Monday, December 18, 2023

The application for CSF mini and large grants are now open until January 3, 2024.

Each year, the CSF funds student-initiated projects focused on intersectional environmentalism that work to increase campus-wide social equity, community resilience, and climate action. These projects improve the sustainability of UW's campus, encompassing both social and environmental sustainability, through promoting cultural preservation, representation/engagement of underrepresented communities, and interdisciplinary collaboration, alongside the reduction of resource usage and improvement of living systems.

For this cycle, the CSF has mini-grants and large grants open to UW-Seattle students. Mini-grants are for projects under $5,000 and large grants are for those more than $5,000. Mini-grants are typically used to kickstart projects or for one-time events. Large grants are typically used for projects that require more stakeholder engagement, collaboration, and development. For large grants, students are required to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI). All projects will be reviewed by the CSF Committee, a group of undergraduate and graduate students across disciplines. 

The Letter of Intents (LOIs) for large grants are due on January 3, 2023 at 11:59pm. The full application process and portal can be found under the "How to Apply" page.

Email our Associate Director, Tatiana Brown ( and our Grant and Projects Coordinator, Boe Zhou ( with questions.