What types of programs are eligible?

Curricular cohesion is an important value of this grant. While all programs with a significant online or hybrid component are eligible, the scoring rubric favors applications which discuss its proposed offerings in holistic sense.

The following types of programs are eligible:

  • New online/hybrid majors, minors, or other programs.
  • Existing online/hybrid majors, minors, or programs that wish to update and harmonize their offerings.
  • Courses tied together by a common thread, which fulfill the same curricular function. Examples of common threads include: writing-intensive courses, quantitative literacy courses, first-year experience courses, practicums, etc.
  • Programs with both face-to-face and online/hybrid components which seek to have an equivalent experience in all environments. Ideally, programs would seek to integrate students as much as possible in courses and in student organizations (a majors' club, for example).
Please reach out to the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (catl@uwgb.edu) with questions you may have about eligibility.

What if our proposal wins?

  • The winning grantee(s) will submit a final report to summarize the work on the grant.
  • Members of the winning grant will serve on the selection committee for the subsequent year's application cycle.
  • For more information see the FAQ page.