The JCCI team has a strong history of success in securing funding through Department of Education grant programs, including Title III, Title V, and TRIO funding. We can help you navigate the complexities of applying for these grants. In fact, our expertise in Department of Education grant programs has helped us secure over $100 million in Title III and Title V funding for our clients in the last decade alone. In fact, 9 of 10 JCCI Title III SIP clients received over $18 million in funding in the 2015-2016 cycle. In the 2017-2018 cycle, 6 of 15 received over $13 million in funding. Another 5 of 15 received near-perfect scores ranging from 96 to 99.
Department of Education grant programs under Title III benefit institutions with a high percentage of low-income and minority enrollment. Programs may be geared toward institutional needs to serve specific populations such as predominantly black students (PBI), native Alaskan and Hawaiian students, and tribal colleges. Title V programs support institutions serving Hispanic students.
Department of Education grant programs offered under TRIO include eight different program areas targeted to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds and include the Upward Bound, Talent Search, and Student Support Services programs. During the 2015-16 grant cycle, 7 of 11 JCCI TRIO SSS clients received more than $20 million in funding.
Let us position your institution for a successful application for these Department of Education grant programs! We can provide assistance for all phases of a Title III, Title V, or TRIO grant application, including project design, project research, proposal writing, proposal workshops, proposal critiques, and project evaluation upon grant award. Contact us for more information about upcoming grant cycles.
We’ve helped our clients fund impactful programs through securing Title III, Title V, and TRIO grants. How can we help you?
“Having worked on any number of proposals, I know for certain that your assistance was critical to our SSS success. I can’t say enough good things about the work you did with us.”
Pamela R. Edington, Ed.D., President
Dutchess Community College