SUS Special Projects Fund 

The Special Projects Fund (SPF) is a monetary initiative offered by the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) to its constituent departments and affiliated organizations in order to reduce some of the financial strain on departmental associations involving the planning of events and provision of services. It provides the opportunity for departmental associations and affiliated organizations to undergo projects of intrinsic value that would otherwise not be possible. The application process itself has been designed to be simple; however, there are several selection criteria that must be met for an application to be accepted. The SPF is offered in good faith and is meant to be a method by which the SUS supports its departments and affiliated organizations.

Information Sheet – Application

 

SUS Ambassador Fund

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The SUS Ambassador Fund (SCAF) is to be used as a source of financial assistance to students in the Faculty of Science and Arts and Science for the purpose of attending or hosting conferences/competitions of an academic nature. The fund is meant to be a form of support for students who will be representing McGill Science in such a way as to continue building its reputation for excellence on a national and international scale.  Applications will be evaluated by the Dean of Research and Graduate Education, the Undergraduate Research Officer, and the SUS VP Finance.

Information SheetApplication – Letter of Support

SUS Ambassador Fund Deadlines for 2016-2017

Each round considers applications from two different semesters (Fall, Winter and Spring), therefore you have the opportunity to submit an application in another round should you miss the first opportunity to do so.
  • Round 1 (for conferences taking place from April 1st, 2016 – December 31st, 2016): October 1st, 2016
  • Round 2 (for conferences taking place from September 1st, 2016 – April 30th, 2017): January 21st, 2017
  • Round 3 (for conferences taking place from January 1st, 2017 – August 31st, 2017): April 1st, 2017
You will be notified of the decisions within 1 month of the deadline of submission.

 

Student Space Improvement Fund

The Student Space Improvement Fund (SSIF) is a monetary initiative offered by the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) to its constituent departments and affiliated organizations in order to reduce some of the financial strain on departmental associations involved in the renovation or improvement of student spaces readily available to ALL science students. It provides the opportunity for departmental associations and affiliated organizations to undergo projects of intrinsic value that would otherwise not be possible. The application process itself has been designed to be simple; however, there are several criteria that must be met for an application to be accepted. The SSIF is offered in good faith and is meant to be a method by which the SUS supports its and affiliated organizations.

– Information Sheet – Application

 

SUS Scholarship Fund

The SUS Scholarship Fund (SCSF) was created to further the SUS’s mandate to enrich the lives of students, and to support the SUS’s commitment to inspiring learning, leadership and citizenship. The SCSF is thus intended to formally recognize individuals who inspire these qualities and go above and beyond in serving their peers and their community. The goal of the SCSF is to identify outstanding McGill Science and Arts & Science students for their leadership and community achievement during their time at McGill. Note that students’ contributions may extend beyond the limits of the McGill community, but as with all contributions, preference will be given to those that directly contribute to science and science undergraduate students at McGill.

– Application

**ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO finance.sus@mail.mcgill.ca.**