MTSU Sustainable Campus Fee Program
Funding is available for registered student organizations and university departments. The completed project funding request for all submissions requesting project funding from the MTSU Clean Energy Initiative Committee should be completed as applicable to the request and submitted to the Center for Energy Efficiency. Requests may be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 904-8093, or mailed to MTSU Box 57.
To review funding request guidelines, see Student Government Association, Clean Energy Fee Funding Guidelines.
Clean Energy Initiative Project Funding Requests
Forms to print and submit (.PDF) (.DOC) (Fill-able .PDF)
SCF Project Applications Fall 2022
SCF Project Applications Fall 2021
SCF Project Applications Fall 2020
SCF Applications for Fall 2019
SCF Applications for Spring 2019
SCF Applications for Fall 2018
SCF Applications for Spring 2018
- SCF Applications for Fall 2017
- SCF Applications for Spring 2017
- SCF Applications for Fall 2016
- SCF Applications for Spring 2016
- Applications for Spring 2011
- Applications for Fall 2011
- Applications for Spring 2012
- Applications for Fall 2012
- Applications for Spring 2013
- Applications for Fall 2013
- Applications for Spring 2014
- Applications for Fall 2014
- Applications for Spring 2015
- Applications for Fall 2015
Approved Projects Listing for MTSU SCF 2006 - current year
SCF Project Funding started in 2006!
Funded by a fee initiated by the student body, administered by the Division of Student Affairs, and supported by the Tennessee Board of Regents, the intent of the MTSU Sustainable Campus Fee Program is to decrease consumption on the campus of non-renewable energy.
A portion of the fee is designated for purchasing ‘green power’ to facilitate production of electricity from wind, solar power, and methane gas as a clean alternative to traditional energy sources.
The remainder of the funds generated by the fee provides support for campus projects that increase or improve energy efficiency on campus, such as retrofitting older systems, lowering consumption and decreasing energy expenses.
Projects approved support energy and environmental sustainability.