eligible groups are invited to apply to the Co-Curricular Competition Fund
Committee for funding during the upcoming academic semester. Funded by
student fees, these awards are intended to support student intercollegiate
intellectual and technical competitions (Note: this funding cannot be used
for athletics, conferences, or workshops unless student competition is being
judged at event.) Funds are available to support
state, regional, and national competition activities of officially
recognized clubs and organizations linked to curricular programs.
Proposal merit and
the number of students benefiting in the planned program will be the primary
criteria for distribution of funds. There is no guarantee that all
proposals will be funded. In the event that the funds are not needed, they
will be added to the funds available for the next academic semester.
Applications will be reviewed in February and October of each semester.
Applicants will be notified in writing of the committee's decision within
two weeks after the application deadline.
- Be considered an
- Be representative
of the college
- Direct benefits to
- Direct benefits to
- Events should be
related to applied curriculum
- Cannot be an
athletic (sports) related event
- Cannot be for
conferences and/or workshops
- Must list any
fundraising activities related to event
- Must include other
sources of funding and amount received (other grants, division support,
- Must indicate
other sources of funding that will be requested (other grants, division
- Failure to meet
the criteria will result in immediate dismissal of the funding request
and no funds will be allocated for that request.
consists of at least seven (7) members, four (4) of which are students.
Student representation should consist of at least one (1) technical, one (1)
academic, one (1) legislative branch, and one (1) executive branch member.
An award letter will be sent to the appropriate division/club. Expenses
will be paid from the division/club's cost center.
Reimbursement will be made at the end of the project
upon receipt of a written report.
report should include a detailed budget and copies of requisitions, IDGs,
and proof of other expenses. Submit to
Brandon Lytle in
within 30 days of the project completion.