The mission of the Beaufort County Community College Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the college in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.
How can you donate?
It’s easy to give to the BCCC Foundation. A donation is an investment that contributes to the future and success of our students. For additional information about making a gift to the BCCC Foundation, please contact Serena Sullivan, Executive Director of the Foundation at (252)940-6326 or email her at email@example.com. The Foundation Office is located on the campus of BCCC at 5337 US Hwy 264 East, Building 1, Room 113, Washington, North Carolina 27889.
Scholarships and Endowments
Delta Kappa Gamma Society Scholarship
The Alpha Omega Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society is giving a $200 scholarship to an eligible student who will graduate this year. To be qualified to apply for the scholarship, the student must be currently enrolled at Beaufort County Community College in the Early Childhood Program and have financial need.
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Other Scholarships and Endowments
ALICE AGNEW ENDOWMENT
Alice L. Collis Agnew's children Tom, Jo, Beth, Chris, Virgil, and Mary established this endowment in 2006. Mrs. Agnew and her family were so impressed with the quality of care she had received in the Beaufort County Nursing Home that they decided to use the endowment's earnings to provide a scholarship with preference given to a nursing assistant who wants to further their career in a medical field.
BOBBY ANDREWS ENDOWMENT
Established in 2000 in honor of Bobby Andrews and his long career in coaching women's and girls' softball, the scholarships are made available to women who have played in the Washington Girls' Softball League, and are planning to attend BCCC.
ARCHBELL / WILKINSON ENDOWMENT
Established in 1990 by Mr. John A. Wilkinson, in memory of his uncle, Mr. J.E. Archbell (a leader in the tobacco industry), this endowment is now used to fund the BCCC Ambassador program, FFA scholarships, staff and faculty excellence awards, and continuing education tuition for faculty. Wilkinson, who resided in Pantego, was a prominent lawyer who valued the immense power of education. He was a leader in contributing to the Foundation and was among the first donors to start an endowment. The Wilkinson Endowment seeks to promote and reward excellence.
JAMES FRANKLIN AND HANNAH ROBERSON BAGWELL ENDOWMENT
Established in 1997, this endowment funds annual scholarships in memory of William Riley and Rosa Watson Roberson and William "Bill" Roberson Bagwell. The recipients of these awards must be high school or GED graduates enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program, must demonstrate financial need, and must show academic promise.
SHEREDA BAILEY ENDOWMENT
Shereda Bailey was a promising young BCCC nursing student who died unexpectedly in 2006 - just three weeks before graduation. Shereda's mother, Sheila Rogers, combined memorials raised by Shereda's fellow nursing students, and funds raised by family and friends, to start an endowment in her beloved daughter's memory. The scholarship is awarded to deserving nursing students under the age of twenty-five.
BCCC TRUSTEE ENDOWMENT
Established in 1996 by the BCCC Board of Trustees to generate an annual scholarship, it is awarded to a full-time student enrolled in a curriculum program. The recipient must demonstrate financial need, leadership ability, and have a GPA of 3.0 or above.