Financial Aid Contact Center Services Grant
Type of Grant: In-Kind Software and Services
Eligible Award Amount: Up To $100,000 Over 5 Years
CAMPUS CONSORTIUM GRANT PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Campus Consortium offers Grant Programs for a variety of solutions, products, and services. These in-kind grants of software and services are underwritten by Campus Consortium technology vendors and are designed to give Institutions with smaller IT budget a chance to implement new technology services that meet their needs while reducing time and costs associated with implementing new technologies.
Campus Consortium help Institutions reduce costs while implementing the vendors’ technologies on campus. Interviews and technical assessment are required of all selected applicants.
FINANCIAL AID CONTACT CENTER SERVICES GRANT OVERVIEW
This in-kind grant of software and services is underwritten by Campus Consortium technology vendor, and is designed to provide an institution with a Financial Aid Contact Center Service.
The Financial Aid Contact Center Services Grant provides selected institutions an in-kind grant of software and services award up to $100,000 over a period of five years. The grant is intended at covering cost towards licensing, hosting, professional services, and support costs associated with the implementation of the Financial Aid Contact Center Service.
*A limited number of in-kind grants of software and services to be awarded.
BENEFITS OF THE FINANCIAL AID CONTACT CENTER SERVICES
- A multi-channel (phone, email and chat) Contact center platform that enables you to track all incoming and outgoing interactions with prospective students and students
- Financial Aid resources that can handle financial requests such as information about required documents, calculating expected family contribution, and verification process
WHO CAN APPLY & WHAT IS THE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA?
- Accredited Higher Education institutions and K-12 schools are eligible to apply.
- Institutions are eligible to apply for multiple grants. Separate applications are required for each grant pursued.
- Applicants are required to demonstrate institutional purpose in the form of a “letter of intent” signed by Dean/President or member of campus leadership team. The letter should indicate the challenges the solution aims to solve and why the grant would be helpful to the institution.
*Previous awardees are eligible to apply.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying for the grant, then write to us at email@example.com.