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Project Support Funding for Students

  • Please read the Grant Info & Application page under the HPU Grants tab on the website before submitting an application. From this fund, students may be awarded up to $250 towards support in carrying out research or creative projects. Travel requests should be requested through the URCW Student Travel Grant Application. 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?
  • This is to enable HPU to send press announcements to your home paper. Parents love to see your accomplishments in print.
  • PROJECT NARRATIVE

  • BUDGET

  • Be sure to read the Budget Guidelines before submitting your application. Students are eligible to receive up to $250.

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  • FACULTY MENTOR INFORMATION

  • You need faculty mentor support of this application for a student project support 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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