Community Engagement

Grant Opportunities

Our Spring 2019 Service Learning Grant Applications Are OPEN now

The Office of Community Engagement at CSUN develops civic responsibility, integrates meaningful community service into our academic experiences, and sustains partnerships with our surrounding communities. We would like to invite you to be a part of our ever-growing community of Engaged Faculty, Students and Staff who enrich scholarship, research and creative activity and enhance curriculum to prepare educated and engaged students.

Please consider applying for one or more of the funding opportunities offered through the Office of Community Engagement. All applications are available on our website and must be submitted electronically. The deadline to apply is Monday, October 22, 2018, at 5:00 pm.

Community Engagement Offers the following grants to tenured, tenure-track, and lecturer faculty:

  • Student Scholar: ($500)
    The purpose of this grant is to support a service-learning faculty member's course by providing a student scholar to offer assistance with the S4 database, risk management protocal, and other pedagogically-related activities during the Spring 2019 academic year.
  • Disciplinary Grant ($3000)
    The purpose of this grant is to support one faculty in designing and implementing a service-learning course. This grant includes a student scholar to offer assistance with the S4 database, risk management protocol, and other pedagogically-related activities during the Spring 2019 academic year.

Faculty Senate Awards

Awards are presented each year to a select group of California State University, Northridge faculty members, in recognition of outstanding achievement in a variety of areas. Please select here to view this years awards. 

Click here to learn more about the awardees of last academic year's grants.

Questions?

Contact Danielle Spratt, Ph.D., Director of Faculty Engagement and Service Learning

Danielle.spratt@csun.edu