The LCCC Foundation Campus Grants Program
The LCCC Foundation Campus Grants Program serves staff, faculty and students by funding select projects that complement and advance LCCC’s Vision 2020 priorities and initiatives. Since the program’s inception in 1997, over 220 awards have been made in amounts ranging from $500 to $10,000. To-date, over $1,000,000 in funding has been awarded to develop new and grow existing programs which meet the needs of our campus community through the Campus Grants Program!
The LCCC Foundation is pleased to have received 19 applications for the 2018-2019 Campus Grants Program!
Completed applications were submitted and accepted in the LCCCF Foundation Office (CC220) before the deadline of Tuesday, April 10th.
For questions or more information contact Lisa DeVito, Development Officer, at 440.366.7743.
Tuesday, March 21, 2018 - COMPLETED
Campus Grants 101 (session 1)
Thursday, March 22, 2018 - COMPLETED
Campus Grants 101 (session 2)
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 by 4:00 pm - COMPLETED
Campus Grants applications due
April/May - IN PROCESS
Campus Grants Committee meets to review grant applications and determine recommendations for funding to the Foundation Board of Directors, who then approve recommended grant applications
Applicants of approved grants are given official notification of funding
July 1, 2018
Grant Period Begins
January 15, 2019
Mid-term Reports Due – an email will be sent to you requesting an explanation of your progress up to this point and whether you see any changes from your original budget and proposal. (Email responses are acceptable). Campus Grants Committee members are forwarded Mid-term Reports.
June 30, 2019
Grant Period Concludes – all funds must be spent or encumbered by this date. Note: no extensions into next fiscal year will be given.
July 15, 2019
Final Reports Due
Previous LCCC Foundation Campus Grants Program projects include:
- Creating a mobile application development course that prepares students to dominate this rapidly growing career field.
- Giving retrained workers in an alternative energy certificate program hands-on experience building a functioning wind turbine and solar panels to power a digital billboard for a community radio station.
- Bringing professional, nationally recognized writers to the LCCC campus to participate in creative writing classes and literature courses, giving LCCC students the opportunity to further develop skills and explore career opportunities with published writers.
Click below to submit your FINAL REPORT for FY2017-18
Campus Grants Awardee Jeffrey Mumford, Signature Series musical performances
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