Individual Travel Funding
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P.O. Box 873402
Tempe, AZ 85287-3402
Phone: (480) 727-9870
TRAVEL GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT: As of 2016, the monthly deadline for Individual and Group Travel Grants will change from the 7th to the FIRST (1st). This change will take place starting in the month of FEBRUARY.
OFFICE HOURS: The Director of Travel, Meghan Nestel, will be holding office hours at the Tempe Graduate Student Center to answer applicant questions about all GPSA travel grant programs. Office hours will be held weekly from 10 AM-12 PM on Tuesdays. Please visit her if you have questions about your application or would like feedback/advice before submission!
The GPSA Individual Travel Grant exists to support and promote the success of ASU graduate and professional student research and professional development by increasing ASU’s reputation as a Research Extensive Institution; promoting the ASU graduate and professional student community at large; and fostering opportunities for professional growth.
The funds awarded from this program are used to support individual student travel to regional, national and international:
- and other activities directly related to students’ graduate programs of study or professional development.
Individual Travel Grant Overview:
- This program runs on a monthly cycle.
- You must be a current ASU graduate student to apply
- Students are eligible to apply for up to $950 in individual travel grant funding per academic year (July 1 through June 30).
- Funding is not guaranteed as applications are selected competitively.
- GPSA uses a system called ZoomGrants to receive and review all applications.
For more details on the program guidelines and how to apply, please click the links below.
Questions? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please note that all applicants for any GPSA program must submit their own unique, individual applications to all GPSA-funded programs. Students are not permitted to take any portion of content from prior student awardees for any reason whatsoever. Any student caught using the work (in any portion) from another student or copying their own material from a prior application will be considered in violation of GPSA’s policy. Such action will prohibit the student in question from being eligible for the current application in consideration, and may inhibit eligibility for future GPSA funding applications. In summary, each application must be your own original work.
Given that we are a student entity within Arizona State University, GPSA mandates that all students act within the university’s academic integrity policy found HERE.