William & Mary’s Commitment to its Citizen Scholars
Funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
As part of its efforts to link non-academic elements that promote good citizenship and leadership with the academic core, small grants are available to to students and faculty for extra-curricular programming, which will fund guest speakers, student travel to conferences, and student participation in outreach activities, internships, and other special projects during spring, fall, and winter break. Extra-curricular programming will benefit students and are expected to be distributed fairly evenly across educational programs, outreach activities, and internships.
The Study Group provides small grants ($100-$500) to students and faculty to take advantage of extra-curricular activities. Applications are available by contacting [[adstel, Drew Stelljes]].