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The Nash Community College Foundation, Inc. was established in 1983 to increase community awareness, raise funds for the student scholarship program, and to help meet the needs of Nash Community College. These resources ensure that deserving students have the financial capability to take advantage of the quality instruction and higher educational opportunities the College provides.
Though the College’s tuition is considered to be reasonable, scholarships are critical to helping many students who wish to attend college but have very limited resources. Nash Community College receives hundreds of scholarship applications each year but is only able to assist a limited number of students. As the cost of education continues to rise, more scholarships are needed to truly make the difference in helping students reach their personal and professional goals.
The Culinary Arts and Medical Assisting students at Nash Community College (NCC) are coming together in a way that would make Greek philosopher, Socrates proud. After approval of a recent grant from the NCC Foundation, the two classes are uniting[…]Read more...
Leroy (Roy) Jones Early twentieth century American philosopher, John Dewey said, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” No truer words could be used to describe the life of a man who used the power of education[…]Read more...
Providence Bank Vice President and Nash Community College Foundation Board Director Lyn Brown is thanked by Nash Community College Student Ambassadors Shiloh Burch (left) and Kabryn Mattison (right) for her leadership and support in raising funds for the 2015 Nash[…]Read more...
Duke Energy and Nash Community College (NCC) have announced a $249,926 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation. The funds will be used to develop the NCC Robotics Training Lab. The Lab will feature hands-on robotics training in process and logistics[…]Read more...
As space is vacated at Nash Community College when programs move into the new Continuing Education and Public Services Building, the College will be able to expand its offerings in existing facilities. One new program, Brewing, Distillation and Fermentation, starting[…]Read more...
Nash Community College has designated Saturday, May 2, 2015 as a day to raise money enabling hard working students to pay for college through student scholarships. The Inaugural Nash Community College Run for Knowledge 5K will be held on campus[…]Read more...
Nash Community College is indeed fortunate to have Craig Worthy, longtime community advocate, to direct the 2015 Foundation Campaign. The campaign began March 12th with 27 members of the Foundation Board of Directors canvassing the community to help meet the[…]Read more...
A lobby on the first floor of the NCC Continuing Education and Public Services Building, set to open this year, will be named in honor of contributions to the College by West Mount Ruritan Club and Duke K.I.D.S. (Kids In[…]Read more...
New Multipurpose Room Brings Flexibility to Public Safety Courses During a recent board meeting, Nash Community College Trustees toured the Continuing Education and Public Services Building. Students enrolled in Emergency Medical Services, Fire and Law Enforcement programs will utilize the multipurpose[…]Read more...
The 25th Annual Nash Community College Foundation Student Scholarship Golf Classic was held at Benvenue Country Club in Rocky Mount on October 2, 2014 with 124 golfers participating. The tournament raised over $30,000 for student scholarships. 2014 Tournament Chair, Phil[…]Read more...
Did you know that opportunities exist to form a lasting bond with Nash Community College?
Your name and generosity will always be remembered when you make a planned gift that will last beyond your lifetime. In addition to the satisfaction that comes from investing in the future of our community through the advancement of education, you may realize significant tax and real estate planning benefits.
Bequests to the Nash Community College Foundation will reduce the size of your taxable estate while helping a worthy cause. A bequest may include specific property, a percentage of the estate, and/or the remainder of the estate after other bequests have been fulfilled.
Life Insurance Policies may be given outright, dividends may be assigned, or the NCC Foundation may be listed as a beneficiary of the policy.
Securities and Real Estate – Gifts of appreciated securities, stock, or real estate can be a very advantageous way of giving to the NCC Foundation. If you have owned the stock or property for more than one year, you may deduct the fair market value and avoid all capital gain taxes.
For information on making stock transfers directly into the NCC Foundation account please contact:
NCC Foundation Contact Information