2019 MIACADA Mini-grants will be open May 15th -June 28th.

The Michigan Academic Advising Association (MIACADA) is accepting applications for mini-grants to support the purchase of advising related professional development resources. We have increased our total grant amount this year to $750. Examples of previously funded professional development resources include: Books, web recordings, newspaper subscriptions, NACADA pocket guides, and webinars.

1. Grants must be submitted no later than 5pm on June 28, 2019.

2. The maximum grant request will not exceed $100 per grant proposal.

3. Priority will be given to those seeking grants to purchase NACADA materials from the NACADA Bookstore: http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Resources/Store.aspx?category=1

4. Grants will be given in the form of a reimbursement from a receipt of purchase. Once a grant is approved, the applicant will purchase the material, and submit a receipt to the MIACADA treasurer for reimbursement. Please include shipping and tax (where applicable) as part of your grant request.

5. Grant applications are reviewed and voted on by the MIACADA Board at the annual July 2019 board meeting. Recipients will be notified no later than July 31, 2019.

6. Materials purchased are considered the property of the grant recipient. They do not need to be returned.

7. MIACADA reserves the right to only allow one grant per member.

8. Priority will be given to MIACADA members.

9. Grant Recipients will be listed by name and title below:

To apply for a MIACADA Professional Development Mini-Grant, visit the following website:
2019 MIACADA Mini-Grants Application

2018 Mini Grants Awards

Name Institution
Julie Catanzarite University of Michigan
Melissa Krzyzaniak Siena Heights University
Gary Mason Spring Arbor University
Shannon Hogg Madonna University

2017 Mini Grants Awards

Name Institution
Mark Robbins University of Michigan
Saroya Cicero University of Michigan
Corey Sampsel University of Michigan
Shantalea Johns Wayne State University
Robert Detwiler Siena Heights University
Erin Busscher Grand Rapids Community College
Lauren Creed Oakland University