Mini-Grants are Available!
The Louis Stokes Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation LS-COAMP at Fort Lewis College strives to support underrepresented minority students (African American, Alaskan Native, Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander) who are studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with the goal of increasing the number of baccalaureate degrees granted in these disciplines each year.
ONLY BIOLOGY, AGRICULTURE, CHEMISTRY, MATH, PHYSICS, ENGINEERING, COMPUTER SCIENCE OR GEOSCIENCES MAJORS MAY APPLY.
CO-AMP will consider request for mini-grants to be used for a variety of academically or professionally related experiences. Fill out the application and provide a 1-page summary of how the funds will be used as well as a detailed budget request. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
These are a few examples of common types of activities that can be funded:
- Undergraduate research (supply expenses and on campus-housing)
- Graduate school and exam fees
- Travel support to academic and professional conferences
- Other activities may be funded, please submit requests
How to apply:
Become a member of CO-AMP by filling out the CO-AMP Membership Application. Then complete the Mini-Grant Application and attach a detailed budget outlining your request.
Submit applications to Jessica Pierce via email or in her office, Chemistry Hall Room 148.