Funding for Students at Two-year Colleges

The At-Large Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research will offer registration
stipends to students from community colleges who will be attending and presenting at
the 34rd annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) hosted by
Montana State University, March 26-28, 2020. Click HERE for more information about
the travel grant and to access the application
(due January 24, 2020).

Additional funding for Students attending Montana two-year colleges is also available through a grant from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation. To be eligible for this funding you must submit your abstract through the NCUR 2020 abstract portal by 6 December 2019. If your abstract is accepted, you will receive instructions on how to register for the conference and complete your application for travel funding on 15 January 2020.


Funding for Native American, Alaska/Hawaiian Native Students

Native American students attending a tribal college in Montana will receive free
registration for NCUR 2020 and full travel funding. The award will pay all expenses
including rental vehicle, fuel, hotel, meals, and conference registration for a group of
students and a faculty mentor to travel to Bozeman for the conference. Students must
travel with the approved group from their college to be eligible for this funding.

Native American students who are not attending a Montana tribal college are
eligible for a $400 travel stipend and waiver of the registration fee (up to $200 value) to
help defray the costs of attending NCUR 2020. To receive this funding, you must submit
your abstract through the NCUR 2020 abstract portal by 6 December 2019.
indicate your tribal affiliation on the form.

Tribal College and Native American Travel and Registration Funding Form


This funding was made possible through generous grants form the National Science Foundation and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation.