Funding for your research and creative exploration at SFA is made possible through a variety of channels. These opportunities support the research process and may include provisions for showcasing your projects at significant meetings and events.
Funding opportunities across SFA’s colleges
Each college at SFA provides a range of funding opportunities tailored to their respective fields as described in the overview below. For detailed and specific information, reach out to your mentor or academic advisor, who can guide you through the available resources and help you make the most of these opportunities.
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture
The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture has developmental funds available for students or student organizations to support undergraduate research, travel to professional meetings and other professional development opportunities. The application process is managed by each academic unit.
College of Liberal and Applied Arts
Students in the College of Liberal and Applied Arts should contact their faculty mentors for specific information.
College of Sciences and Mathematics
The College of Sciences and Mathematics provides student support through its student travel budgets and faculty research grants. Students should contact their faculty mentors for specific information.
James I. Perkins College of Education
The James I. Perkins College of Education has student travel funds for which students may apply, with the support of their faculty mentor.
Micky Elliot College of Fine Arts
The Micky Elliot College of Fine Arts provides opportunities for students to travel with college support. Typically, a faculty member either requests funding from the dean on behalf of their student(s) or students can contact the dean directly. The requests are considered in light of current funds.
Council on Undergraduate Research
SFA is an enhanced member of the Council on Undergraduate Research, which affords additional opportunities for students.
Choose which academic division best represents your interests to learn about funding available through the Council on Undergraduate Research.