Contact Information
Director: Til F. Dallavalle
Phone: 732.906.2602
Fax: 732.906.7742
Email: TDallavalle@middlesexcc.edu
Location: Center IV, Rm 103
Grants
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 Contact Information
Director: Til F. Dallavalle
Phone: 732.906.2602
Fax: 732.906.7742
Email: TDallavalle@middlesexcc.edu
Location: Center IV, Rm 103

Grants Development

The Grants Development Office assists Middlesex County College faculty, staff and administrators in identifying and procuring federal, state and county (and in some cases, private) funding opportunities that support the strategic plan and advance the mission of the college. These funds may be utilized to supplement existing academic, student and college resources, as well as to allow for innovative program development and research.

VIDEO FAQs

A Video FAQ playlist is available below for viewing and contains a number of short, instructional overviews of grant related topics including:

What is a Grant?
Who can apply for a Grant?
Who is responsible for fulfilling the objectives of a Grant?
Who approves the submission of Grant proposals at MCC?
Does MCC have an internal review process for Grants?
What does Managing a Grant involve?
Where can you find information on Grant opportunities?
How do you enter an IRB Petition?
Why don’t I get email from the online Grants Development System?
How can I get started using the online Grants Development System?
I forgot my password. How do you reset your password?
What can I find under the Resources Tab?
What happens after you click on the Submit button?
Uploading the wrong file – How do you fix this?
What is the Perkins Grant Process?

How to get started

Do you have an idea for a project? Utilize the links on this website to find potential funding sources for your idea.

In order to begin the grant application process, a Middlesex County College Proposal Approval Abstract must be completed and submitted for review. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN
If this is your first Grant Application and you are unfamiliar with the application process at Middlesex County College please contact the Director of Grants Development and schedule a time to meet to discuss the project idea and, if necessary, identify potential funding sources. All grants must go out through the Grants Development Office.

Contact Information

Til F. Dallavalle
Director, Grants Development
Center IV, Room 103
Phone (732) 906-2602
Fax (732) 906-7742

Grant Submission

The Grant Submission process at MCC requires all grant proposals submitted to external funding sources to be transmitted through the MCC Grants Development Office. This process insures that all proposals meet minimum required standards regarding content, format, spelling, completeness, etc. In order to meet deadlines for electronic or hard copy applications, we ask that you submit final copies of your grant proposal to the Grants Development Office no later than fourteen working days before the deadline date.

Perkins Grant Departmental Budgets

Proposed Perkins Grant Department Budgets for the new academic year are transmitted through the MCC Grants Development Office. This process insures that all proposals meet minimum required standards regarding CIP Codes, approved CTE Programs, budget categories, etc.

In order to begin the Perkins Grant Departmental Budget application process, a Middlesex County College Perkins Budget Template must be completed and submitted for review. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN

If this is your first Perkins Departmental Budget and you are unfamiliar with the application process at Middlesex County College please contact the Director of Grants Development and schedule a time to meet to discuss the proposed budget and, if necessary, identify potential ideas for program funding. All Perkins Grant Budgets must go out through the Grants Development Office.

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

All human subject research and grant activities must comply with the federal and state laws for the “Protection of Human Subjects”. Middlesex County College has adopted procedures to establish an Institutional Review Board which is charged with reviewing any College research activities. All parties interested in conducting research involving human subjects at Middlesex County College must complete a Petition for IRB Review

In order to begin the process, a Middlesex County College IRB Petition must be completed and submitted for review. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN

If this is your first research request involving human subjects and you are unfamiliar with the application process at Middlesex County College please contact the Director of Grants Development and schedule a time to meet to discuss the proposed research and target population. All Institutional Review Board research requests must go to the Grants Development Office.