1. Apply here
- For direct grants without a performer, please apply 2 weeks before the event
- For a contract or performer, please apply 4 weeks before the event
- For travel, please apply 4 weeks before the event
2. A Student Funding Board member will be in touch with you shortly in order to schedule an appointment regarding your grant.
- To be on this weeks schedule, grants must be submitted by Tuesday at 5:00pm
3. Come on Friday at your scheduled time to the the grant hearing in SILC.
4. Once we hear your grant, we’ll tell you the next steps.
For regular events, we request that you get your grant request into us about 2-3 weeks in advance to make sure we have time to review it. If the event is more complicated and involves travel, large contracts with off-campus parties, etc., we would like to have the information 4-6 weeks in advance. This will ensure you have enough time to fill out all the forms needed by the University.
The Student Funding Board
The SFB is made up of the Ethics Officer, Budget Director and 3 students who are hired for the purpose of allocating funding based on grants received. The SFB meets at least once per week during the school year to hear grant requests. Individual SFB Officers work one-on-one with grant applicants to make sure that they are prepared for the grant review process.
Direct Club Grant
Direct Club Grant of up to $4,000, which is the total amount an organization can receive as a maximum for the year, are available to student organizations for events or activities they pursue by themselves.
Joint Club Grant
Joint Club Grant of up to $7,500 are available for events and activities when two or more student organizations are organizing the event or activity. Receiving a Joint Club Grant does not affect an organization’s eligibility for Direct Club Grants.
Individual Student Grant
Individual Student Grants have been available for students in the past are available again this year. If you have questions about the Individual Student Grants please contact Megan Buxton as they are more complicated to discuss.