Funding support is provided to both undergraduate and graduate students; most grants do not exceed $500. Unique projects with a distinct impact on the Concordia community may receive funding up to $1000.
Applicants must be full/part time Concordia students or a recognized Concordia student association.
The project must benefit a group of Concordia students and cannot be an individual student project.
The project must further student learning and development.
The project must recognize and promote the CUAA as a source of funding for student initiatives.
All student groups are expected to submit their application in the funding period that coincides with their project or event.
What details strengthen your application?
Showcase the impact and reach on Concordia community:
Are students, alumni, faculty, staff, or friends involved? If so, how extensive is this reach?
Initiatives that emphasize interaction between alumni and students will be prioritized.
A clear budget with details related to costs, expenses, revenue, sponsorships, additional sources of funding etc.
A clear plan to demonstrate the feasibility of project completion or success.
What projects are not eligible to receive CUAA funding?
Proposals that include personal expenses
Proposals that request funding for travel
Any activity that does not uphold the standards and spirit of Concordia University
The CUAA does not provide funding for alcohol-related expenses.
The CUAA does not provide funding for seed ventures.