Student Legacy Grant

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Terms & Condtions

QUSA will allocate $2000 per year towards the Student Legacy Grant program, however, a single SLG will not exceed $300. In addition, no individual student may receive more than $300 in a single academic year, this includes the money a student receives through both individual and group application. The project must be approved by the University’s executive board before submission and the student is responsible for contacting all the required stakeholders and gain their approval. All students are eligible to receive an SLG with the exception of serving QUSA ministers who will be excluded from the program for the purpose of preventing conflict of interest. SLG funds are to be used exclusively for the approved initiative and any leftover materials are to be returned to QUSA.


Before starting your application, it is strongly recommended that you get in touch with the most relevant QUSA minister to have a conversation about the legacy opportunity that you are interested in and how you think it would fill a gap at Quest. Fill out and submit the grant application 4 weeks in advance of when the legacy opportunity occurs and you will be notified if your application has been approved or rejected at least 2 weeks before the legacy opportunity. If your grant application is accepted, you will receive a form that will instruct you regarding the procedure for reimbursement and written evaluation. If your grant application is rejected,
you will be notified. Please, direct questions to To submit an application, go to

1. Find Your Purpose

Does Quest need a facility or feature that isn’t yet available? Do you have the skills and knowledge to make it happen? The SLG can help you make your project a reality!

2. Prepare Statements

You’ll need to make two 500-word statements.

  1. Describe the initiative or project and its significance in relation to your other extracurriculars and academic interests, as well as its significance as a legacy initiative or project that will benefit the student body over the coming years.
  2. Describe how you plan to share the initiative or project with the greater local or global community in the future. Please state briefly whether you have talked to the relevant QUSA  minister for the project. Explain any specific programming you have in mind that your initiative could allow for, your plans to provide it, and your plans to sustain the initiative as a legacy project in the future.

3. Financial Support & Accomodation

Make a list of all the funding you already have access to (personal funds), all funding which has been promised (scholarships, grants, etc.), and all potential sources of funding you are still exploring.

4. Applying for the SLG

With all your information, fill out the application at> service > SLG. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Application is at the bottom of this page.

5. Wait

The SIG committee will review your application. All applicants will be notified of their status within 2 weeks of submission. Application will be evaluated on the following criteria: 

  1. Demonstrated forethought and planning
  2. Feasibility of experience and deliverables
  3. Relevance to the student body
  4.  Demonstrated commitment to proposed project, course, or experience
  5. Demonstrated commitment to proposed initiative or project

6. Develop & Deliver

Successful applications will be assigned a QUSA minister as a point person, who will personally work with the recipient to solidify a set of deliverables and timeline for completion. QUSA will then draft a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will need to be signed before funding can be released. After the contract has been signed and funding released the appointed minister will remain available to answer questions that may arise and attempt to aid the recipient in following through on the agreed up deliverables.