Student Life Grants provide funding and support for students to create innovative co-curricular projects that build a sense of community.
Have an idea for an event, activity or project that seeks to enrich campus life and strengthen our community? Apply for a Student Life Grant before 9 am Thursday 3 November for the opportunity to bring your idea to life.
You can apply as an individual or a group to access up to $3000 of funding and development support for project ideas that support our student community in the areas of social activities and mentoring, professional development, community contribution and academic research.
In addition to the Welcome Week, General and Dalyell grant streams, the Sustainability Action stream has been added to fund projects which enable and embed sustainability across the University community in 2023. Projects for this stream can include:
repair stations inline with the reduce, reuse, recycle principle
pollinator projects (like native bee hive building)
worm farm workshops
sustainable art exhibits
renewable energy demonstrations
zero waste cooking classes
Applications for Student Life Grants are now open. Apply before 9 am Thursday 3 November.
Join Student Life on Thursday 6 October from 12 pm - 2 pm at the Jane Foss Russell courtyard to find out more about how the grants program can help bring your idea to life, as well as pick up your free edible native plant from Indigigrow.
Keep up to date with the event by following Student Life on Instagram.
We’ve got you covered! Register to attend the information and brainstorming workshop on Tuesday 11 October from 12 pm - 1:30 pm to hear about the grants and work through guided exercises to really flesh out your idea.
If you have questions your application, please reach out to the Student Life team at firstname.lastname@example.org.