The SGA Grant Fund is designed to assist Champlain College students—both as individuals and as groups or organizations—in their participation in an activity that would otherwise be impeded by lack of finances. These activities may include but are not limited to conference attendance, campus events, and community engagement.

To apply for grant funding, please refer to the link below and fill out the form as thoroughly as possible. The SGA Vice President will be notified when your form has been submitted, and the House of Representatives will then discuss your grant application at the next Senate meeting.

Apply for a grant here. (CLOSE ON NOVEMBER 4TH)

For reimbursement of expenses approved in either grants or club budgets, please submit a completed copy of the following reimbursement form. This form will be submitted to the Director of Finance.

Contact Emails:

Vice President:

Director of Finance:

Important Note

Grant funding has officially closed for the Fall Semester. Please submit your grant proposal after January 2nd. 

Tips and Tricks for Grant Submission

  • Unless critical to the success of your event/activity, SGA does not fund food costs.
  • While all grants will be viewed equally, having a speaker available for the House of Representatives meeting will provide greater context which is necessary to fund allocation.
  • The SGA House of Representatives reserves the right to cut the total cost requested at the discretion of its members.

Example Grant Budget Breakdown

  • Must be set up as an itemized list
  • Must include exact pricing of each item if possible (vagueness of budget breakdown may cause the tabling of your grant until details are provided)
  • Provide links to items to be purchased if online

Alternatives to SGA Grant Funding


Description: An application that provides students with additional financial aid upon approval by the Chair of the Fund.

Availability: All students may apply

Contact Information:

Watson, Hilary
Assistant Director, Student Support Services and Single Parents
Student Engagement
(802) 860-2723
Skiff Hall & Annex

tHE Office of international education

Description: The office heads all available financial choices for students studying abroad. They are able to determine scholarships and grants that students are able to apply for.

Availability: All students may apply

Contact Information:  For Currently OIE faculty Click Here


Description: The deans of academic divisions are better able to determine the budget of each division in order to aid students in accomplishing their projects and hopes.

Availability: All students may apply to their respective Dean heads

Contact Information: For Active Dean’s List Click Here