Student Research Grants
Marist encourages student involvement in research and scholarship as one of the most effective approaches to learning. Our faculty are dedicated to interactive learning and collaboration, and support student efforts to pursue research and creative projects. The College has established a fund to assist students in pursuing scholarly projects under the guidance of a faculty member.
Travel to conferences is provided only when the student has received an invitation by the conference organizers to present. Research grants will not exceed $400. Travel grants will rarely exceed $800.
Applications are accepted four times per year: September 15, November 15, February 1, and April 1. Grants cover research and travel activities any time of the year. Applications must be submitted at least 10 business days prior to research/travel activities. Applications submitted after completion of travel will not be considered.
A completed Student Research Grant application includes:
- Request form with faculty member endorsement and dean signature
- Project description (not to exceed two pages)
- Proposed budget
- For travel grants, proof the paper/poster has been accepted
Eligible students must have:
- A minimum GPA of 3.2
- Received no more than one prior Student Research Grant
- Approval and consent of supervision from a full-time Marist faculty member
Eligible requests will typically include:
- Reasonable travel expenses to conferences or approved institutions for the purposes of conducting or presenting faculty-sponsored research. Travel reimbursement will be made according to the Marist Travel and Business Expense Policy.
- Supplies, materials, or printing expenses in support of the project. All materials remain the property of Marist College.
- College residential housing costs during the time research is being conducted (summer only) if available.
Guidelines for Use of Award:
Additional guidelines are described on the application form.
To apply for a Student Research Grant, please read and complete the application form.