Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) is an on-campus organization that provides many services for students, one of which is awarding funds to support student research. They offer a substantial amount of money, which provides funding for both undergraduate and graduate student research and creative activities. The application process has become increasingly competitive, so ASI recommends that students read through each page of the application thoroughly in order to ensure it is understood completely and properly. ASI is an invaluable resource to students, so make sure to visit the ASI website to take advantage of what they offer.
Due to the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19), the CSU Chancellor's Office has suspended all non-essential domestic and international student travel until further notice.
As a result, the Office of Student Research (OSR) will not be reviewing or awarding ASI Student Research and Travel (SRT) Grants for a conference or research-related travel until further notice from campus administration. However, we will continue to accept applications for Research Supplies and to Present or Attend VIRTUAL conferences only.
For students who received ASI SRT travel funding that is no longer able to travel to conferences or to conduct research due to this restriction and/or event cancellations, please work with your hotel and flight companies and conference organizers to receive a refund for your already paid travel expenses and conference registration fees. If you are unable to receive adequate refund or reimbursement, you will need to provide documentation from each source indicating that they are not able to reimburse you, along with your receipts, to the OSR. We will make every effort to process your reimbursement.
Please contact the OSR at OSR@csusb.edu if you have any questions or concerns
This program encourages and supports both undergraduate and graduate student research and creative activities by providing funding to support student research, as well as travel-related to academic growth and development. Students may use the funding to conduct research for an independent study, an academic course, honor’s project, or master’s thesis project, to present at a conference or attend a conference. Funds are made available through Associated Students Incorporated and Instructionally Related Programs.
Applicants must be enrolled during the semester in which they are applying for funding. Undergraduate students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA; graduates must have a 3.0 GPA.
All projects involving human subjects and/or vertebrate animals must submit proof of Institutional Review Board and/or Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee approval as part of the application and/or prior to the release of funds.
If this is your first time preparing a grant proposal, you are encouraged to attend the Applying to SRT Grant Workshop on TBA and the Grant Writing Proposal Workshop on TBA.
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