Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

Looking to do an event, but need some additional funding and support? Consider applying for a grant available through one of the many Truman offices and student organizations.  For more specific information on each grant opportunity, please contact the sponsoring office or student organization.

Community Values Grants

These grants are to individual students and student organizations who share the office’s goal in making Truman State University a better community for students, faculty, and staff.
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For more information contact:
Office of Citizenship and Community Standards
Student Union Building 3100
(660) 785-4111

Diversity Enhancement Grants

These grants are available for individuals (students, staff and faculty) and campus organizations that wish to promote diversity as a strength, as a core element in academic excellence, and as a tool for uniting the Truman campus and/or Kirksville community.
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For more information contact:
Multicultural Affairs
Adair Building
(660) 785-4142

Student Government Grants

These grants are available to full-time Truman students and CSI chartered campus organizations in good standing. The purpose of these grants is the aid in the implementation of programs on Truman’s campus that embody the mission and/or values of Truman State University.
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For more information contact:
Student Senate
Student Union Building, CSI Complex
(660) 785-4193
senate@truman.edu

Funds Allotment Council (FAC)

The Funds Allotment Council is responsible for granting money to both student organizations and inter-collegiate athletic organizations. It is an independent council of Student Senate that is responsible for granting money to student organizations that wish to host events on campus. The Council’s goal is to fund many diverse events on campus that will draw a large number of students.
Money is granted to organizations that show a significant amount of planning and a high probability of putting on a successful event. The event must be on campus, open to all students, and cannot be used as a fundraiser.[/expand]
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For more information contact:
Funds Allotment Council
Student Union Building, CSI Complex
tsufundsallotmentcouncil@gmail.com

MOPIP Funding

  • Requests must be submitted to Beth Kral, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (SUB 1110) at least 3 weeks prior to the scheduled event, on The MOPIP Funding Support Request Form.
  • A representative from the sponsoring organization/individuals MUST attend a MOPIP meeting prior to the event to answer any questions about the request. After receiving the request a member of MOPIP will be in touch with details about the time and location of the next MOPIP meeting.
  • Applicants will be notified of committee’s funding decision in writing within 5 business days of meeting.
  • Events must be open to all Truman students.
  • Events must be free of all alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
  • Requests must support MOPIP’s mission:
    • To create a campus environment that supports students in making responsible choices about alcohol and substance use, and to decrease high risk drinking behaviors. We seek to emphasize the promotion of positive coping skills and health enhancing behaviors. In order to achieve these ends, the coalition will partner with other Truman and Kirksville community organizations and assets.
  • Funding Categories include:
    • Healthy Activities
    • Education
    • Other
  • Organizations/Individuals who receive MOPIP funding are required to evaluate their event to determine if the goals/objectives were met, number of participants, etc.  A short summary report, MOPIP Funding Report Form, is due to MOPIP within 5 business days of the event.
  • Acknowledgement of MOPIP funding is expected when appropriate