Title V Grants

Department of Education Title V Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Grants

The Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions (DHSI) Program is a U.S. Department of Education grant program that provides grant funding to assist HSIs to expand educational opportunities for, and improve the attainment of, Hispanic students. These five-year grants also enable HSIs to expand and enhance their academic offerings, program quality, and institutional stability.

Clovis Community College has enjoyed a long history as a Hispanic Serving Institution, having more than 25% of our students identifying as Hispanic. We have received several Title V awards over the past 15 years, including both Individual grant awards and Cooperative grants in partnership with Eastern New Mexico University.  

Clovis Community College has two active Title V grants that both began in October 2015, an Individual Grant and a Cooperative Grant with ENMU.

Learn more about Title V Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions grants at the U.S. Department of Education

Title V Individual Grant: Accelerating Progress for High-Need Hispanic and Low-Income Students

In 2015, Clovis Community College was awarded a $2,623,624 Title V DHSI Grant from the United States Department of Education. The Title V project, "Accelerating Progress for High-Need Hispanic and Low-Income Students," focuses on utilizing innovative teaching strategies in both face-to-face and online classroom settings to increase student success, retention, and graduation rates. Additionally, the grant places a large emphasis on improving student support services through the implementation of a student tracking and early alert system as well as success coaching. 

CCC Title V Individual Grant...

Title V Cooperative Grant: Persisting to Success: A Rural HSI Institutional Partnership

 Eastern New Mexico University, in partnership with Clovis Community College, was awarded a $2,750,301 Title V DHSI Cooperative grant from the United States Department of Education. Clovis Community College's portion of the project is $990,936. The primary foci of "Persisting to Success..." are to 1) Enhance students' college and career readiness through revising the first-year experience and career exploration opportunities on both campuses; 2) to create a pipeline to teaching careers; and 3) to empower faculty, staff, and administrators to enhance student success through workshops and other activities focusing on diverse student learning styles and cultures.

CCC/ENMU Title V Coop Grant...


For more information about federal programs and grants at Clovis Community College, please contact Mindy Watson at 575.769.4065 or mindy.watson@clovis.edu.

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