The Sponsored Projects Office is responsible for financial administration and reporting on grants and contracts. Sponsored Projects oversees grants and contracts amounting to around one third of the College’s revenues. Some of the major grants are listed below.
TOCC Sponsored Projects
Please see below for a list of projects sponsored by TOCC:
- American Indian College Fund – AT&T TCU: High School Completion Project, AT&T TCU: Braiding Success Project, Dollar General: GED Language and Writing Development
- GEO:Smart – GEO-Education O’odham: Spatial Mapping Assessment and Resource Training
Grant Supported by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
- Land Grant Office Of Sustainability (LGOS) – Empowering the Tohono O’odham Nation’s citizens to reconnect to the Land, Language, and culture by embracing core values, preserving natural resources, and recognizing how our agricultural heritage informs our health and values. The LGOS is supported by U.S. Department of Agriculture Grants.
Ingrid Felix RainCloud
Director of Sponsored Projects
- National Science Foundation TCUP – Pathways to Indigenous STEM, Planning Grant for Tohono Oʼodham Language Center
- U.S. Department of Agriculture – Endowment, Equity, Extension, and Research Grants, Rural Development Grants
- U.S. Department of Education – CARES Act support through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
- State of Arizona – First Things First: Community of Practice, Transaction Privilege Tax State Construction Needs, Workforce Development
- University of Arizona – A Student’s Journey (ASJ), is a program that is grant funded by the Agnese Nelms Haury Program for Social and Environmental Justice (Haury). It is a joint-collaboration between Tohono O’odham Community College (TOCC) and the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC) at the University of Arizona.