Student Mini-Grants are available to undergraduate student groups and individuals to support
arts and cultural projects such as exhibitions, performances, concerts, guest-artist visits,
site-specific art, workshops, films, festivals and publications.
The Course Connections funding program, available for any undergraduate course,
supports faculty who seek to connect students with the arts to stimulate and
deepen their learning experiences at the University. Course Connections also
funds transportation costs for these programs.
Arts at Michigan provides many opportunities for funding student groups, arts initiatives and
faculty projects. If you've been funded by us, please feel free to utilize our logo on your
marketing and distribution material.
Feedback is the most important way we learn about the progress of programs we funded.
There are two feedback forms: an applicant feedback form for the student who applied for
funding, and a participant feedback form for those who were involved in the funded activity,
as collaborators, participants, performers, or cast and crew.
Applicant Feedback Form
Participant Feedback Form
Feedback is the most important way we learn about the progress of programs we funded. There are two
feedback forms: a faculty feedback form for those who applied for funding, and a student feedback
form for those who participated in the funded activity, as audience members, visitors and participants.
Faculty Feedback Form
Student Feedback Form