With 12 million Americans enrolling in community colleges each year, the community is fortunate to have a local treasure in St. Charles Community College. SCC removes common barriers to degree attainment for students by providing an affordable, high-quality education to St. Charles County citizens and beyond.
Since our inception in 1992, more than $1.3 million has been awarded because of the continued generosity of individuals, corporations and civic organizations. Check out some of our success stories and make sure to read through some of SCC's general success stories. Both pages will speak to the impact that SCC makes in our community.
There are many ways to be a part of the adventure and we encourage you to find a path that fits your passion. For more information, click on "How to Give" or contact the Foundation Office at 636-922-8278. It would be our pleasure to speak with you.
Whatever the level of gift, time and/or treasure, your investment helps to ensure that a higher-education opportunity remains within reach for more members of this community, which in turn strengthens our local workforce so that our businesses can continue to compete in a global marketplace.
To view a current list of our supporters, check out the Foundation Annual Report. Or, the next time you are on campus, stop by Administration Building foyer to view the donor wall.
“You can’t even realize what my scholarship means to me …”
Shantell Behnke, dreams of becoming a psychologist
“… I’m just grateful that there are people out there who care enough …”
Kimberly VanCamp, dreams of becoming a speech pathologist
“… On behalf of the thousands of students whose learning experiences are forever enriched, thank you!”
Cindy Strodtman, learning specialist & tutor program coordinator
“… We were able to purchase 70 graphing calculators so students who could not afford to buy them, would have what they need …”
Callie Daniels, professor, mathematics & statistics
To improve the quality of life in our community by securing private and public funds to strengthen educational and cultural opportunities, and to enhance community awareness of the College and the Foundation.
The 19th annual Presidents Classic Golf Scramble will be held on Sept. 28, 2015, at Old Hickory Golf Club.
Read the latest Foundation Annual Report.