The February application deadline for Sustainable CU large grant proposals (over $2,500) has been extended until Monday, Feb. 25.
In the spring of 2005, students voted to dedicate a portion of student fees to implement on-campus projects incorporating renewable energy, energy efficiency, recycling and waste reduction, and other innovative projects to reduce the University of Colorado Boulder campus' impact on climate and environment. Sustainable CU funds are used for: capital investment, the purchase of infrastructure necessary for the initiatives, installation of capital projects, educational displays related to the capital projects, and any other non-staff operating costs associated with the initiatives. Particular attention is paid to initiatives created and led by students. The Sustainable CU fund is administered by the Environmental Center.
For submission guidelines for large grant applications, including eligibility, requirements, submission format, timeline, and evaluation criteria, see http://ecenter.colorado.edu/greening-cu/sustainable-cu