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To receive funding for a project, meet the following criteria and guidelines to bring your initiative to life.
All applications to the Tuum Est Student Initiative Fund are evaluated based on how well they meet the three pillars and the positive impact they bring to the campus community.
Student success is looking within and beyond the classroom for unique opportunities to learn, lead, and develop new strengths. For example, attending conferences, skill development workshops, management and leadership training.
Program connections speak to how students within the same academic program develop a sense of belonging and connection to their faculty, peers, and field of study. For example, organizing program-related conferences at UBC, promoting dialogue, and participating in competitions.
Campus affinity relates to the positive connection between our students and the UBC Okanagan campus. For example, hosting cultural events at UBC, programs that can uniquely occur in the Okanagan, and events that fosters a greater sense of community with UBC’s Okanagan campus.
UBC’s Okanagan campus is situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation