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Student Involvement: Spring Grants

For the spring grant cycle, projects can be awarded $2,000 to $20,000. While the Fall Mini Grants are mostly for smaller, more short-term projects, the Spring Grants should be much larger and more complex projects that aim to resolve a particular sustainability issue. This grant process has two proposal stages before projects are selected. One page pre-proposals are submitted in the Winter Quarter and full proposals are submitted in Spring Quarter.

The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) has announced its first Major Grants for 2018-19:

TOTALS: 8 of 18 submitted projects funded, 7 projects returned for possible revision and resubmission.  Total awarded: $101,504

2018 Spring Grant Cycle Timeline (now concluded)

Winter Quarter: Stage 1 Pre-Proposal Submissions

Applicants must submit an abstract form during winter quarter. See deadline listed above. Abstracts must be submitted before applicants can be invited by the TGIF Committee to submit a Final Proposal. Spring grant abstracts are competitive and not all abstract submissions are likely to be invited to Stage 2.

Pre-Proposal Application Form

Spring Quarter: Stage 2: Final Proposal Submission (Invited Applicants only)

Applicants must submit a final application form during spring quarter. See deadline listed above.

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