The Office of Grants Development (OGD) offers grant writing support to the College's faculty and administration to increase the volume of grant activity, the quality of grant submissions, and the number of grants awarded to the College. 

Mission

The mission of the Office of Grants Development is to increase the volume of grant activity, the quality of grant submissions, and the number of grants awarded to the College.

Services

  • Identification of potential funding sources
  • Assistance with preparing and submitting grant proposals
  • Facilitation of proposal review and approval
  • Dissemination of information about grantwriting and funding sources
  • Publication of periodic grant alerts and an annual grant newsletter
  • Maintenance of a grant writing resources library

Recent Institutional Awards Reports

  • Office of Grants Development 2013-14 Institutional Awards Report (pdf)
  • Office of Grants Development 2012-13 Institutional Awards Report (pdf)
  • Office of Grants Development 2011-12 Institutional Awards Report (pdf
  • Office of Grants Development 2010-11 Institutional Awards Report (pdf)
  • Office of Grants Development 2009-10 Institutional Awards Report (pdf)

Newsletters: 

  • Office of Grants Development 2010-11 newsletter (pdf)
  • Office of Grants Development 2009-10 newsletter (pdf)
  • Office of Grants Development 2008 newsletter (pdf)

Professional Development Day, 2012 Breakout Session Presentations:

  • Breakout Session I: Grant Writing for Community College Faculty (pdf)
  • Breakout Session II: What Grants Can Do for You! (pdf)

Extramurally-Funded Programs Report

  • SCCC Grant-funded Programs Services 2011-12 (pdf)
Grant Submission Form (word doc): Use this form every time you submit a grant application. Multiple signatures are required by the College to confirm that you have permission to conduct this grant project if the funds are awarded.
 
Institutional Review Board (IRB) Policy: Use this link to find information and forms pertaining to the College's IRB policy.  An IRB form will be necessary every time you submit a grant application that involves human subjects.
 

1126 Grant-funded employee request form (fillable pdf form): Use this form to schedule grant-funded personnel.  The 1126 form authorizes a person to work for the number of hours specified.  An 1126 form should be submitted before the employee begins working.  The authorized employee should not work more hours than the 1126 form authorizes.  If you would like an employee to work additional hours for the grant you must submit another 1126 form to authorize the additional hours. Select for more detailed instructions.

Time and Effort (T&E) form (word doc): Use this form to certify the number of hours grant-funded personnel work.  All grant-funded personnel authorized to work by an 1126 and who have performed work for the grant must submit a T&E form certifying their effort.  The number of hours that the T&E form certifies should match the number of hours that the 1126 form has authorized the employee to work and hours actually paid as reported by payroll in the Banner system.  The T&E form must be signed by the employee and countersigned by a supervisor familiar with the employee's effort. T&E forms should be collected by project directors at least once per year, but project directors are encouraged to reconcile T&E at the end of each semester.

More forms will be available here soon.

College Associate Dean
Dr. W. Troy Tucker
(631) 451-4760
tuckerw@sunysuffolk.edu 

Grants Specialist
Dr. Lanette Raymond
(631) 451-4217
raymonl@sunysuffolk.edu 

Grants Analyst
Ryan Soule
(631) 451-4215
souler@sunysuffolk.edu

533 College Road
NFL 12
Selden, NY 11784-2899
Fax: (631) 451-4216

Grant Writing Assistance

If you would like to request the assistance of Office of Grants Development staff in preparing and submitting your grant or contract proposal, please contact OGD at least one month before the deadline and provide a near-final draft of the proposal narrative and budget within 3 weeks of the deadline. On a first-come, first-served basis, we can provide grants planning workshops (storyboarding sessions) and assistance in constructing portions of the introduction, budget, and budget justification.

 

 Type of Grant

Recommended Planning Horizon 

Recommended Writing Time 

Federal grants 

8 months to one year (or more) 

3-6 months 

NYS grants 

6-8 months (if possible, before RFP/RFA) 

1-2 months