The Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Program offers grants to support students engaged in research or creative work. Two different grants are available to students: Production and Presentation Grants.
Production grants are intended to support students by defraying the direct costs of conducting scholarly or creative work. Costs associated with producing a final project related to your work (such as printing of posters, papers, etc) can be included. Students are eligible to apply for 2 production grants per academic year, with the award totaling no more than $600. Production grant amounts range from $50-$600.
Presentation grants support the costs incurred by students traveling to present their work off-campus. Costs associated with preparing for your presentation (such as printing posters, arranging travel, conference registration fees, etc) can be included. Students are eligible to apply for 1 presentation grant per academic year, with the award totaling no more than $750.00.
**Please note: students applying for projects related to the Fine Arts should apply for a production grant if they are coordinating a performance or display. Fine Arts students should only apply for a presentation grant if they will be showcasing their work off-campus.