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Honor Society Funding

The purpose of funding is to promote an intellectual environment in which students extend the reach of their academic experiences.

There are currently twenty-five active honor societies and we will try to ensure that each honor society has the opportunity to receive funds toward sponsored activities and events. There must be an academic component for any activity or event to be funded. Individual or society projects that are funded must be related to the discipline. The proposal may be from an individual honor society, from the Council of Academic Honor Societies, or may be a joint proposal from two or more honor societies.

If travel of more than five miles from campus will occur, the funding will be dependent on all travel policies being adhered to including final approval from the Director of Student Involvement, Jennifer Ferrell. In your pre-approval request to the Director of Student Involvement, be sure to check the HSF as the "Secondary Trip Sponsor in the box that reads "Please list any other trip sponsors including all KSC funding sources".

No funding will occur until the Associate Provost’s office has been notified that the Director of Student Involvement, Jennifer Ferrell has given final approval for travel.

Criteria for requesting enrichment funding:

  1. Identify how the activity and event promotes academic excellence and relates to the mission of the honor society.
  2. Identify the objectives of the activity or event.
  3. Identify how students will benefit from participating in the activity or event.
  4. Be sure the proposal is signed by an advisor and the president of the honor society making the request.
  5. Submit a complete itemized budget.

Criteria for evaluating proposals:

All criteria for requesting enrichment funding must be met. Honor societies can be awarded up to $200. However, the number of students participating, the location of the activity or event, and other funding sources will impact the amount of funding an honor society might be awarded.

Proposals will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Acknowledgment: In the publicity materials for the event, please acknowledge the support of the Academic Enrichment Program as follows: (Name of event) is made possible in part through support of the Academic Enrichment Program.

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Contact Academic Program Services

Kim Schmidl-Gagne Provost’s Office
Program Coordinator
kgagne@keene.edu provost@keene.edu
603-358-2768 603-358-2079