The Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education offers funding options to students, student groups and organizations for programming on race, ethnicity, identity, and social justice.
The Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education (CREDE) offers funding options to students, student groups and organizations for programming related to social justice, power, privilege, oppression, inequalities, and/or identities. Any student group or organization can partner together to apply for funding up to as much as $1,000 to go toward any qualifying program that is open to the campus community. Because the grant is competitive, the full $1000 is not guaranteed. Each application will be evaluated on a first come, first serve basis. Decisions of funding will be made at the discretion of the CREDE staff.
In order to qualify for this grant option, student groups and organizations must describe how the event meets for following basic criteria:
• Two or more students or student groups collaborating on the planning of the event.
• The program must have a component that addresses social justice, power, privilege, oppression, inequalities, and/or identities including race, ethnicity, sex & gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, religion ability, age and more.
• The program must be open to the campus community.
Note that Diversity Grants are used for reimbursing expenses, and funds are only allocated once all receipts have been brought to the CREDE and the Program Evaluation has been completed.
Applications are available on PhoenixCONNECT. For more information, please contact the CREDE at firstname.lastname@example.org.