Student Projects Grant

Dear Faculty of Arts Students,

Are you interested in leading a project or activity?

Want to travel to volunteer?

Have a great idea and need funds to make it happen?

Want to support your group project?

Will your activity or project provide you with experiential learning, learning outside of your classroom?

Will your project benefit the Faculty of Arts, the Ryerson community, and you?


The Faculty of Arts wants to support you by providing grants of up to $1500 for your project or activity.


Carefully read through the Faculty of Arts Student Project Grant website at for all the details including the eligibility requirements, application and selection process.

To learn more about what types of projects have been funded in the past please check out the Past Recipients section at

Student Project Grants provide financial support for student-initiated extra-curricular projects and activities that promote experiential learning and benefit student engagement in the Faculty of Arts. (Some examples include: planning or attending a conference; community-building projects; cultural activities; travel for a specified educational purpose or activity; creative/performance art events and activities, etc.)

All else being equal, projects that benefit more students will be given priority over projects that benefit fewer students. Normally, priority will be given to students who have not previously received an award.

Also feel free to contact your Student Life Coordinator, Stephan Tang at or call him at 416-979-5000 ext 2124 if you have any questions or concerns about the grant or application process.

Applications are due soon, no later than 4:00pm on Tuesday February 7th, 2012, so submit your application today.


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