Request for Proposals: CCOG
DATES: All projects must be completed by June 30, 2022. PROPOSALS are DUE: September 30, 2021.
WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY GRANT (CCOG)?
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a bill (A-4410) into law which permanently establishes the Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) program.
New Jersey students enrolled in any one of the State’s 18 county colleges may qualify for tuition-free college. Students/families with an adjusted gross income of $0 -$65,000 are eligible to apply by completing the FAFSA or the NJ Alternative Financial Aid Application for NJ Dreamers. They must enroll in at least 6 credits per semester in the Fall and/or Spring Terms.
WHAT IS THE STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE GRANT?
The Office of the Secretary of Higher Education funds the Student Success Initiative grant that supports CCOG informational outreach, FAFSA completion, student success services and programming retention and completion initiatives. The CCOG program is administered by the Office of Governmental Affairs and Community Relations.
HAVE AN IDEA?
Brookdale CCOG welcomes proposals for funding and sponsorship opportunities that support the program’s priorities and goals. Through this campus-wide open proposal process, we will be able to synthesize resources, staff, and programming efforts creating a culture of care, creativity, and collaboration to promote student success, retention and completion.
WHAT WOULD WE SUPPORT?
Further in this form, you'll learn about our areas of focus, which are specific, and our program priorities. Our program priorities are broad to support a wide range of ideas. We welcome ideas that help to broaden the range of outreach, services, and support currently offered by the CCOG Program. We welcome your ideations and the multiple ways we might materialize them for the benefit of the CCOG Program and the Brookdale Community as a whole.
The current moment requires creativity, imagination, boldness and solidarity. Let's meet the moment. Thank you for all you do.
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