Campus Consortium Awards $263,000 in Technology Grants to Higher Ed Institutions
Grant Provides Single Sign-On, Cloud-based Cybersecurity & Identity and Access Management Solutions

Chicago, August 6, 2020: Campus Consortium, a global non-profit education association, announced today that it has awarded $263,000 in Technology Grants for Single Sign-On, Cloud-based Cybersecurity & Identity and Access Management Solutions to Faith-based Collages. Awarded institutions include LeMoyne-Owen College and Calumet College of Saint Joseph. The Grant was designed in collaboration with and supported by QuickLaunch™.

“We aimed at having a scalable solution that can provide a seamless, secure login experience to our users,” said Charles G. Elliott, Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer of LeMoyne-Owen College. “The Grants offered us the opportunity to have an identity and access management solution that will help us enhance user experience by creating a secure adaptive learning environment, providing students, staff and faculty with remote access to institutional resources and retooling the current environment. This solution will also help us automate our entire new student and staff onboarding processes, especially as we are working remotely.”

We recognize that our schools need help adapting to a new way of doing business,” said Anjli Jain, Founder and Chairman of the Campus Consortium. “Our cybersecurity grant is designed to help schools move mission critical, premise-dependent services quickly and securely to a cloud-based environment. For example, these institutions can now onboard new users virtually and securely in the cloud. The grants awarded also give students, faculty and staff one-stop access to all campus services with enhanced security features like multi-factor authentication so that their data can be protected from wherever they are studying or working.”

Apply for any or all the Grants below by August 28th:

[COVID-19] Single Sign-On and Smart Password Manager Grant
Multi-Factor Authentication Grant
Campus Intranet Portal Grant
Colleague® Hosting Grant
SOC-as-a-Service Grant
Student Engagement Mobile App Grant
After Hours & Weekends Virtual OneStop Student Services Support Grant

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About the LeMoyne–Owen College

LeMoyne–Owen College is a private historically black college affiliated with the United Church of Christ and located in Memphis, Tennessee. The collage provides a transformative experience educating students for urban-focused leadership, scholarship, service and professional careers.

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About the Calumet College of St. Joseph

Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) is a private, four-year Catholic institution, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, offering master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degrees. The collage offers a vibrant and stimulating learning environment while remaining affordable and accessible to all students.

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About the Campus Consortium

Founded in 2003, Campus Consortium is a leading non-profit education association with thousands of higher education institutions and K-12 school district members. The Campus Consortium mission is to help members reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned, and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel when adopting new education technologies. To know more about Campus Consortium, please visit or write to us at