How to Apply
UISC Grants: Applicants must be University of Idaho undergraduate, graduate or law students enrolled at the university during the entire duration of the project.
In addition, applicants must be in good academic standing.
Partnerships are allowed, including those with non-students (staff, faculty, off-campus entities, etc); however, students must play the central role in project design, execution and reporting.
The Grant Info Forum is Sept. 6, from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Clearwater room of the Commons. Please email the Projects Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Attendance is mandatory for those wishing to submit proposals. Plus, this is a great chance to discuss ideas, meet others who want to work on similar projects, and basically get all the details in place.
The Grant-Writing Workshop is Sept. 20, from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Aurora room of the Commons. Email the Projects Coordinator for further details.
This meeting is essential to learning to produce a well-crafted grant; therefore attendance is required for acceptance of any UISC Grant Proposal.
Download the Grant Budget Template for your proposal.
The UISC and has specific requirements for what we expect from your proposals and the Request for Proposals covers it all.
Submit your UISC Grant proposal electronically to the UISC Projects Coordinator before the deadline.
ALL grant proposals are due Sept. 29, 2016 by 11 p.m.
Wait for the UISC Staff and Advisory Board to evaluate the proposals and announce awards.
Writing a grant proposal seems like a daunting endeavor. However, as with all persuasive writing it takes simply two things; the will to do it, and the will to do it. Our staff is always happy to help you hammer out your ideas, so feel free to contact us or stop by for help.