Fine Arts Fees (FAF) Grants


FAF GrantsCollege of Fine Arts FAF Grants financially supports student-driven extracurricular experiences.  You may review our pdfFAF Grants Annual Summary of spending from 2014-2019.  

FAF Grants funding is available to CFA student groups that are registered as a Sponsored Student Organization through the Office of Student Leadership & Involvement.  CFA Sponsored Student Organizations may apply for a FAF Grant to fund student-driven, noncredit projects that 1) enhance student learning, and/or 2) enhance the student experience for the larger University community, and/or 3) create or host arts events on campus or in the greater Salt Lake Area.  FAF Grants projects must originate in the College of Fine Arts, be advised by a College of Fine Arts Faculty Member, and may involve students from other colleges.

 

1) Apply

FAF Grants Application

 

2) Deadlines

FAF Grant proposals are accepted twice a year, once a semester, based on the following deadlines. Please note: It can take minimally two weeks to reasearch, write, and get approval of a FAF Grant.  Plan accordingly so your grant will be the highest quality and FAF Grants can support your proposal.  

Fall Semester

  • September 1-13, 2019 Registration period for student groups to become a Sponsored Student Organization through the Office of Student Leadership & Involvement
  • October 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. FAF Grants applications are due to the Departments FAF Grants Representative
  • October 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. FAF Grants applications are due to the CFA Dean's Office in ART 250
  • November 1, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. FAF Grants funding meeting in CRCC 115.  Student group leaders will be invited via uMail to present their proposal.  

Spring Semester

  • November 3-15, 2019 Registration period for student groups to become a Sponsored Student Organization through the Office of Student Leadership & Involvement
  • January 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. FAF Grants applications are due to the Departments FAF Grants Representative
  • February 12, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. FAF Grants applications are due to the CFA Dean's Office in ART 250
  • February 28, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. FAF Grants funding meeting in CRCC 115.  Student group leaders will be invited via uMail to present their proposal.

 

3) Meet your FAF Grants Representatives

Each academic unit in the College of Fine Arts has three FAF Grants Representatives.  FAF Grants Representatives 1) help CFA students navigate the FAF Grants process, 2) make decisions about the FAF Grants applciation and funding process, and 3) decide which FAF Grants receive funding. Connecting with your FAF Grants Representative early can be useful in writing a strong and fundable proposal.  

Contact Your FAF Grants Representative 

 

4) Post-Award Requirements

After your student group recives FAF Grants funding for your project, you must follow University and FAF Grants policies and procedures, appropriately report on your progress, and complete post-award reporting requirements.

Post-Award FAF Grants Requirements