The well-being subsidy has been offered by the university to improve the well-being of students. This subsidy can be requested by member associations of SOFv. The money that will be provided, is ought to be spent on purposes related to well-being. Amongst other things, this includes the feeling of involvement with an association, the university and the city Nijmegen. The ultimate goal of the activities is that they should contribute to the prosperity of students and enable personal growth. These include (but are not limited to) formal skills trainings or an activity that enables students to get to know each other. The subsidy can be spent on many activities, as long as these activities are organised in support of students. The rules for applying for this subsidy have been tightened compared to 2021-2022. So take a good look at the criteria below to find out whether the intended activity qualifies for this subsidy.
The regulations for the well-being subsidy can be found here. You can find an example of a wellbeing subsidy request here. To apply for the well-being subsidy, please send an email fitting all criteria found in the regulations to email@example.com.
Update: In the academic year of 2022-2023, SLIM has set up a list of renewed criteria for application of the well-being subsidies. Please take a look at these before sending in a request to SOFv.