Inclusive Excellence Mini Grants Guidelines
Guidelines for the Fiscal Year 2013-2014
The purpose of the mini grants are to improve inclusiveness and diversity on campus and align with the UW-Parkside Strategic Plan, Strategic Direction D.
Inclusivity and diversity permeates all policies, procedures, programs, services, decisions and student, faculty and staff experiences.
All current students, faculty, and staff. The project/activity must be an on-campus event.
The Inclusive Excellence Mini Grants Committee meets the second Wednesday of the month during the academic year. Grant funding requests are due by the 1st of the month. The Committee will review and respond to your request within two (2) weeks of the deadline date. The Mini Grants Committee reserves the right to review grants at other times due to exceptional circumstances.
GUIDELINES FOR WRITING PROPOSALS
To be eligible, all proposals must follow the guidelines stated in the document and provide the information requested on the application form. The proposal can be sent to the Chair of the Mini Grants Committee (Kim White, Advising and Career Center) in one of two formats:
If you have any questions about completing or submitting your proposal, feel free to contact any of the Mini Grants Committee Members for assistance.
GUIDELINES FOR FINAL REPORT
A final report is due no later than thirty (30) days after the completion of the event/project. The final report must include the following:
MINI GRANTS COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Kim White, Chair
Alfredo Sandoval Flores
All approved mini grants projects and the final report will be published on the Inclusive Excellence website!