As part of our ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive and welcoming campus environment at the University of Minnesota, we are pleased to announce the return of the Office for Equity and Diversity’s Campus Climate Micro-Grants program. Aligned with the theme of 'Engage. Energize. Empower' from the Equity and Diversity Breakfast, these grants offer opportunities for positive change.
The Campus Climate Micro-Grants program is made possible through the generous support of the Office of the President for the current academic year, demonstrating our collective commitment to address the Cambridge Hill Partners Systemwide Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Report’s recommendations and take meaningful action to make our University more inclusive and welcoming.
What Are U of M Campus Climate Micro-Grants?
U of M Campus Climate Micro-Grants offer an opportunity for individuals and groups within the University of Minnesota community to secure funding for new or existing projects that actively contribute to enhancing our campus climate. These grants are dedicated to creating a university environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion are not just values but lived experiences.
Why Campus Climate Micro-Grants?
These grants are not just about financial assistance; they are about empowering our University community to effect positive change. They serve as a response to the valuable insights gathered from the 2023 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Campus Climate Survey. The data from this survey guide us in identifying areas where we can make a difference, and the Campus Climate Micro-grants offer resources to turn ideas into impactful projects.
Building a Better Campus Climate
We invite all systemwide University of Minnesota community members, including students, faculty, staff, and affiliated organizations, to explore the Campus Climate Micro-Grants program. If you have a project in mind that aligns with our mission to create a more inclusive and welcoming campus, we encourage you to apply for funding.
Your active participation in the Campus Climate Micro-Grants program helps shape a more inclusive and empowering University environment for all. Don't miss this opportunity to be a catalyst for positive change at the University of Minnesota.