Late Night Programming Grant
Not being offered at this time
The Late Night Programming Grant is not being offered at this time. Apologies for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, contact Tedd Vanadilok, Director of the Center for Student Involvement.
Multicultural Learning Grant
The Multicultural Learning Grants are sponsored by the and the Erkman Endowment Fund. These grants focus on collaborative efforts to enhance multicultural learning and education at SCU.
- For students: The goal of the funding is to support students and student organizations in creating programs and projects designed in collaboration with more than one other cultural organization, designed to outreach to a diverse audience, and/or designed with a focus on multicultural education. For students, these grants are capped at $350. Apply here.
- For faculty and staff: The financial resources generated from this fund should be directed to academic discourse and public conversation that specifically, intentionally, and equally addresses the understanding and inclusion of those most often marginalized by their ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and/or physical and mental abilities. This grant is recommended for students, student organizations, and University departments applying for up to $350.
How to Apply
Who Qualifies: Any student or student organization
Grant Amount: Up to $350
Deadlines: Applications are due by the first Wednesday of each month (except January 2017 when the deadline is the second Wednesday of the month)
Online Application: Click here to start the online application
For More Information: Pauline Nguyen, Program Manager, Office for Multicultural Learning