Eagle Endowment Grants
ideal into action, action into service...
The Freshman Service Experience Award
The FSE Grant is awarded in September to groups that wish to return to their Freshman Service Experience project site. Students are encouraged to start a new program or use funds to contribute to an existing program. Grants are awarded only to freshman groups who have participated in the FSE program. Grants are awarded from $100-$500.
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award
The MLK grant is awarded in November each year to students and groups in the spirit of Dr. Kings passion for service.. Through the Eagle Endowment, students and student organizations are empowered “build partnerships, empower communities, and serve to make a difference,” something that Dr. King preferred in his ideas of a legacy. Undergraduate, graduate, and Washington College of Law students and university-recognized student groups are highly encouraged to apply! Grants are awarded from $100-1,000.
The Spring Eagle Endowment award grants are awarded in March of each year. Applications are is open to all students interested in promoting social justice through unique student-led community service initiatives; this includes undergraduate, graduate, Washington College of Law students, and student groups. Grants are awarded from $100-1,000.