Charles Sturt University sustainability projects grant
Do you have an engaging sustainability project idea? Would you like to assist in improving Charles Sturt's sustainability performance to further our commitment toward sustainability? Sustainability grants offer students and staff from all faculties, divisions and areas of study a great way to turn a sustainability idea into reality.
Project grants for 2020 are now closed
Grants are available annually for project ideas up to $10,000
If you are interested in reviewing a project final report, please contact Charles Sturt Sustainability
Charles Sturt University sustainability research seed grant
Are you a Charles Sturt University research staff member who would like to bring sustainability to the forefront of your research practice? Research Seed Grant funding is an opportunity for all University research staff to undertake sustainability-related projects across any discipline, to further the University's commitments toward sustainability.
Funding pool of $40,000 with a maximum of $10,000 per project.
The 2019 application process for Research Seed grants is now closed. Please see the Projects by Year page for updates on funded projects.
Grass roots grant
Would you like to implement a small sustainability initiative on campus and help make a big impact towards Charles Sturt University's sustainability goals? The 'grass roots' grants can help staff and students kick start a sustainability idea. Grass roots grants are accepted year round –Use our online form to get your application in today (or download the word document below to submit via email)
Funding pool of $10,000 with a maximum of $1,000 per project.
Grass Roots grant applications are accepted all year round from staff and students.
For community groups looking to apply for the environmental sustainability grants as part of Charles Sturt's Community University Partnership Program (CUP) please visit the CUP grants page
Note: The 2019 Sustainability CUP grant program is fully subscribed and planned to be offered again in early 2020.