Making General Assembly More Financially Accessible
Hey youth and young adults, don't register for GA until you read this!
There is no need to submit a lengthy application for a scholarship to cover registration cost for General Assembly 2023. All you have to do is fill out this Youth and Young Adult Scholarship Form (link to Wufoo form) so we have some demographic information about you (used to know which fund to draw from), and you'll get a discount code to apply when you register. You can get $100, $200 or $300 off the registration price. Deadline for this form is May 15th, but please apply ASAP as we disburse on a rolling basis.
Please use these scholarships! They are there for you if you need them. This is one way we are working to make General Assembly more financially accessible each year.
Scholarships are distributed by Lifespan Faith Engagement and provided by contributions from GA registrants, the Katie Tyson Fund for Youth and Young Adult Ministry and the Jerry And Denny Davidoff Fund For Lay Leadership.
After you've gotten your discount code bop on over to the GA Registration page to apply it!
Financial Aid for Housing
If you are using the UUA GA Housing Reservation System to book housing, you can apply for lodging credit by using the Financial Support Application (NOTE: This form won't go live until the GA Housing portal opens) for General Assembly 2023. That's good information for youth group trip organizers too!
Youth and young adults traveling to UUA events can request travel reimbursement by providing anticipated costs or travel receipts. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color youth and young adults can request up to $625, white youth and young adults can request up to $250. Please fill out this Travel Reimbursement for UUA Events form. (NOTE: this form will go live November 10th, 2022 through May 15th, 2023).