All Central Washington University undergraduate students who are admitted to degree programs may apply for an Undergraduate Travel Fellowship to help defray the costs of travel, per diem, and registration in connection with travel to conferences, meetings, exhibits, or performances where the results of their faculty-mentored research, scholarship, or creative activity will be presented.
The maximum fellowship for an individual student presenting as the sole or lead presenter is $500. The maximum combined fellowship for a group of presenters is $1,500.
Students in all disciplines are encouraged to apply. All awardees are required to present at the annual Symposium On University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE).
If you need to travel in order to conduct your research, scholarship, or creative activity, apply for an Undergraduate Research Fellowship instead of an Undergraduate Travel Fellowship.
Fellowship Packet Information and Cover Sheet:
Read over the instruction packet prior to beginning your application.
Remember to include ALL documentation requested, including:
Written and signed endorsement from the sponsoring faculty member.
Confirmation of acceptance or documentation of pending acceptance.
A statement from the student describing the project and how the presentation enhances their own personal scholarship in their program of study and their career goals. For Group Applications, each student should submit a brief statement on how the presentation enhances their own personal scholarship and their career goals.
A detailed budget form, including costs of the trip and amount requested. Estimated costs should adhere to the University regulations and rules regarding travel expense per diem and cost limitations. See the application packet for further directions.
Travel Authorization Forms must be completed online prior to travel (see application form for details). The SURC Accounting office, SURC Room 263, 509-963-1328, assists students with completing Travel Authorizations.
There are two opportunities for students to submit applications: NOVEMBER 10 and FEBRUARY 16. Original applications with six (6) copies are due on those dates by 5 p.m. in the School of Graduate Studies and Research, Barge 214, Mailstop 7510.
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Electronically received copies cannot be processed at this time. Applications are reviewed by the Undergraduate Research Advisory Committee comprised of faculty from across disciplines in the College of the Sciences, College of the Arts and Humanities, and College of Education and Professional Studies.