School Scholarship Help
This page is to help Faculty Advisors and administrative staff who will be helping students receive scholarship for InterVarsity’s Meta Student Conference. Thank you for your help. For now we have posted help for checks that need to be written for student scholarships. We will post more information that you may need as we receive requests. Please use the information below and feel free to contact our registrar with any concerns.
Checks for Scholarships
Checks sent to the registrar should ONLY BE FOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS, NOT FOR REGISTRATION. Checks for registration will not be accepted. All checks should be made payable to InterVarsity/USA with Meta Conference in the memo line. Scholarship checks should be mailed to our registrar with the full name of each student being covered by the check; email the conference registrar to request an address for mailing a check ahead of time. For more information and help with any registration related issues, please contact the conference registrar.
We understand that many proposals will be made in order for students to get money from their schools. Here is some information that may make your job a little easier as you turn in your requests to SGA.
- What the $100 covers: The $100 covers hotel costs, conference fees, breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning, and lunch on Saturday. Any other costs must be covered by the participants.
- Rooming: Be assured that all rooming options are NOT coed. Students are only allowed to be in rooms with students of the same gender. Four students of the same gender will be assigned to a room.
- What to Bring: Students need to bring a Bible, a notepad, pen or pencil, and money for meals not included in the conference cost. It’s also a good idea to bring some extra money or a check book to buy books from the book table, give towards the IFES offering, and maybe by a conference t-shirt.
- Benefit to Students: InterVarsity’s Meta Student Conference will give students faith-based training and development that will enlighten and enrich their spiritual and cultural development while growing their leadership skills. Meta18 will also expose students to successful college graduates and undergraduates. In this atmosphere, students are empowered and inspired to utilize leadership skills and practically apply their faith on campus in a way that promotes growth, student unity and a need for continued education in both spiritual and academic matters.