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Awards

Welcome to the Grant Awards page. Below you will find information on current awards as well as completed award projects. Feel to look over the information provided. Hopefully, you too will feel inspired to write a grant.

Current Awards

Bergen County Jail Inmate Education

Funding Source: Bergen County Sheriff’s Department

 

Bridge to the Baccalaureate Alliance

Funding Source: National Science Foundation

 

Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006

Funding Source: New Jersey Department of Education

  • Project: Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Perkins Grant
  • Amount:  $520,856
  • Project Period: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17
  • Purpose: Perkins funding supports career and technical education programs. The purpose of Perkins Grant is to develop more fully the academic career and technical skills of secondary and postsecondary students who elect to enroll in career and technical education (CTE) by developing and assisting students in meeting high standards, integrating academic and career and technical instruction, linking secondary and postsecondary education, increasing state and local flexibility, collecting and disseminating research and information on best practices, providing technical assistance and professional development, supporting partnerships among diverse stakeholders, and providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to keep the U.S. competitive.

 

Consolidated Adult Basic Skills & Integrated English Language and Civics Education

Funding Source: New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development

 

Health Professions Integrated Teaching Center

Funding Source: Building Our Future Bond Act

  • Project: Health Professions Integrated Teaching Center
  • Amount: $12,750,000
  • Project Start: July 1, 2013
  • Purpose: Establishment and construction of a new higher education building to provide added facilities required for a High Technology Health Professions Integrated Teaching Center on the Paramus Campus of BCC. The Integrated Teaching Center incorporates new equipment and increased academic capacity, including smart classrooms, instructional laboratories, simulation center, computer facilities, student support services, counseling, and administrative areas.
  • Project Director: President’s Executive Team

 

Infrastructure Enhancement Project

Funding Source: Higher Education Leasing Fund Program

  • Project: Infrastructure Enhancement Project
  • Amount: $2,023,000.00
  • Project Start: July 1, 2013
  • Purpose: The Infrastructure Enhancement Project provides for: (1) Network Infrastructure Upgrade; (2) Campus Computer Workstation and Multifunction Printer Lifecycle replacement; and (3) Queue Management Solution hardware.
  • Project Director: President’s Executive Team

 

Institutional Improvement Project

Funding Source: Higher Education Technology Infrastructure Fund

  • Project: Institutional Improvement Project
  • Amount: $1,071,000.00
  • Project Start: July 1, 2013
  • Purpose: The Institutional Improvement project includes six key components to enhance the college’s technological infrastructure: (1) Data Warehouse and Data Mining Solution, (2) an Admissions Customer Relations Management (CRM) solution, to enable Bergen Community College to automate multi-channel communication and more effectively reach out to the community it serves, (3) Human Resources Management package to facilitate effective talent management and more fully meet customer needs in the library and throughout the institution, (4) One Card Student ID Management System to provide an integrated solution for student information and admittance, (5) Network Security upgrade, (6) Queue Management Solution software.
  • Project Director: President’s Executive Team

 

HSI STEM Graduation Pathway to Success

Funding Source: New Jersey Institute of Technology Subcontract

 

Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training

Funding Source: US Department of Labor/Department of Education

 

Transition Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities – Phase 2

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Education

 

Grant to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program

Funding Source: US Department of Justice & Office on Violence Against Women

 

County Vocational School Partnership Grant

Funding Source: Bergen County Technical Schools

 

College Readiness Now II

Funding Source: New Jersey Council of County Colleges

 

Student Success Innovation Grant

Funding Source: New Jersey Council of County Colleges Center for Student Success

  • Project: Student Success Innovation Mini-Grant
  • Amount: $4,890
  • Project Period: May 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016
  • Purpose: Provide funding for faculty professional development
  • Project Director: [Grants Office]

 

First In The World

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Education