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 firstname.lastname@example.org. How do I submit my SEG? Complete the Student Engagement Grant application provided at the 2012 Hilos Summer Institute and submit via email, (email@example.com), 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.
Name of SEG Applicant
Date of Submission
In a short summary please specifically respond to the following questions as they relate to your Student Engagement Grant and complete the budget.
How will the SEG promote the development of a cultivated, high quality, student centered evironment for Hispanic and low-income students that addresses issues of access, student success, and retention.
How will the SEG improve faculty development programs focused on the needs of Hispanic and low-income students.
How will the SEG improve Hispanic and low-income student access to technology.
Student Engagement Grant Budget
Please indicate the budget line item, unit cost, provide a description and the total amount.
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