The purpose of the student development fund is to promote the personal and professional development of students and student groups. Funds may be used to but not limited to defer the cost of a variety of event expenses, conference registration and travel.
Please note: Applications are reviewed for eligibility during fall and spring semesters only. Submissions are closed during the summer and will reopen at the start of the fall semester.
Questions about the application process should be directed to email@example.com.
Funds are dedicated to current students or registered student organizations who may apply for up to:
Requests for funding outside of these amounts may be considered for events that clearly benefit a larger portion of the Texas Wesleyan student population.
The summary should present a concise description of the need and use of the funding and should not exceed one page.
The statement of need should describe what the funds will allow you to do, what will be accomplished, the desired outcome and a clearly stated budget.
Describe how receiving these funds will benefit you, the institution, and/or the campus community.
Applications will be reviewed by a small committee made up of students and/or faculty before submission to a member of Student Affairs. Applications will be scored based on the following criteria.
Summary of Funding Use
|Blank or provided no relevant information.||The summary is vague lacks explanation of need and is not clearly linked to goals or objectives. Less than 50% justified.||The summary provides some evidence of need It vaguely outlines goals and objectives. More than 50% justified.||The summary is clear and logical. The argument is compelling, persuasive with clear examples|
Use of Funds Statement
|Blank or provided no relevant information.||Provides minimal information to support the use of funds, the limited budget information includes unallowable expenditures. Less than 50% justified.||Provides partial information to support the use of funds, Budget is not complete and/or is not cost efficient or related to activities and outcomes. More than 50% justified.||Provides a clear concise budget with individual line items, description of funding use and what will be accomplished|
Description of Benefit
|Blank or provided no relevant information.||Unclear whether population affected would result in meaningful benefit. Less than 50% justified.||Provides partial details of the impact on self/organization, University or campus community and goals. More than 50% justified.||Provides specific details, such as individuals and groups affected, the effect on the applicant and/or campus and relationship to future professional goals.|
Each reviewer will submit their rubric scoring. The average score of the entire review board within each category will be calculated and will influence the approval/denial of a submission. Rubric scoring and application approval/denial will be communicated to the applicant via their university email address.
Communication with the business office will occur for the applicant to collect their funding.
Can be made on the first and third Thursday of every month with the designated Division of Student Affairs professional.
The “Pro Joe” Student Emergency Assistance Fund (SEAF) exists to provide limited emergency financial support to currently enrolled Texas Wesleyan University (TXWES) students who are otherwise unable to meet essential expenses due to a temporary or unexpected hardship.
Average awards range from $50 to $150, but will not be more than $500 per student per year. Decisions regarding the disbursement of SEAF monies are made on a case-by-case basis. These awards are not loans and do not require repayment. Some funds may be considered as income and, thus, are subject to federal income taxes.
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Example of expenses that may be covered by the SEAF include, but are not limited to:
Examples of expenses that are not covered by the SEAF include:
Any TXWES student may apply for the SEAF. To be considered, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Students who are in need of emergency financial assistance may submit an application and supporting documentation to the Dean of Students Office. Students are encouraged to meet with a member of the Student Affairs team to discuss their situation or to seek support in completing the process. The Dean of Students will review submitted applications and seek feedback from campus colleagues to determine appropriate funding amount. Applicants may be required to meet with a representative from the Dean of Students Office to discuss their application and circumstances related to the emergency. If an applicant is currently receiving financial aid, please be aware that receiving an award from the SEAF may affect future aid packages. If you have questions, please contact the Dean of Students Office at email@example.com or 817.531.4872.
The SEAF application requires the following information:
If you would like to apply for assistance, complete the SEAF application.