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  1. Collaborating Across CampusOrganizing a Successful Program without Grant Funding SUNYLA Annual Conference Presentation by Katrina Frazier & Lisa Errico Nassau Community College June 13th 2014

  2. GRANT APPLICATION AND PROGRAM PLANNING • “nothing ventured, nothing gained” • -Benjamin Franklin

  3. GRANT APPLICATION planning, applying & contingency plans

  4. FUNDING “Ask and you shall receive”

  5. Funding sources :$ Vendors$ Campus Bookstore (Barnes & Noble)$ NCC Foundation$ NCC Cultural Program$ Bake Sale$ Library Budget$ Library Faculty Donations

  6. CROSS CAMPUS COLLABORATION “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” -Helen Keller

  7. CAMPUS PARTICIPANTS: • NCC Grants Office • 2. Public Safety • 3. Facilities/Physical Plant • 4. Public Relations • 5. Dean of Students • 6. Library Faculty and Other Academic Departments • 7. WHPC College Radio • 8. Vignette (College Newspaper )

  8. LESSONS LEARNED (PROS AND CONS) • “A man's errors are his portals of discovery” • -James Joyce

  9. PROS *Greater visibility on campus *Increased awareness of censorship for both students and faculty *Organizing this event fostered new campus relationships * “Out of the box” thinking for space needs led to creative use of existing Library space

  10. CONS • Time consuming – interfered with daily workflow • September timing of program made planning more challenging as most faculty were not on campus • Procurement Department difficulties • Over-estimated time allocation of activities and events • Complaints of increase noise level on Plaza from staff and faculty in nearby offices

  11. In Summary…. • Don’t let a rejection of Grant money stop you from proceeding with a well thought out program • A campus-wide event fosters greater Library visibility. • Be careful not to over plan. • Be prepared for anything!!!!

  12. Additional questions or comments? Email us Katrina Frazier Katrina.Frazier @ncc.edu Lisa Errico Lisa.Errico@ncc.edu

  13. Thank you!