# Provost Fund for Student Collaboration

The Provost's Office will accept applications to the Provost Fund for Student Collaboration on a rolling basis during the 2018-2019 academic year.

## Application Process

The students should submit a brief description of the intended activities (no more than 2 pages) that identifies the student groups and particular students involved, with particular emphasis placed on defining the roles that students will play in the programming (student roles should not be limited to the planning phase but be illustrated in the activities as well). If appropriate, students should supplement this description with any draft agendas or programs. The application should also contain a detailed projected budget, including, if appropriate, information about other sources of funding secured or outstanding. As mentioned above, a letter of support from a senior student affairs administrator must accompany the application.

The final approval of funds will be contingent upon compliance with the rules governing the University "Use of Name" policy. All content generated by the applicants' organization must adhere to the guidelines described in detail on the Harvard Trademark Program’s website at trademark.harvard.edu. Students are reminded that all related content must provide adequate disclosure of the “student-run” nature of the activities.

Grants must be used in the academic year in which they are awarded. A follow-up report submitted by the end of the semester will be expected from each group, detailing the activities of the group, who participated, the substance of the issues explored, and any resulting products.

Please submit all materials electronically to Marshall Page at marshall_page@harvard.edu.