New fund available for students interested in helping other students

Tuum Est Student Initiative Fund now accepting undergrad ideas

The Tuum Est Student Initiative Fund has been established by Ian Cull, Associate Vice President Students, to fund students who want to do more. More to help students succeed, to develop a sense of belonging and connection within faculties or improve the connection to the Okanagan campus for other students.

The fund is eligible to undergraduate students looking to make a local or national impact. Typically though, it can't be used as the sole source of funding for initiatives requesting $3,500 or more in support.

Applications will be reviewed twice monthly until March 2013, so interested students will have a number of opportunities to put forth their ideas for funding. Applications will also continue to be reviewed until all funding is awarded.

To find out more about eligibility and the application process, visit the Tuum Est Student Initiative Fund website.

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