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An Overview 2010-11 Tendai (Paula) Johnson. Presentation Outline What Title III is How the grant award is determined What kinds of activities are allowable.

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1 An Overview Tendai (Paula) Johnson

2 Presentation Outline What Title III is How the grant award is determined What kinds of activities are allowable New Title III efforts What Title III supports in How it supports FSU and BOG strategic priorities

3 What Title III Is Federally funded program Administrative Unit= Institutional Development and Undergraduate Education Service, Office of Post- Secondary Education, Department of Education Authorized in Higher Education Act 1965 Title IIIB Strengthening Historically Black Colleges and Universities

4 Strengthening Black Colleges and Universities Focus areas are to establish or strengthen HBCUs in the following areas: Physical plants Financial management Academic Resources Endowments

5 What Kinds of Activities Are Allowable to support improvements in educational quality, management and financial stability Purchase, rental, or lease of equipment for educational purposes Construction, renovation, maintenance in instructional facilities to include telecommunications technology equipment and services Faculty development and exchanges Academic instruction in underrepresented disciplines Purchase of library materials Tutoring and student service programs

6 What Kinds of Activities Are Allowable continued….. Funds and administrative management Joint use of facilities (laboratories and libraries) Improvement of development office Enhancement of teacher education Establishment of community outreach programs (pipeline) Acquisition of real property (new) Financial Literacy education (new) Services for the implementation of projects or activities (new)

7 How the Grant Award Is Determined Number of Pell recipients = 50% Number of FSU graduates = 25% Number of FSU graduates going to graduate or professional school within 5 years of graduation from FSU = 25% 100%

8 New Efforts College Cost Reduction Act Allocation (CCRAA) ended with 2 nd year New Grant SAFRA Based on same formula as TIII B Focus on STEM and Teacher Education Programs What it has meant for FSU $1,215,000 in additional funding 1 st year $1,306,578 in additional funding 2 nd year $1,259, 539 New Funding now called SAFRA

9 New Efforts CCRAA becomes SAFRA/Mandated Funds in Funding continues for 10 years according to legislation marks beginning of new cycle Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) required to frame 5 year plan Same LAAs as Title III undergrad program

10 New Efforts FSU is included in Master’s Degree Program FSU named in legislative approval of HEA (2008) Program funded for 6 years beginning August 2009 $500,000 per year What it means for FSU Support for STEM related graduate programs Capacity building Scholarships Infrastructure building

11 Title III Activities and Directors Enhancing Student Success through Outreach Engagement and Academic Enrichment and Support John Brooks Faculty and Staff developmentPerry Massey Achieving Academic Excellence through Specialized Accreditation Curtis Charles Internationalizing the CurriculumYunkai Chen Enhancing and Strengthening the Foreign Language LabYali Li Strengthening Campus Information Services`Nick Ganesan Strengthening and Enhancing Library ServicesBobby Wynn Writing Across the CurriculumSonya Brown Strengthening University Testing Services and AssessmentAlvis Moore Reading Across the CurriculumTrela Anderson

12 Title III Activities and Directors Enhancing and Strengthening the Office of Sponsored Research David Camps School of Education Academic Advisement and Retention Center (SOEAARC) Shari Willis Librarian/Faculty information Literacy CollaborativeBobby Wynn Continued Enhancement of Telecommunications Media Center Todd Frobish Enhancing Student Support through a Student Services Center Tavoria Wax Career Services Technology and Professional Development Integration Initiative Helene Cameron Strengthening the Effectiveness of the Office of Institutional Advancement Arthur Affleck Center for Community Justice and Service LearningMelissa Barlow

13 Title III Activities and Directors Center for Promoting STEM Education and Research (CPSER) Daniel Okunbor Project Administration and EvaluationTendai (Paula) Johnson

14 Title III-Unspent Funds Activities and Directors Master’s Degree Program Continued Enhancement of the Telecommunications Media Center Todd Frobish Renovations fro Telecommunications Rudy Cardenas Enhancement of Campus Administrative Systems David Beach Master’s Degree ProgramLaDelle Olion/Doreen Hilton

15 Title III and Related Program Funding Title III Undergraduate Program $4,588,928 CCRAA/SAFRA$1,259,539 Unspent Funds$ 270,500 Master’s Degree Program$ 500,000


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