Q. Can I receive more than one grant?
Yes, faculty and staff may submit, and may receive, more than one grant. However,
since funds are limited, it is highly unlikely to secure funding for multiple projects.
You are strongly encouraged to submit only one grant request per year.
Q. How much money is usually awarded?
Awards vary. Grant requests up to $3,000 will be considered.
Q. Can I receive money for the same project more than once?
Each year, approximately 50% of available funding is allocated to grants that have
not been funded in the past. So, while you may apply, it will be very competitive.
Grant recipients are encouraged to work with the Director of Grants and the Executive
Director of the Foundation to find other sources of funding for future years.
Q. For how many years can I receive funding for the same grant?
No project will receive funding for more than three consecutive years.
Q. Are there any other requirements to receive grant funds?
Applications must be submitted by a currently employed staff or faculty member. If
awarded grant funding, applicants must submit a written report upon completion of
the grant. If receiving second-year funding, this report must be received before the
next year's funds can be released. Failure to do this may result in refusal of future
allocations. Recipients may be asked to present their project or program at a Foundation
Board of Directors meeting.
Also, to help the Foundation achieve our goal of increasing visibility on campus and
in the larger community, we ask that you give recognition to the Foundation for financially
supporting the project. The Foundation logo is available as necessary.