Every year, O∆K awards ten or more grants with an average of $500 to help develop leadership programs on campuses.
Do you have a program idea for your circle?
Does your circle already host an event or project that you seek to expand or improve?
Would you like a grant to support your efforts?
Clay Grants: The original OΔK grant to circles, the Clay Grants are awarded to circles who seek to provide leadership and personal development on their campus through the circle. The critical words to consider are “leadership development.”
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Grants: This year, two grants are dedicated to programs that support the leadership development of historically underrepresented and marginalized populations or seek to bring leaders together to address issues of racial and ethnic injustice in their campus community. Grants may be as much as $750.00.
Application System – We will continue to use Kaleidoscope for Clay and Diversity grant submission this year. Be sure to join us for the webinar to learn how this system works.
Circle Grants: Circles that have raised $10,000 for their circle through OΔK are eligible for a grant of up to $500 each year. Eligible circles are contacted directly by OΔK staff but must receive approval for the use of their funds. Circle Grants are available to the following circles:
- Auburn University (Omega Circle) $1000
- University of Richmond (Epsilon Circle) $500
- Washington and Lee University (Alpha Circle) $750
August 15, 2021: Information for the 2022 Clay Grant process is available
September 15, 2021: Clay, Diversity, and Circle Grant Application Opens
September 30, 2021: Clay, Diversity, and Circle Grant Webinar, 4:30-5:30 p.m. (Eastern)
October 13, 2021: Circle Officer Webinar on Grants and Programs, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. (Eastern)
October 30, 2021: DEADLINE – All grant applications
December 10, 2021: Grant recipients announced
January 1, 2022: All grant programs may begin
Have a question?
Apply for a Clay or Diversity Grant
(open September 15, 2021)