Beyond Tolerance

APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW!

CONTACT

CSI Grants Student Manager  
csigrants@ucdavis.edu
442 Memorial Union
530-754-8738

Mitchell Salvador
CSI Reservations & Grants Specialist 

mlssalvador@ucdavis.edu
442 Memorial Union
530-752-9579

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WHAT IS BEYOND TOLERANCE

The Beyond Tolerance Program provides monetary support up to $200 a year to Registered Student Organizations for programs and events that meet the objectives of the Beyond Tolerance Program and the Campus Hate Free Initiative.

In the spirit of the Principles of Community, Beyond Tolerance encourages everyone to appreciate and celebrate the diversity on campus. The Beyond Tolerance Program is sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) in partnership with the Office of Campus Community Relations as a part of the Hate-Free Campus Initiative. The program offers financial support to Registered Student Organization programs that confront and stop acts of hate, foster a greater awareness of and appreciation for diversity, promote civility and respect in our human interactions, and build a more inclusive campus community.

  • Applications must be complete and submitted at least 30 days prior to the event to be considered. Submission does not guarantee funding.
  • Grant applications must be submitted 30 days prior to the event. The applications open day 1 of Week 1 for Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarter and are reviewed in weeks 2 – 7 of those quarters. Events during weeks 1 through 4 must be submitted during the application cycle of the previous quarter. Please review our Application Cycles for each quarter before applying.
THE HATE-FREE CAMPUS INITIATIVE
  • The Hate-Free Campus Initiative was developed in 2010 by the Campus Council on Community and Diversity (CCC&D) as a part of their Campus Action Plan.
  • The Initiative seeks to proactively engage the entire campus community in educational programs, training, and activities designed to confront and stop acts of hate, foster a greater awareness and appreciation for diversity, promote civility and respect in our human interactions, and build a more inclusive campus community.