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Center for Undergraduate Excellence

Undergraduate Scholarly/Creative Grants

» Undergraduate Scholarly/Creative Grants

As a part of its commitment to scholarly, creative, and interdisciplinary work by students at Chapman University, the Center for Undergraduate Excellence invites proposals to the Undergraduate Scholarly/Creative Grant program. 

Fall Undergraduate Scholarly/Creative Grant Application Deadline:

Friday, November 3, 2023, at 4 p.m. 

*Additional funding is available through the Ferrucci Institute for Italian Experience and Research, see below.  

Awards are intended to provide support for various faculty-mentored scholarly or creative projects conducted by students. Grants typically do not exceed $1000, but all reasonable proposals will be considered. Funds may be used for a number of purposes, including (but not limited to):

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  • The purchase of equipment, materials, or supplies directly related to the project.
  • Facility rental, copyright fees, and other costs associated with creative productions.
  • Non-material expenses directly related to the project, such as test subject remuneration, license fees, or external lab analyses.
  • Travel expenses required to conduct the creative activity or scholarly research, such as working in an archive or collecting field data. If you're presenting research, see Travel Grants

Undergraduate Scholarly/Creative Grants are not to be used for salary or stipend.

Questions about this program can be sent to cue@chapman.edu. 

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