Norlin Enrichment Funds
When available, the Norlin Scholars program will offer additional funds to eligible Norlin Scholars for enrichment activities that will enhance their educational and/or professional training. Although they occur outside the classroom, enrichment activities are an application of classroom learning to a student’s specific project or interest. Projects or programs in the following grant categories qualify:
- Research or creative work
- Travel to conferences to present academic work
- Academic or professional development activities
- Unpaid internships
- Off-site educational experiences (domestic or international)
Students may apply for funds more than once but will receive, in total, no more than $3,000. Funding is contingent upon approval by the Norlin Enrichment Funds application committee.
- Norlin Scholars pursuing undergraduate degrees who are still receiving the Norlin Scholarship
- 3.25 or higher GPA
- High visibility through demonstrated commitment to and continuous involvement in the Norlin community
- Deep, long-term involvement and engagement that goes beyond participating in social events and using the SUEP lounge for studying
- Involvement in the Norlin scholar community is visible for multiple semesters
- See 2014 NEF and FYF Guidelines and Tracking Sheet
For information on the application process and due dates, click here.