Program Proposal Submission
Interested in creating a program for CNSLC residents? Read the information below! Talk to your PAL for academic program examples, and/or watch the video below for some of last year’s programs!
Who can propose a program?
- Any CNSLC resident (or group of CNSLC residents) are eligible to submit a program proposal form.
What we fund:
Your program does not have to meet all of these funding requirements, but preference will be given to programs that fit within the CNSLC’s program proposal goals. These key features of your program should be emphasized in the Program Proposal application and description.
- Focused on the involvement of CNSLC students
- CNSLC students should be the target audience of the program.
- Incorporate one of our CNS majors
- Preference will be given to programs with connections to common first year courses, topics, or subjects.
- Concrete learning outcomes
- I.e.: learning a skill, making a personal connection, being able to take away a concept and apply it beyond the program. Programs intended to create a follow-up group or second program are encouraged!
- Direct collaborations
- Partnerships and involvement with faculty, CSU departments, potential employers or other community partners strengthen program proposals, and increase resources available to you!
Although these are the kinds of things we hope to see in a program, we accept any submission, so don’t be afraid to dream big or crazy. In the end, science is what we do in the CNSLC, so as long as there is an exploration of science, we would love to hear your ideas.
- A committee of representatives from the College of Natural Sciences, Residence life, Peer Academic Leaders, and CNS students will review proposals.
- Applicants will be informed through the email provided on the Program Proposal sheet if their program is selected for funding.
Funding Awards Available:
- Typical program funding awards are between $50-$100 although there is no specific minimum or maximum. Your funding award amount will be based on the specifics of your budget outlined in the Program Proposal.
How to Submit the form:
- There is a short and easy survey to fill out below this (a link to a Survey Monkey is provided). You will be contacted once the committee has received the submission and reviewed the proposal. This is just a short first draft, so don’t be afraid to submit any and all ideas. Any and all questions can either be emailed to email@example.com or can be answered by one of the Laurel Village PALs.
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