CampusEAI Grant Program Featured in White House Initiative for HBCUs

CampusEAI Consortium Grant Program Featured in White House Initiative For Historically Black Colleges and Universites (HBCUs)
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March 11, 2010 - PRLog -- Contact:
Hollie Rybak
Communications Coordinator
CampusEAI Consortium

CLEVELAND – March 2, 2010- CampusEAI Consortium, the creators of myCampus, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Web 2.0 portal solution that provides students, faculty and staff with access to their academic and social information all in one place, is proud to announce that the CampusEAI Grant Program is being featured as part of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The Initiative was established in 1980 by President Jimmy Carter as a federal program to help Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) overcome the effects of discriminatory treatment and provide quality education. The program exists today to help strengthen the capacity of HBCUs to provide excellence in education.

The CampusEAI Grant Program was selected for inclusion in the initiative due to the fact that not only does is provide an opportunity to assist HBCUs through funding, but also due to the Program’s history for awarding HBCUs with the endowment.

HBCUs that have received the CampusEAI Grant include:
•   Albany State University
•   Florida A&M University
•   Hampton University
•   Spelman College
•   Tuskegee University
•   University of Maryland - Eastern Shore
•   University of the Virgin Islands
•   Virginia State University

The CampusEAI Grant Program is designed to cover the cost of software, hardware and services associated with the implementation of a Campus Portal Solution, an intranet portal that integrates with online learning, administrative computing and student services systems. The Grant offering includes hardware, software, project management, installation and training costs necessary to install and operate a Campus Portal, in the form of a grant which ranges between $250,000 to $1,000,000 in software, hardware and services, depending on the size and requirements of the school. The Grant is available in a limited number to institutions in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.  

“We are proud to continue our support of HBCUs through the CampusEAI Grant Program’s inclusion in this important initiative, said Anjli Jain, Executive Director of the CampusEAI Consortium. “ Being acknowledged by the White House is not only an honor, but also a way to spread the word about our program to other HBCUs that may be eligible for the grant.”

For more information on the CampusEAI Consortium or CampusEAI Consortium Professional Services, contact Anjli Jain at to schedule an executive one-on-one session.

About CampusEAI Consortium

CampusEAI Consortium is a global not-for-profit information technology services and consulting provider focused on helping its members implement enterprise IT solutions cost-effectively and timely. More than 260 members belong to the CampusEAI Consortium, including Albany State University, Curry College, Southwestern Community College, Waynesburg University, Georgian College and The Australian National University. For more information, visit  

About the White House Initiative on HBCUs

The initiative shall work with executive departments, agencies, and offices, the private sector, educational associations, philanthropic organizations, and other partners to increase the capacity of HBCUs to provide the highest-quality education to a greater number of students, and to take advantage of these institutions’ capacities in serving the Nation’s needs through core tasks, including: strengthening the capacity of HBCUs to participate in Federal programs; fostering enduring private-sector initiatives and public-private partnerships while promoting specific areas and centers of academic research and programmatic excellence throughout all HBCUs; improving the availability, dissemination, and quality of information concerning HBCUs to inform public policy and practice; sharing administrative and programmatic practices within the HBCU community for the benefit of all, and exploring new ways of improving the relationship between the Federal Government and HBCUs. For more information, visit

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CampusEAI Consortium creates myCampus, a Web 2.0 SaaS Campus Portal, Web Content Management, Alumni Portal, and Prospective Student Portal solution. myCampus is used by over 250 K-12 and higher education institutions worldwide.

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