Beverage Committee lists proposals funded by Pepsi contract

Beverage Committee lists proposals funded by Pepsi contract

As part of the University of St. Thomas agreement with Pepsi, funding is available to support proposals for durable goods that enhance and benefit the physical and social environment at St. Thomas. Annually, the Beverage Committee distributes a total of $50,000 worth of funding to clubs, organizations and departments. Over the past several years, the funds have been used to support a wide variety of needs and projects for the university community.

During the 2007-2008 academic year, the committee awarded partial or full funding for the following proposals:

  • A digital audio recorder for the Psychology Department
  • Furniture and equipment for the Student Health Center
  • Pool cues for Scooter's
  • A television for the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity
  • Digital cameras for the Journalism Department
  • Treadmills, upright bicycles and a cross trainer for campus fitness centers
  • A FANAMANIAC tent for Campus Life and STAR
  • Items for students to check out at the Koch Commons front desk
  • Digital recorders for Modern and Classical Languages
  • A digital camera for Multicultural Student Services
  • A digital camera, printer and supplies for student use in International Student Services
  • A printer for the Residence Hall Association
  • A television and games for Ireland Hall
  • Furniture, a grill and kitchen supplies for the Rome campus
  • Kitchen supplies for John Paul II Residence Hall students
  • Furniture and a Nintendo Wii System for Cretin and Grace halls
  • Photo enlargements and framing for the MBA Admissions Department
  • Television speakers and kitchen supplies for Dowling Hall
  • Chairs for the Commuter Center
  • A bicycle rack for the campus
  • Die cut sets for the program resource room in Koch Commons

Members of the Beverage Committee thank all the St. Thomas students, faculty and staff who submitted proposals for funding. Proposals from faculty, staff and students are accepted throughout the academic year. Visit the Campus and Residence Life Web page for instructions on submitting a proposal.

If you have questions about the committee or the awards, contact Mary Ann Ryan, executive director of campus and residence life, or Carl Mickman, USG president.