1. Funding requests must reflect the Mission and Values of Connecticut College.
  2. Funding requests must prioritize student learning and the impact on the student experience.
  3. Student funding requests must be sponsored a members of the Connecticut College campus community (i.e. Undergraduate or graduate students, faculty, and/or staff).
  4. Sponsoring groups must have a well-conceived plan for publicizing the event/program.
  5. Funding requests must not conflict with the scheduling of other major campus events. Groups should contact the Events Office at for on campus programming or work with other relevant on campus community members to assist in event planning to avoid schedule conflicts.
  6. The committee encourages submissions in a timely fashion. Proposals should be received no less than three business days before the meeting at which they are to be discussed and a minimum of 2 weeks in advance of the event being proposed.
  7. The program must take place within the current fiscal/academic year. Connecticut College’s fiscal year begins on July 1st and ends on June 30 each year.
  8. Funding recipients are expected to submit a mandatory evaluation following the completion of their event. Failure to submit an evaluation may result in future loss of CSFC funding.