The Office of the President is pleased to announce the launch of the Twenty for ’15 grant initiative. During the 2015 calendar year, the President’s Office will grant 20 different $1000 awards to support projects designed to enhance the quality of life at Ripon College. Ten grants will be awarded in the spring semester and ten will be awarded in the fall semester.
Past successful proposals have supported: A Social Justice retreat; Adirondack chairs for outdoor use; Guest speakers on medical ethics; The campus “hoop house” for growing herbs and greens, and “The Long Way Home” mural in downtown Ripon
Any current member of the faculty, staff or student body may submit a proposal. However, preference will be given to new applicants.
Successful project proposals will:
- Serve the greater good of academic and campus life
- Benefit the greatest number of people at Ripon College
- Enhance the quality of life and reputation of Ripon College and the local community
- Funds may not be used for personal compensation and must be used within the 2015 calendar year.
Awardees will be expected to submit a one-page report describing the project and its outcomes within 60 days of the project’s completion (or by the end of the semester in which the grant is awarded, if the project is ongoing), as well as invoices to document expenses.
Please complete the online form to submit a one-page description of your proposal and a short detailed budget as to how you plan to use the $1000 award. Proposals will be accepted at any time during the spring or fall semesters, and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis based on the above criteria.