Alyssa Paul Maria Grant

The Alyssa Paul Maria (’93) Fund for Student Entertainment was established to support innovative and exciting programming for the Lawrence University campus. Funds are available to both organizations and individual students who have creative programming ideas that will benefit Lawrence and its student body. Alyssa Paul Maria Fund events should differ from activities already commonly offered on campus and should not be scheduled to compete with other large scale campus events. Additional consideration is given to proposals of a social, cultural, and educational nature. Applicants are welcome and encouraged to contact Campus Life to clarify if their proposal is suited to the objectives of the Alyssa Paul Maria Fund before final submission.

The Alyssa Paul Maria Fund Committee meets as needed throughout the academic year.

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Saturday Night Late Grant

Saturday Night Late is Lawrence’s event series that provides students with activities, events, and entertainment on Saturday nights (around 10pm) throughout the term. Saturday Night Late Grants fund engaging and unique alcohol-free late night events. A great way to give back to the campus, student organizations, theme houses, and individual students are all welcome to apply to create, host, or run Saturday Night Late events.

GUIDELINES FOR EVENT PROPOSALS
• Programs must be social in nature, be likely to attract a large number of students and differ from other activities occurring on campus
• Fund request can range in price from $500-$1500
• Programs must be alcohol-free.
• Organizers must be willing to work with the Campus Life Program Coordinator from start to finish of a program. 
• Organizers will need to submit a program evaluation no later than 2 weeks after the event.
• Applicants can only submit one funding proposal per term.
• Special consideration will be given to those groups who collaborate and work with other departments and/or student groups.
 

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