Partnership for College Completion (EIN: 81-3500697) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2016 to champion policies and practices that increase college completion and eliminate degree completion disparities for low-income, first generation, and students of color in Illinois – particularly Black and Latinx students. PCC envisions a state where equitable opportunities to access and complete a college education lead to greater degree attainment, racial equity and socioeconomic mobility for Illinoisans.
With its vision for system-level reform and institutional change, PCC executes a three- part strategy in pursuit of its goals:
- Supporting colleges directly in their change efforts (college and university partnerships)
- Advocating for effective local, state, and national legislation & policy (public policy)
- Increasing public dialogue on college outcomes (public awareness)
Indirect Cost Policy
Partnership for College Completion does not provide an indirect cost recovery for project costs on all project agreements, grants, or subgrants.
Partnership for College Completion does not provide an indirect cost recovery for project costs related to consultants, researchers, and other experts who may contract with PCC from time to time on specific initiatives.
Should you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact Lisa Castillo Richmond at email@example.com, (773) 340-9087.