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The UCF Student Micro-Grant Program is for UCF Registered Student Organizations pursuing campus and community-based initiatives in civic engagement.

For the purposes of this grant Civic Engagement is being defined broadly as a process in which people take collective action to address issues of public concern.

The goal of this grant program is to support multiple student organizations at UCF who seek to create or extend projects in the area of civic engagement, particularly those focused on the UCF Community.

Fall 2022 Grant

  • Application Deadline: September 23, 2022
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In Summer 2022 LFI is proud to have provided micro-grants to the following UCF Registered Student Organizations:

Coming Soon!

In Spring 2022 LFI is proud to have provided micro-grants to the following UCF Registered Student Organizations:

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation will leverage the collective influence of sorority women to raise financial resources for entities around the world that are removing educational barriers for girls and women facing poverty and oppression.

The mission of Active Minds is to act as an advocate to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health as well as disseminate information regarding mental health issues and their treatment.

UCF’s Florida PIRG goal is to help raise awareness of environmental issue to fellow student

The Refugee and Immigrant Education Initiative (RIEI) is a UCF RSO that aims to reduce the barrier refugee and immigrant high school students face when pursuing higher education.

Through educational, advocacy, and collaborative programming with our affiliate bodies, APAC creates intentional spaces for students to engage in deeper conversations into the identities and issues in collegiate experiences.

Sparks Magazine provides a mixed-media platform to create content to engage in, develop and understand the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) experience.

The mission of Knights Exemplar is to support and create campus engagement and professional development through the establishment of a campus-wide mentorship program.