Programming Funds Search

Use this page to narrow down your search for USAC funds (make sure to review all funding guidelines to determine if you are eligible for other funds as well).

Developed in partnership with USAConnect from the Office of the Internal Vice President.

For a comprehensive list of funding sources, outside of USAC, available to student organizations to help support their programs, visit the SOLE funding resources page.

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CS Transpo Fund

  • Funding varies
  • $4,000 maximum
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Community Service

Deadline: Quarterly. The application will open on Monday of Week 1 and close on Friday of Week 3.

Eligibility: UCLA students. Groups must be registered with SOLE.

Contact: transpofund@uclacsc.org ,

About: Helps UCLA's service orgs travel to their recipients with less financial strain on transportation.

Improve your chances: Transportation.

Not available yet.

USA/BOD ASUCLA Programming Fund

  • $50,000 per quarter
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • General Events

Deadline: Fall: October 5, 2021 (FQ Week 2). Winter: November 2, 2021 (FQ Week 6). Spring: February 15, 2022 (WQ Week 7).

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE.

Contact: usabudgetreview@gmail.com

About: Fund to help programming costs of events organized and hosted by officially registered student organizations.

Improve your chances: Apply for funding towards advertising or graphics, facilities or equipment rentals, food, honoraria, props or costumes.

The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) Grant Application — Mini Fund

  • $500 per quarter
  • $1,000 maximum
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Sustainability

Deadline: Fridays of Week 2, 4, 6, 8

Eligibility: UCLA students, staff, and faculty; provided there is undergraduate student involvement and/or benefit.

Contact: TGIF@asucla.ucla.edu

About: Projects/events that promote sustainability within the community

Improve your chances: Consider using sustainable materials at your events, such as compostable utensils, resuable tote bags, etc.

The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) Grant Application — Main Fund

  • $10,000 per quarter
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Sustainability

Deadline: Friday of Week 2

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE. Individuals may also apply.

Contact: TGIF@asucla.ucla.edu

About: Projects/events that promote sustainability within the community

Improve your chances: Consider using sustainable materials at your events, such as compostable utensils, resuable tote bags, etc.

Supplemental Fund for Service (SFS)

  • $3,250 per quarter
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Community Service

Deadline: 4 Weeks (for conferences) 2 Weeks (for programs and other funding needs)

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE. Individuals may also apply.

Contact: sfs@uclacsc.org

About: Provide UCLA undergraduate students affiliated with a service project on-campus and UCLA student organizations the opportunity to pursue their service initiatives.

Improve your chances: Recipients of service include: UCLA students, Non-UCLA students, Non-human recipients (ex. Animals, Environment).

Fund will open soon.

Student Wellness Programming Fund

  • $750 per quarter
  • Contingent on Event
  • General Events

Deadline: 2 Mondays prior to proposed program date.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE.

Contact: uclaswc.finance@gmail.com

About: Help funds event organizing and supply costs for health-related events on-campus.

Improve your chances: Student orgs may apply multiple times, as long as each application is for a different event.

Contingency Programming Fund

  • Funding varies
  • Contingent on Event
  • General Events

Deadline: 3 weeks prior to proposed program date.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE and following all University COVID-19 protocols. In-person, off-campus events will require additional SOLE advisor approval (forward email to FiCom).

Contact: usaficom@asucla.ucla.edu ,

About: Helps student organizations fund activities and events which are desirable to the general interest of the UCLA Undergraduate Student Body.

Improve your chances: Food, retreats, parking, etc. will be funded.

Contingency Capital Items Fund

  • Funding varies
  • Contingent on Event
  • General Events

Deadline: 3 Weeks prior to purchase

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE and have physical office space in Kerckhoff Hall.

Contact: usaficom@asucla.ucla.edu

About: Fund given to USAC office/commission or a student group with an office in Kerckhoff to cover cost of technology and furniture items.

Improve your chances: Consider the type of tech/furniture you are requesting. Computers, cabinents, desks, will be funded. Laptops, microwaves, etc. won’t.

Fund is not yet open.

Student Initiated Outreach Committee (SIOC) — Mini Fund

  • Funding varies
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Community Service

Deadline: Fixed per quarter, exact date varies depending on quarter.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE.

Contact: siocminifund@cpo.ucla.edu

About: A supplemental funding source for student-initiated, student-run community service projects and UCLA student sponsoring organizations who perform outreach functions.

Improve your chances: The program or service to be implemented must be directly correlated towards increasing the academic competitiveness of socio-economically/educationally disadvantaged students and underrepresented communities towards eligibility or attendance to the University of California or other institutions of higher learning.

Community Service Mini Fund (CS Mini)

  • $3500 per quarter
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Community Service

Deadline: Fall: October 30th. Winter: January 29th. Spring: April 23rd.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE.

Contact: csminifund@gmail.com

About: Student program which contributes to the elimination of poverty and social problems; and/or provides direct services to disadvantaged groups.

Improve your chances: Innovation-as a response to the needs of the target population, uniqueness, professional services that address unmet needs, provide direct service

Bruin Advocacy Grant

  • $5000 per quarter
  • Contingent on Event
  • Political Advocacy

Deadline: Fridays, 5 weeks prior to proposed program date.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE. Individuals may also apply.

Contact: usaevp@gmail.com

About: Fund for students looking to advocate on behalf of themselves or organization for issues important to them.

Improve your chances: Advocacy must be on local/state/national/international issues or a core mission statement in the organizations bylaws/constitution.

Arts Restoring Community (ARC) — Referendum Funding

  • $2500 per quarter
  • Fixed Per Quarter
  • Cultural Awareness

Deadline: Twice per quarter, mandatory hearing after application submission.

Eligibility: Student organizations registered with SOLE.

Contact: cac.arcfund@usac.ucla.edu

About: Quarterly fund used to promote cultural diversity through arts. Funds facility and venue costs, program supplies, honorarium, and youth programs.

Improve your chances: Make sure you are promoting cultural awareness of marginalized communities, diversity, and art alongside related events.

Academic Affairs Commission — Travel Grant Mini Fund

  • $500 per quarter
  • Contingent on Event
  • Academic Success

Deadline: 3 weeks prior to proposed program date.

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE. Individuals may also apply.

Contact: usactgmf@gmail.com

About: Provides grants for student travel and accommodation during academic events. Only academic-specific travel will be allowed, no lobbying.

Improve your chances: All events that facilitate gathering for discussion, networking, training, academic or professional training qualify (ex. Interviews).

Academic Affairs Commission — Academic Success Referendum (ASRF)

  • $2000 per quarter
  • Contingent on Event
  • Academic Success

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to proposed program date

Eligibility: Groups must be registered with SOLE. Individuals may also apply.

Contact: usaaac@asucla.ucla.edu

About: Fund given to causes that support academic success of students. No non academic program allowed.

Improve your chances: Consider feasibility, cost efficiency, benefit for future students, necessity, impact of students