The Campus Consortium offers Grant Programs towards a variety of products and services. These Higher Education Grants were created to give Institutions with a smaller IT Budget a chance to implement new technology services and reap the benefits.
- Education institutions may apply for multiple grants at once and may also receive multiple grants
- The Campus Consortium Grant Committee will review all applications and choose awardees based on a variety of factors
- You will receive notification if you have received a grant within roughly one week of submitting for review
- If you are declined for an award, you will receive notice within roughly one week of submitting for review
- You are free to continue to apply for grants whether you have received a grant or been declined
- If you have missed a deadline for a grant, contact us to state your interest, as there may still be an available grant
Read about our available grants below. Contact us with any questions regarding this program, or individual grants.
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Apply for the Enterprise Portal Grant if your institution is interested in implementing a portal solution tool for use by students, faculty, and staff.
Mobile Apps Grant recipients will be able to provide their end users cutting edge apps, such as view grades, campus calendar, bus locator, athletics, paystub, and more.
WCMS allows you to publish your institution's web pages, hassle-free, through work flow management, along with customizing and creating content for your end users.
Single sign-on provides a streamlined login process, end users enter their credentials once to access their institution's approved applications.
Campus Consortium is proud to offer the IT Audit Grant to accredited educational institutions worldwide. This Grant covers 100% of the cost for 8 hour long consulting sessions with a Senior IT Consultant, worth $2,500.
IT Help Desk
The purpose of this Grant is to financially assist educational institutions looking to implement an IT Help Desk solution, an essential part of any successful institution's IT infrastructure.