Funding Opportunities

Bringing Theory to Practice requests proposals in the following two categories for its 2015-2017 funding cycle:

Category I: Well-Being Seminar Grants

Well-Being Seminar Grants up to $1,000 to provide support for campus-wide planning discussions (seminars) that give focused attention to a particular dimension of the well-being of those involved (students, faculty, or other leaders) in creating and maintaining an engaged culture for learning. Seminars should deepen participants’ understanding of the institution’s commitment to whole-person development and the learning-related policies and practices, both inside and outside the curriculum, that support such endeavors.
First deadline for Category I grant proposals: September 15, 2015

Category II: Well-Being Research Project Grants

Well-Being Research Project Grants up to $10,000, plus institutional matching, to implement and assess a campus-based two-year research project that gives focused attention to the well-being of students, particularly those traditionally underserved by higher education. Projects should, through the gathering of evidence, provide justification for best practices for deepening and sustaining the institution’s commitment to whole-person development.
ONLY deadline for Category II grant proposals: August 1, 2015

For more information on how to submit a grant proposal:

Bringing Theory to Practice's full 2015-2017 Request For Proposals




Dr. Ashley Finley, BTtoP National Evaluator, led a webinar on April 29, 2015 on the 2015-2017 Request for Proposals and logic models (required for the Category II Well-Being Research Project Grants.)
View the webinar below, or on our YouTube channel.
The webinar powerpoint slides are available here.

Supporting Materials

Applicants should reflect a familiarity with and understanding of BTtoP’s mission and priorities. Thus, applicants are strongly encouraged to review the RFP supporting materials when creating their proposals.

Further questions may be directed to BTtoP representatives can assist in answering questions not covered in these resources but cannot offer any specific recommendations regarding proposals before they are submitted.