The Dean of the College division provides multiple sources of funding for personal needs, student-run events, and campus programs.
Each year, the Dean of the College sponsors a limited number of supplemental student and academic programs and events that promote leadership development, community-building, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. This sponsorship ordinarily requires the event, initiative, or program to be offered campuswide and ineligible for other funding options. Submissions may be made by students, staff, or faculty on behalf of an individual or group.Ìý
Please contact the Office of the Dean of the College at email@example.com for more information.Ìý
The campus program departments listed below do not ordinarily directly sponsor student-initiated programs. The Budget Allocation Committee (BAC) should serve as the primary source of funding for student activities. Please talk with the department for clarification about opportunities in any of the areas. Ìý
ALANA Cultural Center
The ALANA Cultural Center has funds available that relate to its mission of supporting students of color and their cultural identities and histories.
Shaw Wellness Institute
The Shaw Wellness Institute has funds available for campus partnerships that will allow students to lead healthy, balanced, and purposeful lives.
Max A. Shacknai Center for Outreach Volunteerism and Education (COVE) Ìý Ìý
The COVE has funds available for student-initiated projects focused on affecting lasting social change.
Office of the ChaplainsÌý
The Office of the Chaplains has funds available for supporting mission trips and other areas of student religious life.
Office of Student Involvement (OSI)
OSI offers a limited number of opportunities for personal growth and leadership development through attendance at a conference. In addition, OSI offers funding for team student group development activities.