In 2019, the CSU Chancellor's Office offered various mini-grant opportunities to CSU faculty, staff and students in support of Basic Needs and Student Well-Being. Read below to learn about the various projects.
These student-led research projects focus on student well-being and its intersection with student success. See the list with abstracts.
In an effort to assess the impact of basic needs programs and services, these small-scale research projects will evaluate the process and/or implementation of these programs.
See the list with abstracts.
These projects receive a stipend to help with the enhancement of a current campus community garden, and/or the development of a campus community garden, with the goal of providing additional nutritional resources and gardening education to food-insecure students.