Student Engagement Grant (SEG) - Title V - Adams State University

The Title V Steering Committee is pleased to announce the availability of Student Engagement Grants at $1,000 for the 2012 Hilos Summer Institute participants to support the goals below:

Goal #1: Cultivate a high quality, student-centered environment for Hispanic and low-income students to address issues of access, student success, and retention. Goal #2: Implement a faculty development program focused on the needs of Hispanic and low-income students. Goal #3: The improvement of Hispanic and low-income student access to technology. Who can apply? Student Engagement Grants are available to individuals completing the 2012 Hilos Summer Institute hosted by Adams State University Title V Institutional Grant. Contact Lillian Gomez, Project Director, regarding questions about the Student Engagement Grant process. 719-587-7591 or How do I submit my SEG? Complete the Student Engagement Grant application provided at the 2012 Hilos Summer Institute and submit via email, (, inner office mail to MCD 344, or online at the ASU Hilos website. By Title V Grant requirements a brief summary documenting the success of your Student Engagement Grant will be submitted to the Project Director by June 30, 2013. Student Engagement Grant due dates: Student Engagement Grant application process begins August 1, 2012. All SEG's will be reviewed by the members of the Title V Steering Committee and notification of award will be given within 15 working days of the SEG submission via email. All SEGs funds ($1,000) must be expended or allocated (encumbered) by May 30, 2013. Unexpended funds will not be re-allocated.

In a short summary please specifically respond to the following questions as they relate to your Student Engagement Grant and complete the budget.

Student Engagement Grant Budget

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