Unity in Diversity Fund Proposal Form
About the Unity in Diversity Fund
The Unity in Diversity Fund, originally named the Arrupe-King Fund, was established in honor of Rev. Pedro Arrupe, S.J., and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Unity in Diversity Fund is intended to support events, programs, and initiatives which specifically address social justice, diversity, and multicultural topics for all segments of the Loyola University community (students, faculty, and staff).
- Any Loyola University Chicago event that addresses social justice issues or diversity topics is eligible for funding. (Primary audience should include Loyola undergraduate students!)
- Any Loyola University Chicago department, faculty member, or student group may submit a proposal for funding for an event.
- All events seeking funding from the Unity in Diversity Fund must adhere to the Unity in Diversity Fund Criteria & Guidelines in order to be considered for funding.
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