I’m curious. Does this give you an additional year of funding or an additional year to spend the funding that you already have?
Lorraine N. Abraham
Director of Library and Information Services
Title III Project Director
Emory & Henry College
PO Box 948
Emory, VA 24327-0948
Looks like we will have to apply for an extension. Can someone who has done this tell me what we need to do to apply?
Diane M. Vickrey
Dean of Students and Planning
Southern Maine Community College
2 Fort Road
South Portland, ME 04106
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06/17/2008 11:13 AM
Can you tell me what all is involved in requesting an extension ? Are
there specific forms -- or is it more like a redirection request ? Are
there criteria that must be met ? What kind of time line is involved ?
Thank you for any help !
Lawrence Klein wrote:
>It's relatively easy to make the request.
>Understand that a consequence of receiving an extension is that your
>grant is deemed to have run for an additional year, thereby requiring
>your college to wait one year longer than normal before applying for
>another Title III grant.
>City College of San Francisco
>>>> [log in to unmask] 6/10/2008 12:51 PM >>>
>Has anyone requested an extension to their Title III grant? Does
>have any tips or suggestions as to the best way to go about requesting
>Title III ASSIST Program Coordinator
>Marshalltown Community College
>3700 S. Center St.
>Marshalltown, IA 50158
>Toll Free: 866-622-4748
Patricia McGuire White, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Academic
Professor of Biology
Dalton State College
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