The Associated Students of CSU Student Funding Board unanimously allocated $8,147 to two groups Thursday.
The Non-Traditional Students Club received $5,000 to bring best-selling author Dr. Mary Pipher to speak on campus. This represents 43.5 percent of the total cost of Pipher’s speech.
Pipher is best known for her book “Reviving Ophelia,” about the effects of society on adolescent girls.
The Business College Council was allocated $3,147 for its annual Business Day presentations. Most of the funds will be used to print magazines for those attending and to pay for the rooms used for the presentations.
The funds allocated to the council make up 45.1 percent of the event’s total cost.