1. Funds will be prioritized for initiatives that emphasize benefits to women in their 1st year of study (most of which live in Residence), but may also support initiatives that target any segment of the student body with the aim of improving the living and broader learning environment for women studying at Queen’s.
2. Funds will support initiatives that aim to:
3. Funds will be made available for initiatives driven by students, faculty or staff, with priority given to collaborative projects.
4. Funds will be disbursed at the discretion of the Assistant Dean.
1. The applicant must be a student, staff or faculty member at Queen’s at the time of application.
2. The project must be non-profit in nature. This grant program is intended to support co-curricular experiences for students. Therefore, efforts associated with credit-bearing courses are generally not eligible. However, course-related activities which benefit students more broadly and fulfill other criteria of the grant program will be considered as funds are available.
3. Applicants should provide a clear sense of the project’s purpose and goals, which will be evaluated against the objectives and principles of the Fund.
4. A detailed proposed budget must be attached to a request for funds.
5. Applicants must provide evidence of efforts to obtain assistance from elsewhere.
6. If support is issued to an individual, funds will be subject to disclosure as income. In this case a Social Insurance Number must be provided.
7. Successful applicants are expected to report in writing to the Assistant Dean within 30 business days after the completion of their activity. The report should summarize the event, include copies of media coverage, a financial statement listing budgeted versus actual figures, as well as other information that might be of interest to the Assistant Dean.
The approval and amount of funding will be contingent on:
1. The availability of funds and the total amount of requests received throughout the fiscal year.
2. The alignment of the project goals and outcomes to the guidelines of the Fund and possibly to the extent to which the project is innovative and/or requires seed funding .
3. The broadness of the project’s relevance to and impact on students .
4. The degree of initiative taken to raise funds from other sources . Those groups that have shown greater initiative in this area will be viewed more favourably.
The fund is not intended to provide an annual source of income for recurring projects.
Note that applications for funding to cover prior year deficits will not be considered.
Complete applications consist of:
All applications must be submitted electronically.
A budget must also be submitted.
Fill it out and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org on the same day as the online application is submitted. The subject line of the email should be: "Balkwill: name of event."
For more information, please contact the Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean at (613) 533-6000ext. 36944 or email@example.com