Graduate Student Organization Grant Allocation Committee

Overview

The Graduate Student Organization Grant Allocation (GSOGA) award provides funding to graduate student organizations to support their activities, events, and programs. Such activities and events should enhance graduate student quality of life, allow opportunities for academic, professional, and personal development, promote engagement with the community, and create a forum for the exchange of information and ideas. There are four funding periods: two in the fall and two in the spring. The maximum grant amount is $1500.

Note: You no longer need to submit an FCO-6 form to be recognized as a graduate student organization. Your organization should be registered on BoilerLink.

Deadline

Grants reviewed twice per semester. Deadlines for Fall 2015 are September 30th and November 25th. Organizations can expect to receive their decision on October 21st and December 16th respectively.

Directions and Application Forms

Please read the GSOGA Grant Guidelines for eligibility, funding restrictions, and documentation requirements. Applications are to be electronically submitted through the application link below.

Application Instructions and Guidelines
Application
Sample Application (Old Format)
NEW: Evaluation Rubric

Questions

Contact the GSOGA Vice Chair Walter Schostak at gsoga.pgsg@gmail.com for more information.




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