Development Funds Requests
Definition of Funds
Interprofessional Development Funds
This type of funding is for events and activities that are across academic programs (interdisciplinary). Examples include guest speakers open to a broad audience of graduate and professional students, and/or an on-campus event that utilizes participation of multiple graduate and professional students and programs.
Interprofessional Development Funds Application
Program Development Funds
This type of funding is for academic program-specific events and activities. Examples include representing Pacific University by presenting research or other content at a professional conference (simply attending a conference is unlikely to result in funding because most programs require conference attendance as part of the professional experience), activities that benefit a population of patients/clients/students specific to your academic discipline, or events that develop a particular skill-set specific to your academic program.
Program Development Funds Application
Research Development Funds
This type of funding is for individual research being done as a program requirement or in addition-to program requirements. Examples include development of poster presentations, monies needed as incentive for research participants, or any costs associated with individual research. This funding applies to research being conducted by multiple students.
Research Development Funds Application
Requests for funding in any of the above areas should align with the mission of the PSS and provide a service to, inform, or enhance the Pacific University community or community-at-large.
Application Completion Support
It is highly encouraged that you review your request with your Senator(s) prior to submission. Incomplete applications may result in a delay of review. To obtain accurate account number for deposit of awarded funds, please seek assistance from your program's budget administrator. Completed applications can be submitted to DeanofStudentsOffice@pacificu.edu.
Dr. Jonathon Hyde | Dean of Students & Advisor to Professional Student Senate