Grants and Resources

Since 2002, NCCE has disseminated over $500,000 in direct grants and funding to our member campuses. Here you can find funding opportunities available in the current academic year. This is in addition to the education awards we have disseminated through our AmeriCorps programs over the years. 

2024 Funding Opportunities


      NC Campus Engagement and fellow Partnership Alliance organizations across the country have jointly received a multi-year grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps) to support student and community volunteer engagement activities for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Partnership Alliance organizations, including NC Campus Engagement,  awarded $250,000 in 2024 Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service Grants to colleges and universities throughout the region and country to support their programs and events.

      NCCE member campuses were invited to submit a full application to receive a sub-grant, of up to $5000, to support their student volunteer events and programs on their campus and/or in the community around Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2024. 

      2024 MLK Day of Service Grantees – North Carolina

      High Point University  – $5,000

      Mars Hill University  –  $1,000

      Methodist University –  $1,000

      Queens University of Charlotte – $5,000

      William Peace University  – $1,000

      Wingate University – $2,000