Program Innovation Mini-Grants
The purpose of the Campus Compact for Wisconsin (CCWI) Program Innovation Mini-Grant Program is to foster and support innovative programs associated with CCWI member institutions, specifically those programs that focus on community-based learning, co-curricular civic engagement, and/or community-based research. We intend for funded programs to yield innovative ideas, insights, principles, and practices that may be useful to our broader network of colleges and universities.
Please apply using the Program Innovation Mini-Grants Program application (updated 12/05/18). The Application is Closed for the 2019-20 Year.
The reporting form for mini-grants can be accessed
A limited number of mini-grants are available. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Funds will be awarded pending a complete and valid application and fund availability.
Please see below for examples of types of projects funded in past years:
- Kari Reyburn / Western Technical College – Volunteer Income Tax Assistance fusion site
- Dr. Kate Ksobiech / UW-Whitewater – UW-W 100% Tobacco Free Campus
- Amanda Thielen / UW-Stevens Point – Be the Change
- Laurie Marks / UW-Milwaukee – Make a Difference Day
- Jen Schanen / UW-Green Bay – UWGB BSW Program Evaluation Course
- Robert Pyne / St. Norbert College – Public Achievement at SNC
- Stephanie Harrill / UW-Madison Morgridge Center for Public Service – Badger Volunteer Leader Network and Badger Volunteers
- Cynthia Perry / Edgewood College – Early Literacy Collaboration
- Randy Stoecker / UW-Madison and UW-Extension – Justified Anger Research