Applying for NYS/UUP Joint Labor-Management Committees' Funds

Prior to completing an application:

For All Programs EXCEPT the Individual Development Awards Program

Application Process

To be considered for funding, a completed application:

Application Review

A joint committee comprised of representatives from the State and United University Professions reviews each application. A determination for awarding NYS/UUPJLMC funds is made at the discretion of the joint committee and is based on a competitive process that includes the availability of funds. In general, applicants can anticipate a decision within 45-60 days of the application deadline or receipt of the application if there is no specified deadline. An incomplete application will not be considered. The joint committee’s decision is final and there is no appeal process.

Applicant Notification

Once a decision is made by the joint committee, a notification letter is sent by the NYS/UUP JLMC staff to the applicant, the campus president, UUP chapter president, campus fiscal officer, director of human resources and others, as appropriate.

Changes to the Project or Activity Following Notification of Award

If changes are made to any component of the project or activity except for the Individual Development Awards Program, including the budget and dates, following notification of its approval, the changes must be submitted in writing to the’ NYS/UUP Joint Labor-Management Committees’ staff. All changes to the project or activity are subject to approval by the designated joint committee prior to implementation.

Program Evaluation

A Program Evaluation must be submitted to the NYS/UUP JLMC office within 30 days of the completion of the project or activity except for the Individual Development Awards Program. Submission of a Program Evaluation for IDAA determination to require a Program Evaluation for the Individual Development Awards Program is made by each campus professional development committee.

For Individual Development Awards Program Applications

The Individual Development Awards Program is administered at each campus by a campus professional development committee which is responsible for:

Application Process

To be considered for funding, a completed application:

Changes to the Project or Activity Following Notification of Award

If changes are made to any component of the project or activity, including the budget and dates, following notification of its approval, the changes must be submitted in writing to the campus professional development committee. All changes to the project or activity are subject to approval by the campus professional development committee prior to implementation.

Program Evaluation

A Program Evaluation, if required by the campus professional development committee, should be sent to the campus professional development committee.