Collaboration Grant Application
The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee’s collaboration grant is to promote interaction and facilitate discussion among student organizations who do not normally interact. The grant helps lift financial burdens a student organization may bear when planning their programs, motivating them to focus on program quality and efficacy.

Student organizations are permitted to request up to $500 for their event.* Any amount exceeding $500 will be handled on a case-by-case basis. An itemized list will be provided on the form so organizations can fill in items they wish to allocate funds for and will be discussed in detail through an interview.

How to Apply:
Student organizations interested in applying for the grant must fill out the application form at least 3 weeks prior to the event. (NOTE: Funding is distributed to your SORC account and can take up to a month before funds are posted.* You might receive the funds after your event if you submit the grant too close to the event date).

Student Organizations must submit their grant proposals at least 3 weeks in advance of their scheduled event. Following proposal submissions, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee will reach out to respective leaders of the organization to schedule an interview to discuss in detail the event (on zoom). A member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee will be present at the event to act as a liaison between the D&I committee and the respective groups. Upon completion of the event, student organizations must submit a 1-2 paragraph reflection about the event, discussing the impact it had on members and potentially the overall Pitt community.

*subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions and consequences
Name of Student Organization 1 (Primary) *
Name of Additional Student Organizations *
Name of Point of Contact 1 *
Name of Additional Point of Contacts (1 per org) *
Email 1 *
Email of Additional Point of Contacts (1 per org) *
Phone Number 1 *
Phone of Additional Point of Contacts (1 per org) *
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