation Report

The semester allocation report is created automatically when the Bonner Foundation locks the semester registrar's list.  


It can be found under the School Menu > Bonner Scholar Program > Allocation tab.



Step 2: Review the Allocation Amounts Per Student

Allocation reports for the fall and spring semesters should be used to include amounts for:

  1. School Year Award
  2. Administrative Fund Grant
  3. Community Fund

    6. Rising Senior Fund (shown here as Junior Bonus)


Allocation reports for the summer semester should be used to include amounts for:
   4. Summer Living Stipend
   5. Summer Earnings Stipend
   6. Rising Senior Fund (shown here as Junior Bonus)
   7. Loan Reduction


You should review the Financial Guidelines for these Bonner Scholars Program allocation to clarify any questions about the different allocation categories, as well as to find guidelines for rising seniors to submit their proposals for the Rising Senior Fund, which ca also be allocated in rising senior's Summer semester or else their senior Fall or Spring semesters.



Step 3: Notify the Foundation to Lock the Report

Once you have reviewed and/or filled in the allocation report, please use the Available Actions > Notify Bonner Foundation for Review menu to send an email to the Foundation so they can lock the allocation report.


Once that step is completed, the Foundation will mail an official letter to the school with approval for the semester funds to be allocated from your Bonner Scholar Program Endowment.



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