Credit Union T-Shirt Grant
Credit Union T-Shirt Grants are sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union to provide free t-shirts for a select number of student organization events. These grants assist student organizations in promoting their events while providing a visual reminder of the Credit Union’s many financial services for JHU students.
- The deadline to submit this grant application is February 14, 2018.
- Events or programs must take place between April 1, 2018 and May 6, 2019. Events should be primarily for JHU undergraduates.
- There is no maximum number for t-shirts you may request, but there is a 100 t-shirt minimum order. Your organization is not guaranteed the number that you request, as funds will be divided among a variety of groups.
- The JHFCU logo will be on the back of every t-shirt. No other image may appear on the back of the shirt.
- Logo designs should be finalized and in the format of a high-resolution .eps. We will accept .jpg, .gif, and .tif file formats for the February 15th deadline. However, if selected by the committee, your logo will need to be converted to.eps by Friday, February 23 and emailed to Liz Pence (email@example.com). If you are unsure of how to convert files to this format, please contact the Digital Media Center. DO NOT submit a customink.com design.
- Only 1 or 2 color designs for the front of the shirt will be accepted.
- The logo and/or message on the front must be in good taste and abide by the University’s Logo and Name Use policies.
- If you received the t-shirt grant last year, you must send pictures of the 2017 t-shirts at the event to be eligible for this year’s grant to Liz Pence (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- An organization may only submit one grant application.
- Student Leadership and Involvement will select the t-shirt vendor and place the order on behalf of the organization.
- T-shirts will be available for pick up at the JHFCU on 33rd Street on Thursday, March 29th from 2 pm to 4 pm. Please bring a car, cart or friends to help pick up/carry the t-shirts.
Student Activities Commission Grant
The Student Activities Commission serves as the funding board of the Student Government Association. The SAC supports registered student organizations by allocating funds that will result in programs and services to benefit the undergraduate community on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University. Through monthly grants, SAC provides supplemental funding for new initiatives, unforeseen expenses, and newly approved organizations.
SAC monthly grants are available to:
- Advocacy and Awareness organizations
- Cultural organizations
- Performing Arts organizations
- Publications and Journals (non-academic) organizations
- Religious and spiritual organizations (recognized by Office of the Chaplain)
- Special interest and hobby organizations
Note: SAC groups approved in the fall semester are eligible to apply for monthly SAC monthly grants, but must wait until the next academic year to request an annual budget. The group must be active for one complete semester before they are eligible to apply for an annual grant. A completed Word Document: SAC Monthly Grant Budget Form is required as part of your SAC Monthly Grant Application. Please fill it out prior to completing the application on Hopkins Groups.
The following groups are ineligible for monthly grants:
- Academic or departmental funded organizations
- Center for Social Concern organizations
- Exclusive organizations (including honor societies, professional associations, fraternities, and sororities)
- Graduate student organizations
- Sports Clubs organizations
- Student Services Groups
Student Life Programming Grant
Student Life Programming Grants exist to financially support student-organized programs and events that meet the needs of Homewood students by supporting the following priorities identified by Homewood Student Affairs. Applications will be reviewed and assessed based on their commitment to:
- Building Diverse and Inclusive Communities
- Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Engagement
- Nurturing Healthy and Safe Communities
- Promoting Civic Discourse
Priority will be given to applications that promote group collaboration and present a new initiative or program.
More information about the Student Life Programming Grant is available on the Office of the Dean of Student Life’s website.