Apply for OUR Travel Grant
Please review the requirements and restrictions prior to applying for a OUR travel grant, which can be found HERE
STEP ONE: Students must complete and submit online the OUR Travel Grant Application form below. (Please note that this process has changed as of 1/19/17)
- You will need a copy of your acceptance from the conference to attach to the form below.
- You will need to completed a AP104-Non-Employee-Travel-Authorization. (enable macros when downloading form) and attach to the form below.
- Please use your student ID as the “Vendor Number”
- Contact Information should be someone to contact in case of emergency and not yourself
- Make sure you list in dollar amounts estimated travel expenses
- Electronically sign the form where indicated
- The Office of Undergraduate Research will sign under the Department Head signature line.
- International students please see note at bottom of page before submitting AP104 Form.
STEP TWO: Have your mentor with whom you worked with on the research, send recommendation letter explaining the nature of the meeting and why it is appropriate for you to attend this meeting. It can be an informal and simple email or letter on letterhead which ever the mentor prefers; we do not have a template for this letter. It is acceptable to have the letter come from non-NC State faculty if you conducted research at a different institution. Send to Heather King at firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information about OUR travel grants, contact Heather King at email@example.com
ATTN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: In order to prevent a delay in processing your award, please make sure you read the following and follow the directions on the AP104 Form as shown below!
AP104 Form: See line 12 and when you mark ‘yes” Line 13 reads:
|Traveler must contact the Controller’s Office Tax Specialist, Dwaine Cook, at firstname.lastname@example.org and discuss the travel plans. Please attach the communication received back from the Specialist indicating whether the University can pay travel expenses for the traveler and whether travel payments (prepayments / reimbursements) are taxable to the traveler.|