Health & Wellness Mini-grant Application

Health & Wellness Mini-grant Application

Mini-Grants

The Health and Wellness mini-grants create opportunities for students to deliberately contribute to the Health and Wellness Promotion mission. Therefore, students may apply for funds, up to $300, to enhance their program. 

 Goal of the Mini-Grant Program 

To involve students in fulfilling the mission of the Health and Wellness Group of Student Development:
“...to cultivate a social and physical environment that encourages individual wellness and nurtures a vibrant and engaged community.”

 Health and Wellness Promotion Mission

Health and Wellness Promotion—one of three major subdivisions of the Division of Student Development—includes the departments of Campus Recreation, Community Wellness Services, the Counseling Center, and the Health Center.

 Our goal is to teach and encourage self-responsibility as students move through the UD experience.  This end—which contributes to the Marianist value of educating the whole person—is achieved through the integration of direct service and programming opportunities for students.

 Our collaborative, holistic approach focuses on both prevention and intervention which is influenced by the seven dimensions of wellness.  These departments help to create opportunities for students to learn how to make healthy, informed lifestyle choices and seek balance to transform their lives and their community.

 Required Objectives  

All approved applications must design programs that
1) have a specific Wellness topic to teach their participants,
2) target students or other members of the campus community, and
3) serve to fulfill the mission of the Health and Wellness Promotion.

 Deadlines: 

Applications will be reviewed and funded as received.  Please allow 1 month for your application to be reviewed and processed. Applications are accepted year round.

 Who is eligible? 

Any currently enrolled full time undergraduate student(s).

 Use of funds:

Funds may be used for art supplies, educational materials, costumes/props, advertising, food (if educational in nature), and stipends for professional speakers. Funds may NOT be used for wages, salaries, food (for entertainment or incentive purposes), conference registrations, or travel.

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