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Undergraduate TRAC - Travel, Research and Creativity - Grant Program

The opportunity for undergraduate students to conduct research and creative projects is a unique and rewarding experience for everyone involved.  Geneseo currently has a strong tradition of providing such opportunities for undergraduates. The TRAC Grant funds are designed to aid undergraduates in the purchasing of supplies, equipment, and other expenses they might incur in their research or creative project.  The TRAC Grant. Program will continue to further this tradition by providing worthy projects with funding.

 For 2020-21

  • TRAVEL: Undergraduate TRAC Grants may support registration costs for virtual conference presentations only
  1. All field research trips must be within governor-designated Finger Lakes Region (Monroe, Wayne, Seneca, Ontario, Yates, Livingston, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans counties)
  2. No overnight research trips
  3. Students may use their own personal vehicles, but may not share rides due to social distancing requirements.

TRAC Grants are supported by the Geneseo Student Association and the Geneseo Foundation.

Attendance at a TRAC workshop presented by the Office of Sponsored Research is REQUIRED once each academic year, beginning in August, in order to be eligible for funding. For group applications only one representative from the group needs to attend.

Workshop Schedule: will be via zoom. To register for a workshop or, if you are unable to attend and request a make-up, complete the Workshop Sign-up Form.

  • October 20, 4:30 pm
  • October 23, 3:30 pm
  • Additional workshops will be scheduled closer to the additional deadlines.

Guidelines for TRAC Grant Applications

Apply for TRAC Grant

Deadlines: Online submissions are due at 8:00 am on the following dates:

  • September 7
  • November 2
  • February 15
  • April 19 for late Spring 2021 (funds used before June 1) and Summer 2021 (Please note that funds cannot be used until after July 1, 2020)

Questions? Contact Patty Hamilton-Rodgers at or 585-245-5804