Single Sign-On Grant

Single Sign-On
Grant Overview

The Campus Consortium is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of Single Sign-On Grants. Single sign-on provides a streamlined login process, end users enter their credentials once to access their institution's approved applications. The Campus Consortium Single Sign-On Grant covers 100% of the licensing costs associated with implementing a single sign-on solution, usually costing $60,000.

Benefits of Single Sign-On

Single sign-on not only improves security and reduces IT help desk traffic, it is a tool that end users have come to expect. Every education institution has a number of related applications that all required a password for security reasons: library archives, student accounts, on-campus job boards, learning management systems, student email, etc. If an institution doesn't provide single sign-on, end users are stuck either creating the same password for every application which creates a huge security risk, or they are stuck trying to remember their 10 different passwords and logins which floods your IT help desk with requests for access and password updates. By implementing single sign-on human error is removed, end user satisfaction is increased, and security is tightened.

Single sign-on can be set up for any application required by your institution. For example, single sign-on will easily operate with your portal solution:

  • LookingGlass Platform
  • Liferay ®
  • Sharepoint®
  • Jenzabar® JICS

There are also thousands of pre-build adaptors to single sign-on for applications such as:

  • Microsoft® Office 365®
  • Google® Apps
  • Moodle®
  • Oracle® Peoplesoft®
  • Salesforce®
  • Shibboleth®

How to Apply

Deadline - June 28th, 2017
Download Campus Consortium's Single Sign On Grant application form. Fill out the required information, and mail in a hard copy or submit through email:

Subject Line: Application Submission - Single Sign-On Grant

ATTN: Campus Consortium Grant Committee
125 South Clark Street, 17th Floor,
Chicago, IL 60603, USA

Our Campus Consortium Grant Committee will review all applications submitted by the designated deadline. Should your institution be selected to receive the Single Sign-On Grant, the point of contact listed on the form will be notified. Next steps will include scheduling the consulting sessions at the convenience of our consultants.

Should you have any questions regarding this grant, or the application process, reach out to Katherine Haubrich at

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