UA Green Fund
Allocated by a 10 member student committee, the UA Green Fund is intended to support projects that make the University of Arizona a more environmentally sustainable institution.
The UA Green Fund Committee has approximately $400,000 per year to allocate to projects through its Annual Grants and Mini-Grants programs. The Board of Regents approved the Green Fund for the first time as part of tuition and fees in March 2010.
University oversight of the Committee is provided through the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Committee procedures follow established University business procedures and policies.
The Proposals section of this site contains the complete history of all Green Fund projects, including original proposals, detailed progress reports, financial data and change requests. To learn more about currently funded projectsand the people and stories behind themvisit the UA's Environment and Sustainability Portal.
Part of tuition
APPLY FOR ANNUAL GRANT FUNDING
Pre-Proposals for Annual Grant funding are now closed.
Full proposals for Annual Grant funding are not currently being accepted. Be sure to check this site for information on future opportunities to submit full proposals for funding.
- April 1, 2013
Mini Grant applications close
- April 11, 2013
Committee applications close
- April 11, 2013
Public meeting addressing PARs & Mini Grants & meet prospective GF committee applicants
5-7pm, El Portal, Saguaro Room
- April 19, 2013
Meet & Greet reception for past & present GF recipients
4-6pm, El Portal, Saguaro Room
- April 23, 2013
Project Manager & Business Manager feedback session
1-3pm, SUMC, Sabino room
- April 30, 2013
1-2pm, SUMC, Madera room
Agendas and minutes from previous committee meetings are available in the Documents section.