The University of Arizona Green Fund is a unique approach to
campus sustainability. Approved by the Board of Regents in 2010, the fund
allocates up to $400,000 each year to support projects that make the UA a more
sustainable place to live, work, and learn.
MINI GRANT proposals will be accepted September 1, 2020.
Through its Annual Grants and Mini Grant programs,
the Green Fund supports sustainability-related projects proposed by any member
of the UA community, and encourages collaborations between students, faculty,
and staff. The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice provides additional funding via
the usual Annual Grant and Mini Grant funding process for projects that provide
socially just solutions to environmental problems.
Notably, all grants are awarded by a committee of ten graduate
and undergraduate students, which means the decisions behind this
student-funded program are made by students.
The submission period for Mini Grant Proposals will
begin in mid-September and ends in mid-April (or until funding is exhausted).
Learn more about Mini Grant proposals here.
The Green Fund Rubric can be found here.
The Green Fund annual survey results: Student Services Fee and Green Fund Report 2019.pdf
Projects - A complete history of all Green Fund projects is
available via the links below.
Which group of funding applications would you like to see?
Mini Grants fund projects up to $2,000. Applications are accepted from mid-September
through March, or until all funds have been allocated for the academic year.
All funds must be used within 6 months of notification, or by June 30th. The
Green Fund can allocate up to $30,000 per Fiscal Year for Mini Grant Projects.
The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice will allocate
up to $5,000 for Mini Grant Projects.
Green Fund Annual Grants are accepted beginning in early November. There is no
budget limit for Annual Grants, and projects can be accomplished over 1-3
years. Funds are available in July. The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in
Environment and Social Justice will allocate up to $10,000 for Annual Grant Projects.