LEG

Learning Environments Grants provide up to $25,000 per project

We seek proposals to change physical spaces in ways that will enhance learning and build community among students, faculty, and staff in your school, department, or unit. If you have an idea for a proposal, contact the CTL and we’d be happy to talk with you about how to turn it into a proposal!

2021 LEG Request for Proposals

The first milestone for proposal submission is to submit a Request for Service to Capital Projects by August 1. The LEG proposal must be submitted by October 1. Download the 2021 LEG Request for Proposals (RFP) to see submission requirements and proposal-writing guidelines.

Download the 2021 LEG RFP

What is the LEG Program?

The purpose of the LEG program is to fund the creation of innovative, inclusive, and engaging informal and formal learning environments.

The Learning Environments Grant defines formal learning environments as classrooms and course-related laboratories, and defines informal learning environments as corridors, study areas, and social spaces. Changes to physical spaces can enhance learning and build community among students, faculty, and staff in your school, department, or unit.

History of the Learning Environments Grant

The Learning Environments Grant was first offered in 2003. See recent past awardees and projects below.

View Past Awardees