CACG

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AcronymDefinition
CACGCollege Access Challenge Grant (US Department of Education)
CACGCompagnie d'Aménagement des Coteaux de Gascogne (French development company)
CACGCatholics in Alliance for the Common Good (Washington, DC)
CACGCackling Goose (bird species)
CACGChronic Angle Closure Glaucoma
CACGCommonwealth Association of Corporate Governance
CACGCentral Asia Consulting Group (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
CACGConsolidated Alliance Capability Goal (NATO)
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The program was initially funded through a College Access Challenge Grant from the U.
Mount Wachusett Community College recently concluded college placement testing for hundreds of area high school students who are benefiting from a $250,000 North Central College Access Challenge Grant awarded last spring by the Massachusetts Department of Education.
The College Access Challenge Grant (CACG) Program is a federal formula grant designed to foster partnerships among federal, state, and local governments and philanthropic entities to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.
He helped establish Advise TX College Advising Corps, which, through funding from the College Access Challenge Grant, places recent college graduates in high schools to counsel low-income and minority students on the college process, from college applications to the federal financial aid form.
In the 2010-11 state budget, Minority Male Mentoring Programs at NC Community Colleges received $900,000 in recurring funding, which was paired with a $407,000 College Access Challenge Grant to expand or launch college efforts that promote the development of personal, professional and academic growth among minority males.
The Little Rock advertising and marketing firm will handle the College Access Challenge Grant for the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, according to Dale Ellis, the department's communications director.
An initiative of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, with funding from the federal College Access Challenge Grant, Generation TX (GenTX) is a statewide, grassroots movement committed to creating what's next for Texas: a culture of college and career readiness that leads to the most successful generation ever.
Under the College Access Challenge Grant program, we are giving low-income high school students and their families the opportunity to explore colleges firsthand, Governor Cuomo said.
In addition, the consortium was recently notified of a $250,000 College Access Challenge Grant issued by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.
Appended are: (1) Imperatives for Change; (2) Imperatives for Change Performance Report; (3) Enrollment at Public Institutions; (4) Enrollment at Independent Institutions; (5) State Student Financial Aid Programs; (6) Proprietary School Enrollment; (7) College Access Challenge Grant Recipients; and (8) Academic Program Actions.
The provision prohibits states that don't maintain higher education spending levels from accessing all federal College Access Challenge Grant funding.
To receive funding under the College Access Challenge Grant program, states will have to demonstrate their support of higher education by providing funding equal to or exceeding their average outlays of the previous five years.
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