Grants and Programs
2018-2019 Completion Agenda Support Grants
The TBR Completion Initiative Grants are designed to provide support for institutional efforts towards furthering the state’s goal of increasing the educational attainment level of all citizens, with a focus on underrepresented and other targeted student populations.
These initiatives are specifically designed to assist campuses to implement programs that align with the system and campus student success and completion agenda, as well as strategic diversity planning efforts.
These grants are specifically targeted for programs that align with the system and campus student success efforts, completion agenda, and strategic diversity planning efforts. Funding made available under this program is intended to enhance an institution’s opportunity to explore promising best practices and new initiatives to increase student success for all student populations and determine whether the results are such that the campus should invest in the program going forward.
For the 2018-2019 grant cycle, there are two distinct grant opportunities available to campuses:
Student Engagement, Retention, and Success Grants (SERS)
Administered by the Office of Organizational Effectiveness (OE).
- SERS Grants- Eligibility requirements, information, and instruction
- SERS Grants - Frequently Asked Questions
- Download the SERS Grants Application
Administered by the TBR Office of Academic Affairs.
Application and Instructions will be posted in the future.
Questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maxine Smith Fellows Program
The Maxine Smith Fellows Program was designed to provide opportunities for African-American TBR employees to participate in a working and learning environment that would enhance work experience and career development. The TBR central office remains committed to the program as a tool for enhancing opportunities and as a means to increase the diversity of ideas, thoughts, and experiences that ultimately enhance the educational environment at our institutions.