Forms are available for student organizations looking to request funds for on-campus or travel events. The form for Diversity Programming Committee funds is also available. These forms and many other useful forms are available in the OrgSync Portal: Resources for Student Organizations.
Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement (SCTE) was created in 2004 by the K-State administration as a way to create visible and positive change to the university. This money feeds directly from student’s tuition dollars and funds such projects as K-State Healthy Decisions (HD), Powercat Financial Counseling, and Diversity Programming Council. The committee is looking to expand the project list and is searching for new initiatives that could have a long-term benefit to K-State. If you have a project that fits the criteria for Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement funding we encourage you to submit a proposal. Note that not every proposal received will be funded.
Use of EOF is limited to the following purposes:
- Academic scholarships and fellowships for both graduate and undergraduate students
- Need-based grants, including awards to students with special expenses, or groups of students who have been historically under-represented in higher education.
- Salaries or grants for students participating in public and community services programs.
- Salaries for students employed in campus student services programs.