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K-State Today

December 1, 2015

Call for fiscal year 2017 Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement proposals

Submitted by Joe Tinker

On behalf of the Kansas State University Student Governing Association, we want to inform you of an opportunity for funding. The Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement Committee will be collecting and reviewing proposals for fiscal year 2017 funding.

Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement 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 students' tuition dollars and funds projects such as Scholars Assisting Scholars tutoring, Wildcat Watch 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.

Proposals shall include:

  • A brief history of the project with an in-depth synopsis. New initiatives should create a projected timeline of events;
  • A description of the impact the project will make on the student body and the university;
  • A record of past funding allocations from Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement and other sources of financial contribution used to support the project; and
  • A point of contact for all questions to be referred.

The deadline to submit proposals is 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, in the Office of Student Activities and Services, located on the second floor of the K-State Student Union. Any proposals received after the deadline will not be considered for funding. Once your proposal is submitted, more details on the review process will follow. Please refer any questions to the Student-Centered Tuition Enhancement chair Joe Tinker at joetinker@k-state.edu.