Late Night Programming Grant
Student organizations are encouraged to plan and implement late night programming on campus. If your event is scheduled to begin on or after 9:00pm or starts before 9:00pm but ends after 11:00pm, then the event is eligible for the Late Night Programming Grant. All events receiving funding must be open to the entire student body. An event may be eligible for both the Late Night Programming Grant and Spirit Grant (see description below).
Who Qualifies: Any chartered student organization (CSO) or registered student organization (RSO)
Grant Amount: Up to $250 per event
Submission: Applications must be submitted to Tedd Vanadilok (Locatelli Activity Center, 2nd Floor)
Deadlines: Applications are due at least 10 business days prior to event date
>>> Late Night Programming Grant Application
Multicultural Learning Grant
Sponsored by the Office for Multicultural Learning, the Multicultural Learning Grant focuses on collaborative efforts to enhance multicultural learning and education at SCU. The goal of the program is to support students and student organizations in creating programs, events, or projects designed in collaboration with more than one other cultural organization, designed to outreach to a diverse audience, and/or designed with a focus on multicultural education.
Who Qualifies: Any SCU student or student organization
Grant Amount: Up to $500 per program, event, or project
Submission: Applications must be submitted to Mary Ho (Benson Center, Room 207)
Deadlines: Applications are due by the first Monday of each month
>>> Multicultural Learning Grant Application