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Volume 7, Issue 1

New Circle of Excellence Award: Public/Private Grants

CASE has added a new Public or Private Grants category to the 2017 Circle of Excellence Awards. This awards program celebrates innovative, exciting and effective programs and projects in institutional advancement. It is open to all CASE-member institutions.

The new Public or Private Grants category will evaluate the overall impact of both public and private grants programs on their associated institutions, students and/or community. Each grant constitutes a single entry, and there are no limits on the number of entries an institution can make. However, grants, regardless of implementation duration, must have been completed during the previous calendar year.

The entry period for the 2017 Circle of Excellence Awards opens Tuesday, Jan. 10, and closes Friday, March 10.
Additional entries of interest for community colleges include:

Community College Magazines
Community College Public-Private Partnerships

The awards cover more than 50 categories, including fundraising, special events, magazines, writing, alumni relations, videos, marketing campaigns, digital communications and design. View the 2016 Circle of Excellence winners.

Entry materials and information on the program are available on the CASE website. Email with questions.

This article is from the January 2017 issue of the Community College Advancement News.

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