Applications: TAP Applications are typically due by the 2nd Friday in October with award notifications by the 2nd Friday in November. Faculty submitting an application for TAP mini-grant funding will complete a TAP Application which provides a format for reviewing the grant objectives, assessment plan, and anticipated outcomes. The application is posted to the Assessment Committee webpage. A budget form is included in the application, and the entire application is submitted as an email attachment to the chair of the assessment committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The school chair, and dean, for the faculty members’ school/college must submit an acknowledgement of the proposed project by email to the chair of the assessment committee. If the total amount of grant funding available for the academic year is not awarded for projects proposed during the fall semester, a second round of applications may be accepted on a rolling basis. Announcements of grant awards for the first round of applications and the availability of funding for the second round will be distributed by the notification date listed on the TAP Timeline. Descriptions of projects receiving grant funding will be posted on the web page of the Assessment Committee.
Directions for the TAP Application:
1) Download the TAP Application below.
a. Complete the form
b. Attach the application to an email addressed to the chair of the assessment committee (email@example.com) with the subject line: “TAP Application”
2) Share your mini-grant proposal (you can cc them in your email) with the appropriate School Chair(s) and College Dean(s) and ask them each to e-mail the chair of the assessment committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) acknowledging their review of the proposed mini-grant funded project, with any comments regarding the proposal. Applications will not be considered complete without these letters of acknowledgement.
a. For example: “I am familiar with the proposed project entitled [name of project] and led by [name of project leader] and acknowledge its submission for funding from the Assessment Committee TAP Mini-Grant Program.” [Additional comments related to your review of the project’s merits are also invited.] Please provide your Name & Title
3) Request email statements of support from any other areas affected by the project (e.g. if your project will require data generated from institutional research, include a letter from institutional research stating that they can, and are willing to, provide data for the project).
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