Update - February 6, 2021

  • PGSG offers grants as a way of giving back to the Purdue graduate student community. Whether funds are used for professional development opportunities, childcare costs, or running community-based events, PGSG highly encourages all graduate students to apply for grants.

  • Funding is available for online events. Funding requirements and other information for each grant can be found in the links below. 

  • Specific guidelines for recipients whose events are cancelled or suspended can be seen here

PGSG Grants

... helping our graduate students do more

The Grant Review & Allocation Committee (GRAC) offers several different grants, based on graduate student needs. Click here to see which PGSG grants may apply to your situation. 

Travel

Professional

Symposium

Graduate Student Organization

Grant Allocation (GSOGA)

Childcare

Spring 2021 Application deadline has passed

PGSG Strategic Partnership

Graduate Student Equipment Fund

Mental Health Partnership Fund

Upcoming Application Deadlines:

 
Applications are still accepted throughout the summer.
However, please note that no awards will be allotted until the fall semester. 

-- Frequently Asked Questions --

Are there examples of successful applications?


Yes! The Travel, Professional, GSOGA, and Symposium Grants all have links to example applications at the bottom of their respective pages.




May I submit Travel and Professional Grants at the same time?


Yes, Travel and Professional Grants may be submitted at the same time and can both be recieved during the same cycle; however, each application should pertain to an independent event. The purpose of each Grant is to support experiences that are exclusive from the other. If you have any questions, please reach out to pgsg.grantreview@gmail.com.




I have been awarded a PGSG Grant! What should I do now?


First and foremost, congratulations!!! Please now review our REIMBURSEMENT policies in the tab above to know the required documentation and items eligible for reimbursement.




What makes a successful Grant application?


Successful applications are clear, concise, well organized, and should not contain spelling/grammar/punctuation errors. Essays should be free of field specific jargon. The review committee recommends that applicants have their application essay reviewed by the Purdue Writing Lab (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/writinglab/).





Last Updated January 2021 by Purdue Graduate Student Government.

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