Student Information System Grant
Campus Consortium offers Grant Programs for a variety of solutions, products and services. Campus Consortium Grants are funded by Campus Consortium and its technology partners. These Grants are designed to give institutions, with a smaller IT budget, a chance to implement modern technology services that meet the needs of institutions and their constituents. Campus Consortium is proud to provide the first ever Student Information System Grant to ensure an analytics-first approach solution to deliver the best-in-class constituent experience and witness a rise in campus-wide productivity, student engagement, and communication. This Grant offers your institution a chance to financially take on implementing a comprehensive solution, with a clear ROI and no hidden costs that typically prevents most solutions from being successfully implemented and maintained.
STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM GRANT OVERVIEW
BENEFITS OF THE STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
- Cloud-based SaaS Application:Hosted in the cloud using Amazon Web Services, the application is easily deployed and highly scalable to meet your business requirements.
- Mobile Ready:The entire solution is designed to allow the maximum use of smart phones by students and staff to access information.
- Intuitive Solution:The system is intuitive to the point that a user could learn how to use it with almost no training along with online help for additional guidance.
- Authentication:A role-based access control system tied directly to your existing AD or LDAP allows you to define access to sensitive data in a granular fashion.
- Easy Implementation:With swift implementation in just 3 to 6 months, we will also ensure that your existing data mapped within the new system.
NO. OF GRANTS AVAILABLE?
WHO CAN APPLY & WHAT IS THE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA?
- K-12 Schools and accredited institutions of Higher Education are eligible to apply.
- Previous awardees are eligible. Separate applications are required for each Grant pursued.
- For swift implementation, 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 ideally indicate problems the solution aims to solve, and why the Grant would be a helpful solution for the institution.
- Grant Application Due Date: October 25, 2019
- Phone Interview with Grant Application Review Committee by: November 1, 2019
- Grant Applicant Interview and Technical Assessment Session by: November 8, 2019
- Grant Award Letter Issued to Grant Recipients by: November 15, 2019
- Grant Award Walkthrough by: November 22, 2019
- Execution of Grant Award Agreement by: November 25, 2019
- Project Kick-Off by: December 6, 2019