Students at the University of California, Davis can earn a $75 grant if they agree to stay in town for spring break.
According to a Facebook post from UC Davis, the Healthy Davis Together Spring Break Grants will be awarded to 500 applicants.
UC Davis spokesperson Melissa Blouin told FOX News that applications are being accepted through Wednesday, March 10, and that so far interest has been strong.
“The purpose of this $75 grant is to encourage UC Davis students not to travel during spring break and provide them with alternative activities to do during the week,” Blouin explained. “This is an opportunity for students to create a memorable experience for the people they live with or are connected to virtually.”