Fall Sustainability Fee Final Applications Due
Date / Time
November 11, 2022
Who administers the Sustainability Fee funding?
Funding from this fee is administered by the Sustainability Fee Advisory Board. The SFAB is a 10-person board that is comprised of students, staff and faculty that meets regularly. Any currently registered student, staff or faculty member can join the board.
Who can apply?
All UIC undergraduate, graduate, professional students, registered student organizations, staff, and faculty are eligible to apply. Funding is only available to university-affiliated projects. If needed, the Sustainability Fee Advisory Board will help provide access to campus resources and personnel to approve projects. SFAB can also suggest other entities that may provide funding or assistance. Awardees will be notified after the SFAB meetings if their project is approved.
Project Proposals Over $5,000
Project proposals over $5,000 will be required to submit an initial Letter of Inquiry due Oct. 14; SFAB will prescreen LOIs for appropriateness and feasibility and provide recommendations accordingly to the final proposal. If the LOI is approved, a final proposal will be required by Nov. 11. Projects over $60,000 should list project components and priorities in the case that the board can partially fund, instead of fully fund, the project.
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