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 align 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 European Union Center is a unit within Illinois International Programs at Illinois.
The European Union Center programs are funded in part by the European Union and US Department of Education Title VI grants.
The form can be found here. This is the form for University of Illinois faculty, students, units, RSO, and any other university-affiliated entities. Community organizations and others without a university login are invited to use our community organization co-sponsorship request form.