Supporting programming, campus-wide.
Alcohol Alternative Mini Grants
Alcohol alternative mini grants are intended to help provide engaging activities that do not involve alcohol during high-risk times. All undergraduate and graduate clubs and organizations, as well as individuals, planning social, recreational or entertainment-based late night programming are eligible to apply. McWell provides alcohol alternative mini-grants up to $250 for clubs and organizations hosting late-night, alcohol-alternative programming. Clubs, organizations, and residence halls may be awarded up to $250 per year by completing the mini-grant application form below.
Well-Being Mini Grants
Well-being mini grants are intended to help support programming on campus that aims to enhance the well-being of Notre Dame students. All undergraduate and graduate clubs and organizations, as well as individuals, planning social, recreational or entertainment-based programming are eligible to apply. McWell provides well-being mini-grants up to $100 for clubs and organizations hosting programming focused on well-being. Clubs, organizations, and residence halls may be awarded up to $100 per year by completing the mini-grant application form below.
Preference for mini grants will be given to activities that meet most or all of the following guidelines:
- Promote student interaction.
- Engaging, interesting, creative, or unique.
- Structured to promote students attending entire program, rather than being a “stop by” for students prior to going out for the evening.
- Demonstrate collaboration between multiple groups or organizations.
- Open to a broad audience.
- Can identify goals and evaluation metrics.
- Can provide an appropriate description of how the funds will be used.
- Funding from McWell is integral to making the event a success.
- Application is submitted at least two weeks prior to date of event.
- Alcohol alternative mini grant requirement: On Thursday, Friday or Saturday night after 9 pm OR an alternative event directly linked to a high-risk time (ex: alcohol-free game watch).
- Well-being mini grant requirement: Can identify what dimension of well-being the event aims to impact and how.
Clubs and organizations that receive funding will also be asked to complete a brief post-event survey and display a McWell promotional poster at the event.
Contact Emily Schulze at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to submit posters or publicity materials.