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HSU Diversity Program Grant Application Form

The Diversity Program Funding Committee invites HSU organizations, HSU staff, and HSU faculty to submit proposals for programs offered on campus to the university community that raise awareness, deepen understanding, and/or engage the campus community in dialogue about one or more of the multiple dimensions of diversity. Such dimensions of diversity may include – but are not limited to – culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and ability. Proposals intended to increase the participation and retention of historically underrepresented groups in the campus community will also be considered.

Allocations for HSU Diversity Program Awards typically fall between $100 - $3,500. Partial funding for programs/activities is possible. Student organizations, staff and faculty are invited to submit proposals for Diversity Program Grants. Each proposal should include applicant information, a description of the program please limit the description to 2-3 pages single spaced), and a balanced categorical budget.

 To apply for this grant, please complete the application below. Make sure to attach your document files to the application (in the relevant fields, below).

Note: This form cannot be saved. You must complete it in one sitting. It is recommended you complete your, Program Description and Categorical Budget,before you start this form. For more information, and links to ALL forms please visit:

http://www2.humboldt.edu/diversity/diversity-program-grants/grant-forms

PROJECT/EVENT INFORMATION

If you chose YES, a signature from Joan Tyson is required on the Signature Form. To see a list of AS progams, please visit: http://humboldt.edu/associatedstudents/services/as-programs

If you have multiple dates for your event, please enter the date for the first day of events.

If you have multiple times for your event, please enter the time for your first event.

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Awards typically fall between $100 - $3,500. Partial funding for programs/activities is possible.

APPLICANT INFORMATION
ADMINISTRATIVE ADVISOR INFORMATION

Please note:
ONLY HSU Student Organizations/Clubs need to have an Administrative Advisor. Individual facutly or staff members will work directly with the ASC in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to navigate the budget and administrative procedures procedures.
The role of the Administrative Advisor is to support/advise the student on HOW to do things, not to do it for them. The Administrative Advisor should be familiar with HSU procedures for processing reimbursements and other administrative paperwork. This is generally not the same person as your faculty/staff advisor, but could, for example, be the Administrative Support Coordinator in your major department or another person familiar with administrative support procedures. 
 ***NOTE: The Administrative Advisor is the liason between the student and the Diversity Program Funding Grant Administrator (ODI)***
 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ONLY
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION & BUDGET

Please attach a description of the program and a balanced categorical budget.

Please attach a word document or pdf file of your program description. ***Limit for the program description is 2-3 pages single spaced***
*To download the  Program Description template that you can use to fill out for your grant, click here (you are required to use this template).

Please attach a categorical budget for your program description. A template of a categorical budget can be found at:http://www2.humboldt.edu/diversity/diversity-program-grants/grant-form
Note: Only budgets in the template format provided will be accepted. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

SIGNATURE FORM

By checking the boxes below, you confirm you understand that your, if applicable, Administrative Advisor and your Club Advisor must sign the Signature Form. Note: The Signature form must be submitted to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion by the deadline.