For WT21, funding will be limited to 4th and 5th year students completing independent projects.  Applications will be evaluated based on student need and number of WT projects needed to graduate.

A student practices aikido
Students learn basic aikido techniques in Hales Gymnasium. Photo credit: Marissa Camino

Since funding is limited, students should create a detailed budget of their expenses to determine if funding is needed.  Additional funds are available through various offices and academic departments on campus.  Availability of these funds may be different for WT21.  Be sure to check with the coordinating office for the most up to date details.

Please note that all projects for WT21 will be completed remotely.  Oberlin College encourages students to design projects that can be completed entirely from their place of residence.

 

This budget template can help you determine the costs of participating in an individual winter-term project.  Download the Excel spreadsheet and enter your program costs and external funding.  The spreadsheet will autocalculate your total project costs.  

Individual project budget template 

Please note that all projects for WT21 will be completed remotely.  Oberlin College encourages students to design projects that can be completed entirely from their place of residence.

 

For WT21, all projects will be completed remotely.  This means that funding can only be used to cover project materials. This could include equipment or materials needed to complete the project, subscription fees to online resources, remote lesson or course fees, etc.

Funding cannot be used to cover transportation, housing, or meal costs.