Students, do you need funding for an out-of-class activity?
ASI’s Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) provides student funding for out-of-class experiences for students participating in an academic program, discipline, or department where those experiences are integrally related to one of its instructional courses; including projects, conferences, and seminars. The application deadline is Friday, Mar. 4 at 11:59 p.m.
What is an Instructionally Related Activity (IRA)?
The goal of the Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) program is to provide student fee funding for out-of-class experiences for students participating in an academic program, discipline, or department where those experiences are integrally related to one of its instructional courses. Such activities are deemed essential for providing a quality educational program and constitute a vital and/or enhanced instructional experience for students.
To be eligible, activities must: (a) be discipline/departmentally based and sponsored, (b) be integral to course offerings, (c) be intensive, structured activities, (d) require active rather than passive student involvement, (e) engage students in performances, presentations, or competitions that demonstrate skills from participation in intensive classwork.
For the application and further information regarding this funding opportunity through ASI contact Academic Resources 559.278.3079 or visit ASI’s IRA website at fresnostate.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9oaJ5aEAaXObRKC