Could your club use a little extra funding? 

Due to a generous gift from the CHS Foundation, the College of Agriculture is pleased to offer four, $475 mini-grants for student organization activities. 

In order to qualify for funding, the following conditions must be met:

  1. The club must be a sanctioned club and/or organization (aka registered with the Office of Activities and Engagement for the year in which the funds are to be used).
  2. The club’s purpose must be related to agriculture and/or the STEM fields.
  3. A minimum of seven club members must participate in the activity in which the funds are being requested.
  4. Only one mini-grant can be earned per club per year.

Funds may not be used for individual support, ongoing club expenses, fundraisers or club recruitment activities. Funds for the 20-21 academic year have been awarded. Please use the form below to apply for funds for the 21-23 acacademic year. Funding is allocated on a first come, first serve basis. 

 

Fill out the following form to be considered for funding:

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Please fill out the following form to be considered for funding. 

Fund requests for the 21-22 academic year are due March 31, 2022. Funding is allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
Please indicate the name of the club applying for funding.
Please indicate full name.
Please list the best email to utilize when contacting the club regarding this request.
Please list the specific date or date ranges of the activity.
List full name of your club's advisor.
What would your club plan to do with a CHS mini-grant?
Explain how the individuals benefiting from this experience/activity will 'pay it forward' and use the experience to positively contribute to the CoA community.
Describe the budget of the event, actvity or trip indicating total costs, funds that have been received from other sources, etc.
By entering your name above, you are indicating that you understand these CHS funds may not be uitlized for individual support, ongoing club expenses, fundraisers or club recruitment activities. Further, in order to qualify for funding the following conditions must be met: the club must be a sanctioned club or organization (registered with the Office of Activities and Engagement), the club's purpose must be related to agriculture and/or the STEM fields, a minimum of seven club members must participate in the activity in which the funds are being requested and only one mini-grant can be earned per club, per year.