Please see the Guidelines & Instructions for Submission before completing this online form.

Deadline for submission is  Oct. 18th, 2017 at 5 PM.

This form includes fields for data entry and file upload. Familiarize yourself with the form before starting to enter data and review it prior to submission. Be prepared in advance to upload files for those sections that require it. Data on this form cannot be saved. The name of the principal applicant should be included with all attached files/documents. Questions regarding this application should be sent to

Note: Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Proposed Project

Number of individuals involved in this proposed project, including the Principal Applicant

The primary goal of this proposed project is service.
This proposed project includes an internship or apprenticeship component.
This proposed project includes international travel.

Principal Applicant Contact Information

Phone Number
Position in OWU community

Additional Required Information

(if Principal Applicant a student)

Current academic year status

Please provide the contact information for two individuals who will provide a reference if contacted. (Note: Applicants do not need to provide a letter of reference at the time of application.)

Reference #1 Name
Reference #1 Phone Number
Reference #1 for students: The above person
Reference #2 Name
Reference #2 Phone Number
Reference #2 for students: The above person


(those who will also participate in proposed project, if any)

If there are any co-applicants for this proposed project, please ensure that they fill out the Theory-to-Practice Grant Co-Applicant form.

Proposed Project

Attach your Theory-to-Practice Grant Proposal. This proposal must include:

Part 1 – Project Objectives (not to exceed 125 words): Describe the main objectives and/or outcomes for the proposed project.

Part 2 – Description (not to exceed 500 words): Provide a complete description of the project including all planned activities and itineraries or timelines. Describe how the proposed project furthers the aims of the University and the Theory-to-Practice Grant Program. Make sure to articulate the theory that you plan to address in the project. Please see the Guidelines & Instruction for Submission for further direction.

Part 3 – Evaluation, Assessment and Sharing (not to exceed 125 words): Describe how, if funded, the project will be evaluated after its completion to assess how the three main objectives and/or outcomes have been met. Additionally, explain how you will share your findings with others.

Part 4 – Personal Statement (not to exceed 500 words): Address the following questions:

Why is the proposed project important to you? In other words, what motivates you to undertake the project?

How are you prepared to complete the project? This preparation and experience may include completed or in-progress coursework, research, co-curricular activities, creative endeavors, practical experiences, or other academic or scholarly work.

Note: A personal statement is required of all applicants. Co-applicants should use the Theory-to-Practice Grant Co-Applicant form to submit their personal statement.

Attach a carefully researched and detailed, itemized budget that includes all expenditures that will be needed to complete the proposed project.

Waiver for Students

Under the Education Rights and Privacy Act (1974) Sec. 438, I hereby voluntarily waive my right of access to confidential recommendations solicited for this application.

I acknowledge

Approval of the Use of Student Information

(for students only)

I approve the use of all information in this submitted proposal by the Academic Affairs office, by International and Off-Campus Programs, by the appointed faculty review committee, and by other University administrators. I also acknowledge that my student records, including my conduct record, will be reviewed as part of the proposal evaluation process.

I acknowledge