Rules and Regulations

Campus Mental Health Strategy grant program

1. Eligibility: This competition is open to current University of Calgary students (undergraduate or graduate, registered in at least one course at any University of Calgary campus), staff, academic staff, and post-docs. Unfortunately, this competition is not open to Continuing Education students or members of the Mental Health Strategy Implementation Advisory Committee. Applicants can only be a member of one application.

2. Proposal Submission: Applicants must complete the application form by 11:59pm on May 3, 2019. Only completed forms will be considered. Any quotations or referenced data from existing sources must be properly cited. Only complete application swill be accepted. Please note teh page limits for each section of the application as sections exceeding page limits will not be reviewed. Late submissions will not be accepted. The Director of the Campus Mental Health Strategy will acknowledge receipt of proposals via email.

3. Rights and Permissions: Any submitted material becomes the property of the Campus Mental Health Strategy.

4. Copyright: Any submitted material must comply with University of Calgary copyright regulations. This includes videos, images, music etc. Please visit to ensure compliance if you plan on using any literary, artistic, musical or dramatic works in your proposal.

5. Judging: Project proposals will be reviewed by a selection committee who will use an Evaluation Rubric to determine the successful applicants. The selection committee will include representatives from the SU Wellness Centre, Human Resources, Staff Wellness, and other relevant groups.

6. Ethics: If the project includes gathering information from people for research purposes, please note that your project may require research ethics review. Please indicate on the application form and the Director of the Campus Mental Health Strategy will follow-up.

7. Grants: The successful applications will be announced mid-June 2019. A grant of up to $10,000 will be awarded to successful applicants to implement their project or initiative on campus. The successful applicants will receive up to $10,000 and will have one year from the date of funds being dispersed to expend all funds and complete project activities.