UBC Community Learning Initiative Grants
The Centre for Community Engaged Learning grants funding so that you can address community priorities through projects that you design and execute. Build on your experience working with community and get creative with what you can do to address community needs. Advisors and staff are also on hand to help refine and guide you in developing your proposal. Learn more.
Undergraduate Awards is the world’s only pan-discipline academic awards programme that identifies leading creative thinkers through their undergraduate coursework. As well as coming to Dublin for an all-expenses-paid trip to receive their medal, UA provides top performing students with the support, network and opportunities they require to raise their profiles and further their career paths. Learn more.
Professional Activities Fund (Engineering)
The Professional Activities Fund aims to support co-curricular activities and external projects that are also complementary to the engineering curriculum. It is not intended to replace University-level, Faculty-level, or Departmental-level funding that directly supports curricular activities. PAF is meant to support short-term, student-initiated projects, subsidize student travel, and support sustainable activities that benefit the student body. Learn more.
Walter H. Gage Memorial Fund
The Walter Gage Memorial Fund provides financial support for non-curricular student projects and activities that enhance the University’s reputation and have broad interest to students at UBC. The fund is named after Walter H. Gage, who served UBC for more than 50 years, five as President. His commitment to students and teaching distinguish his contributions to the university, and je was particularly interested in developing student financial support programs. Learn more.
AMS Sustainability Projects Fund
The AMS Sustainability Projects Fund aims to create a sustainable campus and foster an environmentally conscious culture by funding student-led projects that reduce the ecological footprint of UBC students and their campus. Any student at UBC may submit a project application. Learn more.
Innovative Projects Fund
The IPF was designed to provide a start-up funding pool for a broad range of visible and innovative projects of direct benefit to students. Traditionally, each successful application receives funding up to $5,000. In the past, innovative projects have been new ideas such as student media initiatives, new clubs, new conferences, and student services. All UBC students, staff and faculty who have a vision for a new project that does not duplicate existing resources are encouraged to apply. Learn more.
UBC Global Fund
The UBC Global Fund provides small grants (typically up to $2,000) to currently enrolled UBC Vancouver students to fund student-led initiatives, projects or events that focus on international engagement, intercultural understanding, sustainability and collaboration and have a connection with the Simon K.Y. Lee Global Lounge & Resource Centre (Global Lounge). Learn more.
Need more help? Visit the Centre for Student Involvement and Careers for in-person funding and awards advising.