ALUMNI

To our NSCC Alumni & Friends,

I can’t even begin to imagine all the ways you and your loved ones have been impacted in these recent days. In the events of COVID-19, we are called to change our routines and plans for the good of others and ourselves, in order to stay healthy and safe.

Here at NSCC, our students, faculty and staff are undergoing huge amounts of change as well. Remote learning is in full force as our campus is closed to the public, and many special functions and gatherings have been postponed in order to protect our students, families and neighbors. Even through times of difficulty, we learn. Our mission remains strong. As we navigate this new territory together, you are an important part of the community that we trust and believe in, and for this we thank you.

Although we are physically apart, we are still very much connected. Our students, faculty and staff could use your support and community during this difficult time. I encourage you to stay connected with us in one of the following ways:

  • Network with both students and fellow alumni by following us on our alumni & friends Facebook page, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Post a video, photo or written message on social media using #NSCCProud.
  • Share words of encouragement to our students by sending well wishes to alumni@NorthwestState.edu.
  • Also, our virtual door at the NSCC Alumni Office is open. Please feel free to reach out to us at alumni@NorthwestState.edu.
No matter what lies ahead, we look forward to getting there with you as a part of our NSCC family. Together, we are #NSCCProud.

With hope and gratitude, Robbin Wilcox Executive Director, NSCC Alumni Association & NSCC Foundation

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NSCC Foundation

Who are we

The NSCC Foundation was established in 1978 to provide support for the students, people and programs of NSCC. For nearly 40 years, the foundation has remained true to its mission to enhance, expand and sustain Northwest State so that NSCC can continue to fulfill its mission of creating opportunities for transformational learning. The NSCC Foundation works diligently to raise much-needed funds for educational opportunities that directly and indirectly impact students.

 

What We Do

The foundation’s endowment earnings and donor contributions have had a great impact on the College. Our investment funds are currently worth $6 million, with the foundation providing over $3 million in gifts to the College over the last 10 years. Our Changing Lives Scholarship Campaign has provided over $2 million in student scholarships, with 2019-2020 awards exceeding $650,000 and assisting more than 300 students.

 

How You Can Help

You can help us equip students with the best resources available, whether it is scholarships, new equipment for training, or new programming. You can help us accomplish our goal.

 

The Northwest State Community College Foundation was established in the 1970s and is a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (c)(3). Foundation financials and/or 990 tax forms are available upon request by contacting Jennifer Thome, CFO at 419.267.1223 or by emailing jthome@NorthwestState.edu.

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As we work to address the needs of the students at NSCC, your support plays a critical role.

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Mission, Vision, Values

Foundation Mission

The mission of the Foundation is to enhance, expand and sustain Northwest State so that it can continue to fulfill its mission of creating opportunities for transformational learning.

The Vision

To secure funds to increase educational opportunities for Northwest State Community College students

Foundation Values

  • Donor stewardship
  • Improving educational opportunities
  • Needs of students
  • Academic excellence
  • Economic growth in our community
  • Life-long learning opportunities
  • Relationship with the College
  • Direct impact to students

Director of Development

Robbin Wilcox
rwilcox@NorthwestState.edu
419.267.1460