January 21, 2016

This post was for the 2015-2016 academic year and the deadline is not reflective of the current academic year. 

It’s that time of year! Freedom by Design project proposals are due February 1, 2016. The proposal should include:

  • Information about the client
  • Location of project
  • Project details
  • Fundraising plan
  • Proposed budget
  • Project timeline
  • Client release forms, Volunteer Waiver(s), and Team Waiver

Please email the proposal as a single PDF to freedom@aias.org.

To be eligible to submit a project proposal, your Freedom by Design program should have attended the Freedom by Design track at Grassroots in 2015 and submitted your application this past fall.

Thank you to all of our participating AIAS Freedom by Design programs for the 2015-2016 Academic Year!

We would like to thank the following schools for attending Grassroots 2015 and submitting their FBD Applications by the Deadline. Thank you for all of your hard work and we look forward to seeing your projects continue to come together!

Schools include: Auburn University, Ball State University, Cal Poly – SLO, Clemson University, Keene State College, Lawrence Tech University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New York Institute of Technology, North Carolina State University, North Dakota State University, Northeastern University, Penn State University, Philadelphia University, Portland State University, Roger Williams University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Southern Illinois University, Syracuse University, Texas A&M University, University of Arizona, University of Hartford, University of Houston, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Kansas, University of North Carolina Charlotte, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Virginia, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Virginia Tech, Washington State University

Interested in starting a Freedom by Design program at your chapter? Attend Grassroots this year. Learn more about the Freedom by Design process for more information and to get started.