Cal State Fullerton is committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive campus.
Back for its third and final year, the Scott Jewett Fund for Student Success and Innovation supports faculty, staff or students in creating educational opportunities through the lens of social justice.
Proposals should benefit students or alumni of Cal State Fullerton and focus on addressing social justice issues. For information about the previous awardees, you can read these stories.
- 11 Cal State Fullerton Programs Awarded Funding From Scott-Jewett Gift
- Six Social Justice Projects Receive Grants From Scott-Jewett Fund
Each submission should be aligned with at least one of the six CSUF Guiding Principles of Social Justice.
How to Apply
To be considered for funding, complete the online application:
- 1,000-word abstract must answer the following questions:
- Who is the audience/benefactor of this project?
- What is the desired outcome?
- Which guiding principle(s) does your project seek to advance?
- What team members/hired staff will be used to accomplish your goal?
- Separate from your abstract, please submit a detailed budget and timeline. Please submit proposals and timelines as PDF files. Please submit the budget as a spreadsheet.
- All proposals must benefit students or alumni and demonstrate how the project assists the campus in advancing its social justice mission.
- Students applying must be affiliated with an existing campus-sanctioned club or organization, or they must have a staff/faculty member as a co-requester. Faculty members requesting with students must assume responsibility for account holding.
- Requests for time release for faculty must have a letter of approval from the department chair/dean.
- Each submission can request up to $150,000. All proposals will be weighted equally, no matter the amount requested.
- All funding accounts will be issued through Auxiliary Services Corp.
- Any student employees or stipend faculty or staff will be required to be hired through ASC to review funds.
- Please include a 10% payroll tax for all staffed positions funded through the program.
All pieces of the submission must be received by the deadline, 02/23/2024. Any submissions deemed incomplete may not be vetted and will be eliminated from consideration.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can proposals be multi-year projects?
Yes, please indicate in your timeline the estimated start and completion dates of your project.
Can funds be used for travel?
Yes, you can request funds for travel. You must adhere to all current CSUF travel policy rules, including restrictions to banned states.
Can multiple people request funds?
Yes, you can have multiple requesters on your application. The name assigned as requester one will serve as the primary contact.
Please contact Andrea Kelligrew at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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