Arts Council for CSUN
The 2017 Matadors Community Credit Union Award for Student Projects


March 21, 2017

Note from the Committee:

Don't let your application get disqualified!

-> Fill out your application completely!
-> Do not exceed the number of characters in the text fields
-> Get a faculty member to recommend you!
-> Have your Department Chair verify your enrollment!

How did you hear about the Award? *
(Not to exceed 120 characters. You can use Word to count the characters for you, then just paste in your text.)
How will you implement this project? (Not to exceed 750 characters)
What is your desired outcome? What will you achieve or who will benefit? (Not to exceed 750 characters)
In bullet points, list your expected expenses, not to exceed $1,000. For example: • Equipment - $375 • Studio rental - $500 • Photo reproduction - $125
How the project will help you achieve your long-or short-term goals. How the project will benefit CSUN, The College of Arts, Media, andCommunication, your department, the community, and/or your target population. (Not to exceed 750 characters)
Major *
You must be a full-time student in one of the following three Departments. Please select your Department.
Name *
Cell Phone *
Cell Phone
Address *
Statement of Originality *
DISCLAIMER The Matadors Community Credit Union Award is given solely at the discretion of the Executive Board of the The Arts Council for CSUN. Award participants and winners must be enrolled full-time at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) in any of the following Mike Curb College of Arts Media & Communication departments: Art, CTVA, Music or Theater. The Award recipient shall defend, indemnify and hold The Arts Council for CSUN, CSUN, and Matadors Community Credit Union, including their officers, officials, employees and volunteers, harmless from any and all claims, injuries, damages, losses or suits including attorney fees, arising out of or in connection with the Award. Any taxes that may be due are the sole liability of the Award recipient. All work submitted must be the student’s original work. If the project submitted is not the student’s original work, it will be automatically disqualified and any monies given will be immediately returned by the recipient to The Arts Council for CSUN. By submitting your project, you are agreeing to accept the terms of the Award guidelines.