Celebrating the successes of the CCM community is an important part of the grant process.  Over the last several years, CCM faculty and staff have developed and administered research and student support programs that have directly impacted the success of our college and students.

Grant Successes
Source Grant Amount Awarded Purpose
Office of Secondary and Higher Education (OSHE) Capital Facilities Bond Program - HEFT $11.3 million To create a new, dedicated Healthcare Building serving students and the local community.
Office of Secondary and Higher Education (OSHE) Capital Facilities Bond Program - ELF $2 million To fund new and upgraded instructional equipment.
Office of Secondary and Higher Education (OSHE) Capital Facilities Bond Program – HETI $1.038 million To fund technology infrastructure upgrades.
United States Department of Labor Scaling Apprenticeships - CareerAdvance USA $4 million To create a United States Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) in advanced manufacturing and expand opportunity to good jobs for underserved populations.
United States Department of Education Title III Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) $2.25 million To implement a new, intrusive advising model and serve Pell grant recipients with holistic wrap-around support.
United States Department of Labor Strengthening Community Colleges (SCC) Round 3 Training Grant $1.6 million To close equity gaps in Information Technology among women and Hispanic students.
National Science Foundation Advanced Technical Education (ATE) program $235,477 To create new data science pathways for students, benefiting learners and the NJ economy as leaders in the emerging sector.
United States Department of Education Congressional Directed Spending $720,000 To create equip the Cybersecurity Center and create a standalone Hacking Lab.
Office of Secondary and Higher Education (OSHE) Mental Health in Higher Education: Community Provider Partnerships and Professional Development Grant $287,644 To address student mental health needs in the wake of COVID-19 by creating sustainable and strategic local partnerships that provide students with quality mental health resources both on campus and throughout the surrounding community; and to offer evidence-based and meaningful professional development for campus staff and faculty.
United States Department of Education Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) $71,438 To provide adjusted childcare costs to low-income students at CCM, thereby improving their access to affordable childcare.
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