Requests for Funding

Through the UNCASG Grants program, registered student organizations across the UNC System can request funding for innovative projects or programs on their campus. 


Requests should align with the core mission and purpose of UNCASG: to improve the affordability and accessibility of a quality education for students, both in the present and in the future. If you cannot concretely describe how your program aligns with that mission, your organization is not eligible for funding.

Applications for funding must be submitted in full no later than one week prior to the ASG meeting at which you'd like them to be considered. Note that this is the deadline for a complete application. If your application is submitted on time but is missing information, it cannot be reviewed.

Prior to submitting your application, we require that you contact your Campus Liaison to discuss your grant submission. This will assist the Campus Liaison in being able to answer questions on your behalf when the application is reviewed at the Budget and Finance Committee.


Your application must include the following: a summary of why the event or project is needed, how it will benefit the students on your campus, a detailed budget, invoices or receipts supporting your projected costs, the contact information of the staff member responsible for your organization's accounting, the physical address on campus where we need to send the check, your organization's advisor's contact information, a presentation to be shown at the meeting, and your Campus Liaison and advisor's signatures of approval. Failure to provide any of this information renders your application incomplete. 


Only complete applications are reviewed. Applications may only be submitted through the UNCASG Grant Application online form (linked on the right side of this page).

Grant applications are reviewed on a rolling basis up through the April ASG meeting. They must be received no later than one (1) week prior to the monthly business meeting to be reviewed at that meeting.