Student Grant Management
Notification letters are sent via email to Students and Faculty Advisors after award decisions have been confirmed by the Research and Creative Activities Council and the Vice Provost for Research.
See the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Grant page or the Graduate Research and Creative Activities Grant page for more information about when you can expect to hear back.
As noted in the award letters, funds are transferred to your department shortly after the notifications are sent out. Contact your Department Manager directly to access the funds.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When you email your Department Manager be ready to provide your award number that was included in your notification letter.
Changes to Budget
Expenditures deviating from the award budget must be pre-approved by the Vice Provost for Research. Prepare a new budget and justification explaining why there is a change and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duration of Grant
Funds are available for 12 months or until the student graduates or leaves the university, whichever comes first.
Helpful Tips for Department Managers
Grant funds will be transferred (JV-ed) to your department budget shortly after the notification letters are sent to the students and faculty advisors.
In order to help track the award funds we will add activity codes (award numbers) to the JV's along with a description that includes the student's name and the grant name. We will also send a memo with all the information for the JV's. The memo will include student and advisor names, award amounts, activity codes, and a link to the application eSign form that includes the proposal attachment where you can find the budget).
Starting Fall 2022 you can find the activity code (award number), amount awarded, and date awarded on the eSign form in the "RSP Use Only" section near the bottom.