Graduate mini-grants are a way of helping our students with some of those small financial pieces that can feel like big barriers in the face of student success.
Want to conduct research for your thesis, but don’t have enough cash to cover equipment? Need gas money to drive to field locations? Don’t think you can cover the hotel or travel to present at a conference? Graduate mini-grants may help get you there!
Awards of up to $400 may be available to graduate students who are in good standing and are ready to pursue research or participate in conferences. Graduate mini-grant proposals are evaluated twice a year – once in Fall and once in Spring – for the purpose of helping students to meet financial hurdles to research and program participation.
If you have a financial need and are looking for just a little help to get you there, apply today!