Funding

The GSBA Undocumented Student Scholarship

On November 19, 2018, the Undocumented Student Scholarship resolution was presented to the GSBA Senate and was passed unanimously, signifying GSBA’s commitment to supporting the undocumented community. As part of GSBA week, you are invited to join in supporting our peers. Your donation will benefit current Gonzaga students with undocumented status, who can then utilize the funds for books, tuition, or housing needs. 

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Green Fund ApplicationsInformation about the Green Fund

Applications for Green Fund are now being accepted and are due on April 7th at 11:59pm on the Green Fund Zagtivities page. This application is open to any and all student-led projects that need a one-time grant fund to promote sustainability on campus! The fund and its student led grant making committee empowers students to advance as leaders and enables student-driven projects in sustainability by providing a source of funding, guidance, hands-on experience and networking opportunities.

The application can be found on the Green Fun Zagtivities page!

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Club Funding

The Gonzaga Green Fund provides one-time grant funds for student-led projects directed toward improving sustainability in the operation of the Gonzaga Campus. The fund and its student led grant making committee empowers students to advance as leaders and enables student-driven projects in sustainability by providing a source of funding, guidance, hands-on experience and networking opportunities. Funding student projects is consistent with the university mission of education and research and will contribute to Gonzaga’s vision to create a culture of sustainability through student-led programs and outreach.

Applications to receive funding from Green Fund is on Sunday, February 17 at 11:59pm on Zagtivities.

Every Monday from 12-1 is dedicated to drop-ins in the CSI office or you can email GSBA - Finance.


Undergraduate Professional Grant

This is a student-driven initiative that supports undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and/or identity as first generation college students. Awards up to $500* can be used to support a variety of professional development activities including but not limited to attending a conference, purchasing professional interview attire, and paying for graduate school admissions testing.