Resource Access Project (RAP)
This program aims to aid graduate students by providing financial assistance in the form of travel grants. Specifically, RAP provides up to $275 for graduate students to travel to present professional work related to their particular academic discipline at a conference or performance.
In order to receive RAP, department must have an active senator. A department is considered inactive if the department’s senator has not been present at two out of the last three senate meetings. The RAP applicant must fill out the RAP application found below, provide evidence of presenting at a conference or performance, and original receipts. Submit the package to the Graduate Student Organization (GSO) office located on the 2nd floor of the Student Activity Center (SAC). Students are eligible to receive a maximum of $275 per fiscal year.
For any additional questions, please contact:
Graduate Student Senator for Department of Technology and Society
Harriman Hall 348
Graduate Student Organization Website: http://sbgso.org/