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$100,000 available to fund student organizations

PULLMAN, Wash. – Registered student organizations can apply for funding until May through various grants that total up to $100,000.

Grant applications can be found at http://getinvolved.wsu.edu/student-organization-center/funding/.

The senate of the Associated Students of Washington State University provides RSOs with funding for events and organizational needs.

The senate’s Crimson One-Time Grant supports RSOs not funded by student Services and Activities. The Student Advertising Fund offers free ads through the Daily Evergreen.

 

 

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