Campus Grants Program

  Campus Grants Application

Campus Grants Applications are due Monday, March 16, 2014.

Grants Guidelines and Application

Be sure to review carefully the instructions before starting your application and final report.

Click here for Guidelines, Instructions and Application.

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LCCC Foundation Campus Grants Program

Fiscal Year 2015-2016


The LCCC Foundation Campus Grants Program provides funds for unique projects that enhance teaching and learning or provide program enhancements or special services.  Campus Grants are designed to provide funding for projects or equipment that would not otherwise be funded through the College’s budgeting process.

The LCCC Foundation Board of Directors makes the final decisions as to which projects will be funded.  The Grants Committee of the LCCC Foundation Board carefully reviews each application and makes recommendations for funding to the Board.  The Foundation Board strives to fund a variety of projects that impact as many students/constituents as possible, in support of the College’s Vision 2.0 strategic plan and the four cornerstones of the College’s vision and mission statements:  EDUCATION, ECONOMIC, CULTURAL and COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.

Four Cornerstones of LCCC's Mission and Vision 

Growing jobs, building workforce, nurturing entrepreneurship

  • Example:  entrepreneurship education 

Creating affordable access, enhancing quality, designing pathways

  • Example:  supporting scholarships, supporting UP, supporting adult education

Inspiring diversity, enhancing opportunity, showcasing talent

  • Example:  Stocker Center, Arts & Humanities programs, expanding liberal arts programs

Bridging gaps, establishing partnerships, promoting collaboration

  • Example:  K-12 Partnerships, new learning technology resource center (library)

The 2014–2015 Campus Grant application should be completed and submitted (both in SharePoint and hard copy with proper signatures) to the LCCC Foundation no later than Monday, March 16, 2014. Any questions regarding the application form or process can be directed to Michael Morgenstern in the Foundation Office at or extension 4039.


December 2014

Application forms are available.
March 16, 2015 Deadline for grant applications to be submitted to Foundation Office. NOTE: hardcopy completed applications must include all required signatures in order to be considered for funding.
April 2015 Operations Council reviews grant applications and provides feedback.
May 2015 Grants Committee meets to review grant applications and determine recommendations for funding to Foundation Board of Directors.
May 2015 Foundation Board of Directors approves the recommended grant applications.  Applicants of approved grants are given official notification of funding.
July 1, 2015 Grant period begins.
June 30, 2016 Grant period concludes.  All funds must be spent or encumbered by this date.  NOTE:  No extensions into the next fiscal year will be given.
July 15, 2016 Electronic final reports are due to the Foundation Office.



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