The purpose of Eagle’s Nest funding is to assist registered student organizations with their programming; which can be defined as events, services, or projects.
The Student Government Association exists to serve the students, and by that fact, we exist to serve the organizations of the University of North Texas. Organizations help collect like-minded individuals for a common cause, which inherently improve life and study at UNT. Our purpose is to help fund any efforts made by student organizations in regards to event programming in order to help boost a healthy campus culture and promote involvement in different student organizations.
The Spring 2020 application will open January 6, 2020.
In order to receive any funding, ALL of the following steps must be completed by a student organization:
Attending a resource meeting after you have applied will result in a denied application.
Review the Eagle's Nest Guidelines for requirements and restrictions on funding, applying, and the guidelines for your presentations.
Additionally, you can check out our Eagle's Nest Funding Policy for more detailed information.
If you have any questions please contact the SGA Office:
Resource meetings for the Spring semester will be every Wednesday at 1pm. The tentative location is the SGA office (Union 344), but official room numbers for the resource meetings will be released ASAP. Stay up to date with all things Raupe Travel Grant and SGA by following us on Twitter @UNTSGA.
If you are unable to attend any of the given resource meetings above, you may also watch the online presentation to fulfill the resource meeting requirement.