Curriculum grants can be used to develop curriculum for any type of class taught by faculty at the Seattle Colleges.
- Individual proposals for new courses are funded up to $3,000.
- Individual proposals for course curriculum revision start at $600 up to a maximum of $1,800.
- Group proposals are funded up to $5,400. (Group projects may apply to one college or involve two or more colleges in the district.)
Curriculum Grant Application: Access through the Intranet (use the Curriculum Grants Link). Complete instructions are on the application.
Curriculum Grant Deadlines: (no applications accepted summer quarter)
- Fall 2017: Due Monday, October 30, 2017
- Winter 2018: Due Monday, January 29, 2018
- Spring 2018: Due Monday, April 30, 2018
Deliverables Due Date: Curriculum deliverables/products are due on Week 6 one year after it was awarded. For example, if you applied for a grant Fall quarter in 2015, your curriculum must be completed by Week 6 of Fall quarter in 2016. If you submit your curriculum sooner than the deadline, the grant funds will be processed early (you don’t have to wait a year to receive the funds if you finish before then!).
Submitting your Deliverables: Deliverables should be uploaded to a canvas shell (name your course by the grant number, e.g. 16-CDG-99). Invite all Curriculum Development Committee members to the canvas shell. Committee member names can be found via the link at the top of this page. Alternately, you may email your report to the committee members.
Important Note: The application requires signatures from your Unit Administrator and from your VPI. The deadline for these signatures is Monday of Week 8 of the quarter. You are responsible for following through to make sure these deadlines are met. Log back in to your application page and scroll to the bottom of your application. Your application will have notations when your Unit Administrator and VPI have approved.
The following rubric may be useful in preparing your application. This is the rubric the awards committee uses in evaluating your application.
Below are two links to successful applications from the past. However, note that the Application questions were recently revised, and these applications are based on old, but similar questions (we have not collected any examples yet using the new questions).
View successful grant applications: