New York State Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program
The Higher Education Capital (“HECap”) Matching Grant Program (the “HECap Program”) (established by Part U of Chapter 57 of the Laws of 2005, as amended by Chapter 63 of the Laws of 2005, as amended, together, the “HECap Act”) provides $180 million in matching capital grants (“HECap Grants”) to finance capital projects and equipment purchases by independent institutions of higher learning in New York State (each a “College”).
The HECap Program is governed by the HECap Board (the “Board”). The initial meeting of the HECap Board was held on January 15, 2008, and the By-laws as well as other operable documents were adopted. DASNY acts as staff to the Board. The Board is comprised of three persons appointed by the Governor, one of whom is appointed upon the recommendation of the Temporary President of the Senate, and one of whom is appointed upon the recommendation of the Speaker of the Assembly. The HECap Act empowers and directs the Board to approve or deny applications received from Colleges for HECap Grants and to award such Grants totaling $180 million dollars.
The current HECap Board Members consist of:
- Mr. Robert F. Mujica
- Hon. Deborah J. Glick
- Ms. Lisa Clare Kombrink
The HECap Program awards matching capital Grants to Colleges for the design, acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or equipping of a facility on or near a college campus within the State, including critical academic facilities, economic development and/or high technology projects, and urban renewal and/or historical preservation projects that would enhance the programmatic offerings or the student life at the College or provide economic development benefits to the area surrounding such college campus.
Board Meetings February 4, 2016 Public Notice of Meeting
- Agenda | PDF January 22, 2016 Notice of Cancellation of Meeting January 22, 2016 - Public Notice of Meeting
October 29, 2014 - Public Notice of Meeting - Agenda | PDF
Board meetings will be scheduled as necessary to accomplish the required tasks.