Student Organization Support Program
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) Student Organization Support Program provides funding of $250 for up to three research-related registered student organizations (RSOs) who foster and support undergraduate research initiatives at UNLV.
Please be reminded that following instructions and submitting complete applications is part of your professional development. As such, please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.
Currently recognized RSOs whose mission is research-related and whose initiatives include facilitating undergraduate research at UNLV are welcome to apply.
Application Process & Deadline
Students are required to submit the following as part of the application package:
- RSO's Mission Statement
- RSO's 3 major areas of research activity
- RSO's 2 proposed research-related events
- Statement of funding purpose
- Membership list
- Budget of research-related, subsidized expenses (with justification)
UNLV faculty research mentors are required to submit a letter of support to email@example.com
The application for the OUR Student Organization Support Program is available throughout the academic year.
For your convenience, please access the sample application.
Submit your application
Awardees are expected to:
- Represent OUR in research-related events
- Participate in a minimum of two OUR events
- Invite OUR to a minimum of two events sponsored by the RSO
- Present receipts for research expenses
OUR Affiliated Organizations
Student Sustainability Council (SSC)
The UNLV Student Sustainability Council advances sustainable practices on campus through education, research, activities, activist efforts, workshops, and operations to make social, environmental, and economic sustainability integral to the UNLV culture.
Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Organization (NURO)
Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Organization (NURO) is an interdisciplinary organization that incorporates Biology, Psychology, Physiology, Sociology, and Medicine together toward the study of brain health.