Grants Database

Search our online database to find information on recent College Futures Foundation grants.

Berkeley City College

To support identifying, adopting and institutionalizing core elements of Dual Enrollment for Equitable Completion (DE4EC) that is aligned to Guided Pathways.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and Inland Empire

To document initial learnings from and explore expansion opportunities for a workplace mentoring program at community colleges.

Cal Poly Pomona Foundation Inc.

To support California Polytechnic State University, Pomona’s development of a sustainability plan for their 12th grade math course that will strengthen student preparation for college level math.

California Coalition of Early and Middle Colleges

To support the development of a plan to update curriculum and expand professional development programs to support more practitioners, and to assess interest in developing regional dual enrollment networks.

California State University, Fresno Foundation

To support the capacity of the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium to advance improved intersegmental transfer pathways and expand dual enrollment for equity and completion.

CSULA Auxiliary Services, Inc.

To support Cal State LA to work with feeder community colleges to create new baccalaureate pathways with integrated pre and post transfer support to increase STEM transfer student success.

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District

To support Cuyamaca College in identifying, adopting and institutionalizing core elements of Dual Enrollment for Equitable Completion (DE4EC) that is aligned to Guided Pathways.

Institute for Nonprofit News

To support Open Campus to produce and publish a series of student profiles and stories with its partner newsrooms, and convene a virtual policy forum, to inform and inspire decision makers to address the barriers diverse students face in pursuit of college degrees.

Jobs for the Future

To support JFF as regranting intermediary and facilitator of Phase 2 of the Community Engagement for College Success Network (CECSN).

National Community College Hispanic Council

To build capacity of a cultural affinity organization of Latinx educators in the community college system, in service to Latinx student success.