The fundraising chair works with class officers to develop class fundraising strategies. Traditionally, the graduating class makes a class contribution to the SCMS Scholarship Fund during the graduation ceremony, to provide assistance for those who follow in their footsteps.
Curious about what normal is? Reach out and connect with previous classes about what they did, how it worked, thoughts and ideas.
Please be sensitive - many classmates are on scholarship and do not have expense accounts to draw on. Look for creative ways to raise scholarship dollars without leaning on individual classmate contributions.
For legal reasons - no raffles please.
Raffle as defined by the Texas Charitable Raffles Law: (6) "Raffle" means the award of one or more prizes by chance at a single occasion among a single pool or group of persons who have paid or promised a thing of value for a ticket that represents a chance to win a prize.
Please always refer to the school as Southwest CUNA Management School or SCMS. It is important not to simply use CUNA Management School, as that refers to the school in Madison.
Always discuss with the SCMS Director before using the school logo or other images related to SCMS (including faculty). We do not have permission to use TCU’s logo beyond what is already on the SCMS website.
(Created by the Class of 2008)
As students involve and request personal credit union vendors for financial support of the class, it is important students do the following:
The following vendors directly support Southwest CUNA Management School. Please do not approach them for additional contributions.
Also be mindful of vendors supporting the SCMS Scholarship Golf Tournament.
(Revised November 2013)