Trust and Auxiliary Funds
SBCC trust and auxiliary organizations have been in existence for many decades as a necessary supplement to state supported instructional and administrative activities. These organizations are subject to applicable state and federal laws and regulations. In addition, they operate within the policies established by the Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees.
The trust and auxiliary organizations must be self-supporting. They do not receive funding from General Fund sources. They derive revenue from various sources such as student body fees, fundraisers, programming ticket sales, private donations, and with the generous support of the SBCC Foundation. Pursuant to existing laws and policies, the materials and services provided by the campus to these separate entities are paid for by the trust and auxiliary organization.
Complete and Attach the Missing Receipt Acknowledgment form to any Requests for Payments or Credit Card submissions for which a receipt can not be supplied.
Transfer Request between Trust/Auxiliary Fund and the General Fund
Use this form if an expense has been erroneously coded to a different fund, organization, account or program.
Use these instructions to understand your Budget Code (FOAPAL), Accessing Simpler, Finding your Fund/Org/Account numbers based on the name, Searching Balances, Managing Financial Transactions (Credits and Debits on your Fund) and Saving Reports.
SBCC Foundation Forms
The SBCC Foundation has provided Santa Barbara City College with private philanthropic support since 1976, serving as the vehicle through which individuals and organizations may invest in the college and its students. As an independent 501c3 nonprofit organization and partner to SBCC, the SBCC Foundation provides more than $5 million annually for student success programs, scholarships, book grants, emergency funds, and other critical needs of the college. For more than four decades, the resources raised and managed by the SBCC Foundation have supported SBCC students as they prepare for careers, transfer to four-year universities, and pursue lifelong learning goals.
In order to utilize funding for pre-approved expenditures, the following forms may be used request access and transfers from the Foundation to the District .