Engage

The Engage Platform gives you the ability to navigate your community, find ways to get involved, view your account and involvement, and manage your organizations as an officer or student leader.

Using Engage to Update Org Rosters

Watch the video below or scroll down to see written instructions on how to update org rosters.

*Important note: You should only be changing the settings of the respective students that are a) newly elected to, b) departing, or c) changing positions in your org Top 4. Any misuse of this privilege will result in consequences.

Instructions on adding a member to the roster:

1. Once logged into Engage from the SJU Sign On portal, click the top left icon (left of St. John’s University) to access the webpage menu.

2. Scroll down the tool bar to My Organization and select the settings icon.  

3. On the pop-up screen select Rosters

4. On the next page select  Invite People

5.  Add in the St. John’s email address of the board member you would like to join your page

Instructions on how to make changes to the roster:

1. Once logged into Engage from the SJU Sign On portal, click the top left icon (left of St. John’s University) to access the webpage menu.

2. Scroll down the tool bar to My Organization and select the settings icon.  

3. On the pop-up screen select Rosters

4. Search for the name of the board member and select the pencil icon.  

5.  A populated list will appear, and you can select a new title for the user.

6.  For old board members you can change their roster status to member.

Note: only the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasure have user permissions that will allow a board member to make changes to the page, request funding and edit the group roster.

Using Engage to Manage budgets, purchase requests, and special allocations.

Terms and Definitions

Quote: A quote is a formal cost estimate for the work/service/product to be provided. It can be verbal or written, however, it is always better to have anything money related in writing.

Invoice: A detailed list of the work/service/product that has already been delivered or sold, and the service is complete. This list also includes the company name, date of service, quantity of items, as well as cost to be paid.

Receipt: A document from the seller/service provider confirming payment (usually with a detailed list) by the buyer, that the work/service/product provided has been paid in full.

Allocated Funds: Funds allocated (distributed) by SGi to your organization.

Earned Income/Revenue: Funds raised through fundraising by the organization.