Campus Consortium Awards $128,604 Technology In-Kind Grants to Higher Education Institutions

In-Kind Grants include Security Operations Services, Single Sign-On, Password Manager with MFA and Student Engagement Mobile App.

August 2, 2021: Campus Consortium, a leading Nonprofit Technology Association, today announced that it has awarded $128,604 Technology In-Kind Grants for Security Operations Services, Single Sign-On, Password Manager with MFA and Student Engagement Mobile App. 

Awarded institutions are Compton College, College of the Marshall Islands and Bennett College. The Campus Consortium Technology In-Kind Grants are supported in collaboration with Unifyed™OculusIT™ and QuickLaunch™. 

“The Security Operations Center-as-a-Service In-Kind Grant helped us in keeping our campus secure. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are components of the service that minimizes cyber threats and provides advanced security,” said Dr. Abdul Nasser, V.P Administrative Service, Compton College.

“Integration to our Information and learning systems are provided in the Student Engagement Mobile App In-Kind Grant. We appreciate this In-Kind Grant provided by Campus Consortium. Thanks for your support,” said Dr. Irene Taafaki, President, College of the Marshall Islands. 

“The Single Sign-On and Smart Password Manager with MFA In-Kind Grant helps us improve our security and provides centralized login. This solution allows our students and faculty to reset their passwords utilizing multiple factors and minimizes dependency on manual labor,” said LaDaniel Gatling II, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Bennett College. 

“The COVID-19 Pandemic has significantly affected the Education Sector resulting in a greater dependency on online learning and mobile workforce. Campus Consortium is pleased to support K-12 School Districts witcloud-based technology and tools to drive a modern and secure student learning experience,” said Karl Horvath, Ph.D., President at Campus Consortium.

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About Compton College

Compton College is a public community college in Compton, California. Founded in 1927, Compton Community College is managed by Compton Community College District. The college encompasses an area of about 29 square miles, making educational services available to nearly 300,000 residents of Compton, Lynwood, Paramount, and Willow Brook, as well as portions of Athens, Bellflower, Carson, Downey, Dominguez, Lakewood, Long Beach and South Gate.

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About College of the Marshall Islands

The College of the Marshall Islands (CMI) is the autonomous community college offering associate degree programs in liberal arts and sciences, business and information technology, elementary education, and nursing. It also offers high school equivalency, community extension, student development, and certificate programs.

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About Bennett College

Bennett College is renowned for its intimate, engaging learning community that produces phenomenal women scholars and global leaders. Bennett provides educational access to students while promoting inquiry, civic engagement, social justice, lifelong learning, and equity for all.

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About Campus Consortium

Founded in 2003, the Campus Consortium is a leading nonprofit technology association with hundreds of institutions and organizations in the Education and Healthcare sectors. The Campus Consortium mission is to help members reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared resources, lessons learned, and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel when adopting new technologies.

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