ATC Grant Information
ATC awards grants to faculty members to facilitate the use and evaluation of new software, hardware, apps, and/or one-time subscriptions or licenses for instruction or other teaching activities. ATC grants are designed for the purpose of evaluating the integration of the technology into the recipient’s teaching. The goal of ATC grants is to allow the recipient the opportunity to evaluate an item of technology for its ability to enhance a course or courses. Submissions for standard grants are accepted by ATC on a continuing basis from planning week to April 1st of the same academic year.
Faculty members interested in applying for an ATC grant should follow these steps:
- Download and read one of the forms listed below. Be sure that your proposal is in keeping with the guidelines for ATC grants, which are detailed on the first page of each application form. If you are unsure, the Grant Application Rubric (also below) may be helpful to you.
- Complete the application form completely.
- Submit two copies of the application: A paper copy (signed by your department chair), mailed to chair Travis Maynard, 2338 Campus Box; and an unsigned electronic copy (in the original Microsoft Word .docx format) emailed to email@example.com.
An Expedited Grant form is available for faculty who want to purchase new software, apps, one-time subscriptions, or licenses totaling $150 or less. If your proposal fits this category, use the ATC Expedited Grant Form link below. ATC Expedited Grant proposals can be submitted year-round, including summer and winter terms.
For a sample of prior ATC grants awarded and how the grant supported academics, please see our featured past grants.
Expedited Grant Form
Standard Grant Form
ATC Grant Application Rubric
Other sources of funding to support teaching and learning at Elon include:
- Grants to support innovative, inclusive, and evidence-based teaching and learning projects or scholarly presentations related to teaching and learning from the Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning, and
- Grants focused on improving writing instruction or research on writing from the Center for Writing Excellence, and
- Funding to support new ways to enhance student learning and engagement through the integration of students’ academic and residential experiences through the Residential Campus Advisory Committee’s Living and Learning at Elon: Integration Grants, and
For additional internal and external funding opportunities, visit the university’s Faculty Funding website.