The GPSA grants process has been designed to be easy for students to receive funding, while at the same time giving students the opportunity to learn how to write an effective grant proposal. To successfully apply for a GPSA grant, all applicants should:
- Attend a funding workshop to learn how to write a persuasive proposal and effective budget.
- Review the grant's scoresheet to understand how your grant will be reviewed and scored by readers.
- Read through our common questions page.
- Understand the grants process and bylaws.
Understanding the scoresheet used to evaluate grants is crucial to writing an effective proposal. Readers will score your grant based on this rubric, so touching all the points of the scoresheet will increase your changes of receiving funding. Many funding decisions usually come down to the difference between a few points.
- SRG/PDG Scoresheet
- NMRG High Priority Scoresheet
- NMRG General Priority Scoresheet
- Graduate Scholarship Fund Scoresheet
Applicant Funding Workshops
Attending an applicant funding workshop is a great way to learn about our grant requirements, our scoring process, and how to write a successful proposal. We will be holding 3 training sessions during the Spring 2017 Grants Cycle during the following times:
- Friday, January 27th 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon - SUB Room Lobo A & B
- Wednesday, February 8th 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM - SUB Room Lobo A & B
- Thursday, February 9th 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon - SUB Room Santa Ana A & B