We often hear clients say things like “The federal funding was great at the beginning of the pandemic, but now it is all gone.” Or, they may make a comment like “I am sure the deadline has passed to use the pandemic response funding.” However, there are still millions of federal funding dollars available for higher education institutions to use today. Check out the resources below to learn more about the funding available for your institution and ways to successfully utilize the funds.
On-Demand Webinar: How Your eLearning Programs Can Benefit from Recently Released Funding
SmarterServices recently hosted a webinar that covered details about the federal funding that is still available to higher education institutions. This webinar included information about emergency grants, allowable and unallowable uses, where and how to check your state/institution’s funding, and more moderated by Dr. Mac Adkins (Founder and Chief Academic Officer of SmarterServices) and panelists including Dr. Patrick Lane (VP of Policy Analysis and Research at WICHE/WCET) , and Shantee Siebuhr (Guided Pathways Specialist at Weatherford College).
Check out this on-demand webinar to learn more about the federal funding available and ideas on how your institution can benefit from it.
How is your state/institution doing?
Want to know how much federal funding is available in your state/institution? This government website is designed to track spending and available funds. By looking up your state, you can see how much money is remaining to be spent according to federal reports filed by states and institutions!
Download: Federal Funding Resources Guide
For more information, download our free Federal Funding eLearning Resource Guide to receive the top resources and information relating to the CARES Act, the American Rescue Plan Act, the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, and other emergency grants to help your institution utilize the funds available. This resource is designed for you to share with your institution’s leaders to inform them about these available funds.
“The good news is that both CRRSAA and ARPA are still relatively flexible. The money is there to continue to support different types of activities in response to the pandemic.”
– Dr. Patrick Lane, VP of Policy Analysis and Research at WICHE/WCET
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