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Title III Grant Consulting

Cascadia Consulting has an extraordinary track record of securing Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) or Title III grants for clients. We guide the process from data collection through proposal development to the actual writing and submission of the proposal itself. We work collaboratively with client teams to identify an institution's strengths and weaknesses and to construct a sustainable plan to improve student retention and graduate rates over the long run. 

Why Title III grants?

Title III refers to the U.S. Department of Education Strengthening Institutions Program grants. These are five-year grants of up to $450,000 a year, for a total of $2.25M. Title III grants are not like any other grants available. As the name implies, they are intended to strengthen your institution in the distinct ways that your college seeks to address retention and graduation goals. This makes Title III grants extremely unique, but highly competitive. Title III grant competitions occur biennially, and winning grants generally receive a perfect or near-perfect score

Why work with us?

In our 38 years of grant writing experience, we have secured $125M+ in grants for organizations like yours. We have honed our craft with Title III grant development by using our time-tested methods learned from years in the field and peer reviewing for the U.S. Department of Education. Our process is comprehensive, from project design to submission. It is designed to support your unique needs and challenges, while providing a positive and painless experience developing a winning proposal.

Our ultimate goal is to and bring lasting change to your institution

so you can serve students better.

If you think you might be interested in applying for a Title III grant, just reach out to us. We are here for you.

Projects: Projects
Title III grant consultant - learning commons

Academic Quality

Title III grant consultant meeting

Institutional Management

Title III grant consultant - fiscal stability

Fiscal Stability

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