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URCW Student Travel Grant

URCW Travel Grant Application for Students Traveling without Faculty

  • Please read the Grant Info & Application page under the HPU Grants tab on the website before submitting an application. Students traveling with faculty should not complete this form. Faculty should complete a separate form to request support for themselves and the students they are accompanying. Students only complete this student travel grant application if they are not going to be accompanied by a faculty mentor. Funding is not guaranteed. Students are not eligible for funding for events which occur after they graduate.
  • STUDENT INFORMATION

  • What is your anticipated graduation semester and year?
  • DESTINATION AND PURPOSE FOR TRAVEL

  • Please include author name(s) and title of the abstract as it will appear at the conference program.
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  • FACULTY MENTOR INFORMATION

  • You need faculty mentor support of this application for a student travel grant. Please identify your mentor's name and email below. Upon submission of this application a request will go to your mentor requesting a short statement of support for your request. Your grant request will not be considered complete without your mentor's approval.
  • Thank you for completing this form. You should receive an email confirming your submission. If not, contact Dr. Joanne Altman in the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works urcw@highpoint.edu
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