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Campus Heritage Grants

NOTE: The final grants for this initiative were awarded in 2007.

Campus Heritage Grants were designed to assist colleges and universities in the United States in managing and preserving the integrity of their significant historic buildings, sites, and landscapes. Projects supported through this special initiative focused on the research and survey of historic resources, preparation of preservation master plans, and development of detailed conservation assessments.

Since 2002, the Campus Heritage Initiative has supported preservation efforts for 86 historic campuses across the country; nationwide surveys of independent colleges and of historically black universities and colleges; and a national conference on campus preservation issues. The initiative has awarded grants totaling more than $13.5 million.



Examples of Campus Heritage Grants

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2007

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2006

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2005

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2004

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2003

Campus Heritage Grants Awarded - 2002


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