NVC Proposed Project Grants
Round 1 (FY 14/15)
Deadline: Round 1 (FY 14/15) Friday, October 31, 5pm
(no exceptions made)
Proposals are now being accepted for Round 1 of the 2014-2015 academic year for projects that support a broad range of NVC staff activities that expand student learning experiences at NVC, advance NVC’s Student Learning Outcomes and Institutional Learning Outcomes, and/or improve the physical campus at NVC or its Upper Valley Campus.
Funding for grants range from $100-$1,000 each. Awards for 14-15 Round 1 will be announced in November.
Funding Cycles 2014-2015
Regular bi-annual funding rounds will follow
submission deadlines as follows:
Round 1 Due October 31, 2014
Round 2 due March 15, 2015
Who is Eligible to Apply?
ONLY current NVC faculty (full and part-time) and salaried NVC staff are eligible to apply. Staff and faculty may collaborate with students to apply for grant funds but only NVC salaried staff and faculty may be listed as lead team members on the grant application.
Deadline for Proposals
All proposals (including requested signatures) must be received in the OIA Office (Rm.1532) on paper by 5:00 PM, October 31, 2014 (no exceptions made; only signed hard copies will be accepted). Please note: Professional Development proposals that include travel must include a completed and signed NVC Travel Request form.
Funding for the NVC Proposed Project Grant Program
is provided through the NVC Foundation.
NVC Proposed Project Grant Program
ONLY current NVC faculty (full and part-time) and salaried NVC staff are eligible to apply. Staff and faculty may collaborate with students to apply for grant funds but only NVC staff and faculty may be listed as lead team members on the grant application.
The purpose of NVC's Proposed Project Grants Program is to provide funding for:
Staff professional development projects across the institution in support of activities that expand student learning experiences at NVC and advance NVC’s Student Learning Outcomes and Institutional Learning Outcomes.
Projects that improve the physical campus at NVC or its Upper Valley Campus.
All projects funded must substantively enrich student experiences at NVC, demonstrate creative problem-solving, improve staff knowledge-base, and model effective communication and collaboration.
Funding for the NVC Proposed Project Grant Program is provided through the NVC Foundation.
Funds from the NVC Proposed Project Grant program may not be used for student scholarships or to provide basic aid (food, shelter, clothing) to students.
Multiple grants ranging from $100 - $1,000 each for professional development activities pursued by faculty, administrators, and classified staff in support of professional development enrichment activities that are not required by the college. Activities must have a demonstrable and measurable impact on students at NVC. Projects will be funded based on their ability to: support NVC’s Student Learning Outcomes and/or Institutional Learning Outcomes to increase student success; apply and maintain college-wide standards of excellence; increase access for students; and/or use new technologies to effectively and collaboratively deliver innovative and effective teaching and learning strategies.
These funds may not be used to purchase equipment or software.
Awarded in coordination with the NVC Staff Development Committee. Specific funding sources may also require additional review and approval by the VP of Instruction and/or the Associate Dean, Economic Workforce Development Grants and Programs, and the Dean of Career Technical Education. Additional criteria may apply for use of certain donor designated funds.
Multiple grants ranging from $100 - $1,000 each by faculty, administrators, and classified staff for projects, equipment, and/or supplies that enrich student experiences, enhance student success, improve the physical NVC campus, model effective communication and collaboration, and explore concepts, ideas, and principles beyond the campus and its classrooms. These funds may be used to purchase equipment or software only with review and input from NVC IT and Facilities departments, as appropriate.
Awarded in coordination with the NVC Resource Development Working Group.
Complete the project grant application.
Complete the project budget.
Include signatures on application form from applicant and Division Chair/Dean.
Submit complete application and budget in hard copy to the Office of Institutional Advancement, 1500 building, room 1532.
- Open Call for proposals announced by the NVC Office of Institutional Advancement with bi-annual deadlines.
- Applications evaluated and reviewed by appropriate campus bodies.
- Public notification of awards is anticipated to be one month after submission date.
- Applicants receive email award notice and instructions to receive funding before the funds are released.
- Office of Institutional Advancement will oversee funding process.
- Requisite accounting/receipts must be submitted in a timely manner in accordance with NVC Business Office timelines and procedures through the Office of Institutional Advancement.
Awardees must submit a one paragraph report on activities funded and their impact within one year of original award date.
Additional funding from NVC Foundation endowments and DAS charitable program funds may be available annually at the discretion of individual division and department chairs and deans in coordination with the Director of OIA in the following areas:
Sue Nelson Staff Development Fund: for staff development activities
Instructional Equipment Fund: for NVC equipment needs that enhances student success
Science Program Endowment: for the NVC Science program
Bernice Roberts Blanckenburg Fund for the Non-Performing Arts (endowed): for NVC Studio Arts
Janice and Bernard Charlup Endowment: for the NVC Photography program
Burrell Wilson Memorial Fund (endowed): for the NVC Photography program
Richard and Helen Fischer Endowment: for the NVC Foreign Language instruction program
Dorothy Weed Memorial Fund (endowed): for the Vocal Music program
Belle & Barney Rhodes Endowment Fund: for support of the Napa Valley Cooking School
NVC Health Occupations Fund: for NVC Health Occupations programs