Center for Citizenship and Community

Financial Resources

Funds for Course Development

The Center for Citizenship and Community (CCC) can offer $500 in course development funds to faculty for new Indianapolis Community Requirement (ICR)/Service-Learning (SL) course proposals or for course proposals where a new ICR/SL component is added to an existing course. Faculty are eligible to receive course development funds once the course has been approved (As a SL, ICR, or a pilot ICR course) and the course has been scheduled to be taught. Faculty may apply for these stipends by submitting a copy of the relevant documents to Donald Braid at

ICR and Service-Learning Course Mini-Grants

The Center for Citizenship and Community has a limited number of small grants of up to $200 for the costs connected to the integration of a service-learning component into a new or existing course. Funds are available for courses that have been approved under Butler's ICR rubric. If your course has not yet been approved, you may submit the course approval form along with your Application for Course Funds. Please use this Application to request course funds.

Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) Scholarship of Engagement Grants.

The ICC offers $3,000 grants to support faculty in developing service-learning courses. The CCC is happy to consult with faculty in preparing ICC grants. There are two deadlines each year: one in the fall for Spring Semester and one in the spring for the following academic year. The $3000 grant total includes a $750 institutional cash match. The CCC can work with faculty to identify suitable match funds for proposals. The Request for Proposals for this grant is available at

Resources for Teaching

Community-Engagement Syllabus Supplement

ACP Addendum

ISBVI Addendum

IWC Addendum

KYC Addendum

MLK Youth Addendum

MLK Kinship Care Addendum

Nur-Allah Addendum


ICR/SL contract

ICR contract