Foundation / Corporation
In-kind grants valued at up to $20,000 of software licenses, implementation services, and support to USA, Canada, and International K-12 schools and institutions of higher education. Selected schools and IHEs will receive an education technology system that can address multiple issues from technology support to student advising.
The Integrated Self-Help Platform In-Kind Grant is designed to provide awarded institutions with the requisite licenses and services. Following the Campus Consortium’s due diligence process, and depending on the type and quantity of Simplify modules selected, institutions may receive software licenses, support, and implementation services for a term of up to five (5) years.
Simplify is a higher education technology that improves the user experience and empowers institutions to integrate disparate systems across campus. This system provides a simple and powerful student service tool that increases institutional efficiency. It integrates with your institutions’ SIS/ERP, LMS, CRM, and other applications securely enabling advisors to provide real-time information to students seamlessly. This modular and secure approach manages inbound and outbound communication and tracks every student interaction in the form of tickets.
Benefits: Addresses multiple issues from technology support to student advising. Simplify can provide information on an institution’s Learning Management System and any issue related to computers, desktops, smartphones, network connectivity, printers or scanners, and password reset requests within seconds. Simplify also provides a higher level of engagement including billing and financial aid, grades and assignments, and other student services information.
GrantWatch ID#: 199398
Up to $20,000 in software licenses, support, and implementation services
For a term of up to five (5) years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register to Apply: https://www.campusconsortium.org/Integrated-self-help-platform-in-kind-grant-organic/
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