Full Time Summer Research Opportunities
There are numerous opportunities for undergraduate students to be involved in full-time, paid research and creative scholarship over the summer at Cal Lutheran.
Grants of up to $250 to assist undergraduate students in carrying out their novel research and creative activities during the academic year.
Details about the Small Supplies Grants
Partial support for undergraduate students to present at professional conferences/meetings.
Details about the Undergraduate Professional Presentation Travel (UPPT) Grants
Undergraduates who are attending (but not presenting) at a conference can apply for funding through Student Life. Student Life Conference Funding.
Undergraduate students who have declared a major or minor in the Religion Department can apply for a Foster Family Foundation grant of up to $500 to support research activities.
The Culver Mentor and Research Fellows program is an endowed program that supports undergraduate research and creative scholarship in the disciplines of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Division. Specifically, these grants support projects in Communication, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology. The application should be written and sent by the faculty on the project. Each faculty who is selected invites 2-5 outstanding students to work with them as Culver Research Fellows.