Transforming The Future
How would you change Centennial College with $100,000?
Every year we pledge up to $100,000 to support projects to transform the future of Centennial College. All you have to do is put together a proposal for an initiative that you feel will make a difference for years to come. We review all of the submissions and fund the very best ideas. The opportunity is open to all Centennial College students, faculty, and staff.
Applications open January 31st
You can submit your proposal online below for this next round of Transforming the Future funding. The deadline to do so is Feb 28th. It is an open format proposal, but each submission must include:
- An anticipated project budget including any anticipated ongoing maintenance costs and any other funding sources secured or required.
- An anticipated timeline.
- A detailed roll-out plan including promotional plans.
- An exploration of the impact that the project will have on the college community with particular attention to the impact on students
Following a vetting process for feasibility, all selected proposals are submitted to the CCSAI Board of Directors for their review and final decision. Applicants will be invited to present their proposals to the Board as required.
Submissions due: February 28th
Please note that not all winning projects will be funded in full, the CCSAI Board of Directors reserves the right to allocate funding in a manner that can enable the broadest positive impact possible.
Recent Transforming The Future Projects
Here are just a few recent Transforming The Future projects that you can see for yourself around our campuses. In addition to these the TTF program has also recently added Take-A-Book/Leave-A-Book boxes, 100% recycled material outdoor seating for Ashtonbee and SAC, and will be adding bicycle repair stations at each campus.
Everyday more and more research informs us of how important proper rest and recovery are to help us perform at our best. Our students lead incredibly busy lives with full time class loads, often multiple part time jobs, and family responsibilities. They don’t always have the opportunity to get the rest they need. These new pods are designed to help you into a mindful relaxation and sleep for 20 minutes to help you mentally recharge to excel at your next challenge.
Located just outside the Residence and Event Centre, these elevated gardens are planted, tended and harvested by our culinary arts students. Not only does it provide a learning opportunity, it also provides produce and herbs for all of our food service operations on campus.
Mobile Device Charging Stations
Much of our lives are enable by or take place on our mobile devices. One of the needs we hear about consistently from students is the need for secure places to charge their devices. Each of the units feature 8 lockable bays for students to use.