What is Title III?
Title III refers to the U.S. Department of Education's Strengthening Institutions Program. The program's nickname, Title III, comes from the Higher Education Act of 1965, where it’s cited in Title III, Section 311-315.
The program provides funds to help institutions of higher learning expand their capacity to serve low-income students and strengthen the institution’s academic quality, fiscal stability and institutional management. In October 2007, SWIC received the first installment, $399,997, of a five-year grant totaling nearly $2 million.
For more information about Title III, contact Martha Giordano at 618-235-2700, ext. 5312, or email@example.com.
Meet the Team
Members of the Title III team include, from left, Activity Coordinator/Curriculum Specialist Donna Holesinger, Student Administration Technology Specialist Laura Mondy, Director Martha Giordano and Administrative Assistant Marilyn Quitmeyer.
Federal funds were used to support the Title III project.