Who can apply?
Representatives of sanctioned student clubs, teams or groups (“clubs”) involving registered Queen’s students. Applications from staff or faculty will not be accepted.
What is a sanctioned student club?
Sanctioned student clubs are student-based clubs, teams or groups sanctioned by the AMS, SGPS and Athletics & Recreation (A&R). Clubs must be in good standing to apply for this fund and confirmation of this is required with each application.
What is a “welcoming activity”?
A welcoming activity is any function or event that introduces new members to the culture, standards, traditions and environment of the club. It is important to demonstrate in the application why the specific event or activity will cultivate a sense of belonging and pride and build team dynamic
How do I submit an application?
Applications must be emailed to email@example.com by the application deadline.
Forms and information are posted to the Team-Building Activity Fund webpageon the Division of Student Affairs’ website.
What information is required in the application?
Applications should include:
Applications must also include:
What are the application submission dates for 2013-14?
The 2013-14 submission deadlines are:
My event is planned for next year (2014-15). Can I apply this year?
Events that are planned for the current academic year or the upcoming academic year are eligible for funding. Clubs are encourage to apply in the April application period for funding for events scheduled for late August/early September of the upcoming year
When will I know if I am successful?
All applicants will be notified, by email, approximately three weeks after the submission deadline.
How much money could I receive?
A maximum of $1,000.00 is available per event/activity. The amount of funding received will depend on the nature of the activity, the number of participants involved and the total funds available.
What expenses are eligible for funding?
Eligible expenses include:
If you have other questions, please email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org