Annual FundWhat happens to a dream EMPOWERED
Donors to the Annual Fund for Monroe Community College generate inspiring results for MCC students each year. With your gift we are rewarded each time we witness the transformative impact public education has on students, families and employers.
Support the 2015–2016 Annual Fund for Monroe Community College today!
- Empower a young student whose family cannot afford to send him to school. With your gift, you open the door to the possibility of a new career to an adult who has lost her job and needs new skills and education to start down a new career path.
- Enable students to believe in themselves, gain the knowledge they need to succeed, and grow in their ability to make a positive impact on this community.
- Awaken the exciting possibilities that lie within a student, and when you invest in their educational future, you touch not only that student, but the community as a whole. Not only are you providing critical support for a student, you are impacting the future of our community. An educated population is one that will move Rochester forward to a better future—one filled with exciting possibilities for growth and prosperity.
Learn how MCC's faculty and staff support the Annual Fund
MCC's faculty and staff experience first-hand the positive impact the Annual Fund makes on our students and programs. Our dedicated faculty and staff are strong supporters of the Annual Fund. Learn more.
Thank you for believing in MCC!
Each gift to the Annual Fund for Monroe Community College creates opportunities for students—through scholarships, faculty enrichment programs, funding for educational equipment and seed money for innovative programs. Thanks to generous supporters like you, the MCC Foundation can provide scholarships and assistance to students who need help meeting the cost of their education.
Annual Fund Giving Societies
STABINS' SOCIETY $5,000+
Named for the board chairman called “The Father of MCC,” a person who held an unparalleled role in the establishment and growth of the college within the Rochester community. Stabins’ Society members’ gifts ensure the continued health and advancement of the college and ultimately affect the high quality of life our community enjoys
PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE OF HONOR $2,500+ Unrestricted
The President’s Circle of Honor is a special circle of individuals, businesses and private foundations who share a common passion for Monroe Community College. They make a meaningful difference by providing leadership level unrestricted support to the Annual Fund with a generous contribution of $2,500 or more. Unrestricted support is vital to the success of our students filling a void that could not otherwise be filled and providing much-needed support funding special initiatives and addressing areas of greatest need.
PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE $1,000 - $4,999
President’s Circle members help realize the promise of Monroe Community College by providing deserving students with the means to attain an excellent education and ultimately contribute to our community. A gift at this level can pay for a third or more of one student’s annual tuition.
MONROE COUNCIL $500 - $999
The Monroe Council provides a unique opportunity for MCC alumni and friends to support the college’s mission “to provide a high quality learning environment to a diverse community.” Monroe Council members help the college to grow by investing in individual student success, quality learning environments, instructional excellence and educational outreach throughout the region.
DEAN'S LIST $250 - $499
Dean’s List members provide the critical support MCC students need to be successful. Their important annual gifts encourage innovations in curricular design, program quality and faculty enrichment. Members enhance almost every facet of academic and student life across MCC’s primary and satellite campuses.
MCC ASSOCIATES $100 - $249
Your gift at the MCC Associates level can help Monroe Community College students benefit from an exceptional college experience. Your unrestricted gift can help the college respond to individual student needs where it is needed most.
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