To be considered for event funding from the EUC, interested parties must submit an event funding form. In submitting a form, the party will work together with the EUC to create a successful event.
To request funding, the event must allign with the EUC Mission:
- To promote scholarly research on the EU and transatlantic relations by serving as a national resource center;
- To strengthen the undergraduate, graduate, and professional curricula on the EU across all colleges at the University of Illinois;
- To educate and train a new generation of experts on EU policies and EU-US relations; and
- To deepen the understanding between the peoples of the US and the EU through an extensive outreach program to K-12 educators and students, businesses, government leaders, the media, and the general public.
The three deadlines are:
- April 1st (notification April 15th)
- September 1st (notification September 15th)
- December 15th (notification January 1st)
The European Union Center is a unit within Illinois International Programs at Illinois.
The European Union Center programs are funded in part by the US Department of Education Title VI grants.