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Funding is available to all students and organizations. However, only Chartered Student Organizations* may apply for the Contingency and Collaboration Fund at this time. The Contingency, Conference, and Challenge Grant are processed through EAC while the Collaboration Fund is processed and approved by the HUSC Executive Board. Generally speaking, it may take one, two, or even three weeks to process a request based on the volume of applicants. We HIGHLY recommend that you apply sooner than later as the funds work on a first come, first serve basis. We also encourage organizational fundraising and can work with you on such project.
need to know
After your submission, the HUSC EAC Chair will be in contact with you shortly thereafter to set up a meeting time. Working with you is our priority and we want to make the experience as easy and efficient as possible. However, we cannot guarantee an expedited response. In addition, please be mindful that we may not be able to meet during your given availability. If it is not possible to meet before your deadline, we will work with you via email. Be aware that this may lengthen the process.
pdf & Labels
All applications must be submitted via Google Forms NO LATER than 30 days in ADVANCE of the registration (conference) or event (contingency) deadline. Special circumstances may be determined by the Chair.
Download your application as PDF and label it as follows:
Fill out all sections on the applications. Any submissions that are incomplete will be returned. EAC does NOT receive any applications via email. If you submit an application via email, we will redirect you to the online Google Form.
There are several different types of funds students can apply for. All funds are approved to the discretion of the committee and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. We heavily encourage that students and organizations fundraise and HUSC is happy to help you do so! Contact Jessie Luevano at email@example.com for more information.
The Conference Fund is meant to sponsor individual students and groups to various conferences (including dinners, marches - see HUSC bylaws for more clarification). To the discretion of the Chair, the fund may include transportation, registration, and lodging fees. HUSC does not fund beverages, drinks, or other food items and individual trips/excursions.
The Challenge Grant is designed for organizations who have completed fundraising. HUSC will match dollar to dollar what an org has fundraised independently (does not include donations) up to $1,000 USD. An organization may request the grant TWICE per year for a combined total of maximum, $1,000 USD
the New chartered organizations fund
If you are a newly chartered organization you may apply for the NCO fund which grants temporary funding to new chartered student organizations. Orgs who charter prior to the spring semester are eligible for up to $500. Orgs who charter after the Spring Budget Season are eligible for up $250.
To apply for the NCO Fund you must:
Meet all the requirements of a chartered organization up to the day of your application
Submit a budget proposal and justification concurrent with the current year's standards
You may choose to present your proposal to the Economic Affairs Committee (EAC).
Documents and application materials will be coming soon. Contact Jessie Luevano at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information