The COGS Attendance Grant Funds have been depleted
November-February 2019 Funding Period:
Funds Available as of 10/14/2019: $0
The Congress of Graduate Students understands the importance of attending conferences, presenting research, and representing Florida State University to the national and international academic community. The COGS Grant Program was created to support students in these endeavors.
Funds are made available on a first come, first serve basis, with limited funds available in each funding period. Once funds are depleted for a funding cycle, COGS is unable to issue additional funds, regardless of an individual’s eligibility status.
Graduate students are encouraged to apply for funds at the beginning of the grant period or one month prior to travel, whichever comes first.
Funding from this program is available only for individuals attending a conference. This This does not include assisting with physical set up, supervision of a conference or assisting presenters.
To fairly distribute resources across the academic year, COGS has three distinct funding periods. These grants are made available on a first come first serve basis. Once the funds are spoken for, COGS cannot issue any more grants REGARDLESS of an individual’s eligibility status.
July 1-October 31 (Earliest time you can apply is June 1)
November 1-February 28 (Earliest time you can apply is October 1)
March 1-June 30 (Earliest time you can apply is February 1)
Outside continental U.S. (foreign countries Alaska, Hawaii): $100
Within the continental U.S. (more than 100 miles from Florida State University): $100
Please Note: Students are limited to two (2) grants (either presentation, conference attendance, or some combination thereof) per fiscal year (July 1 Current Year-June 30 Following Year). The maximum awarded amount in travel grants for any given student is $500 in any single fiscal year.
ATTENDANCE GRANT RULES
You must be a registered FSU graduate student at the time you travel to your conference.
Attendance Grant Application Checklist