Grants will be awarded to any student group who desires to make a difference in our community through designing and implementing a service project! We recognize that there are costs associated with service projects, so we grant financial resources to student groups who aspire to serve our community.
The best service projects are beneficial to both our community partners (non-profit agencies, schools, or religious organizations) and to our students. Student groups can include athletic teams, groups of friends, classes, residence life groups, and student organizations. To qualify for these grants, the service project must be a co-curricular service-learning project.
Co-Curricular Service-Learning is a form of experiential education in which students participate in meaningful service to their communities while engaging in some sort of reflection related to the service and social justice/societal issues that are addressed by the service provided.
Grants are reviewed by a committee. To get a grant application or for assistance with writing the grant, please contact Crystal Weitz, Director of Service and Community Engagement, at 419-434-6671 or [email protected]