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Giving to NSCC
North Shore Community College's 2015 Student Success Campaign focuses on three critical areas of need to help students succeed. Your gift will support NSCC's efforts to enable students to achieve their academic and career goals.
2015 Student Success Campaign
Lynn Campus Equipment & Furniture
Groundbreaking on the long-awaited wing of the Thomas M. McGee Building is slated to begin in the spring of 2015. However, funds do not cover furniture and equipment.
In 2014, NSCC awarded 187 merit- and need-based scholarships totaling $154,300 to deserving students. For many deserving students, scholarship assistance bridges a critical gap between financial aid and payments out-of-pocket. Your contribution will help us increase our minimum scholarship award to $1,000.
NSCC ENDOWMENT — Building long-term capacity for growth
Help NSCC keep the cost of college affordable, expand facilities, serve more students and shape curriculum to meet 21st century workforce needs.
Witness the Power of Scholarships
Watch the 2015 Scholarship Awards Breakfast Student Speaker Natasha Oliveria talk about how NSCC and the scholarships she received helped her become even more successful!
Anh Dao Tran-Moseman, '88
Anh Dao Tran-Moseman (left) credits Dean of Math & Science Nancy Alberto's mentorship with creating her own dedication to women in non-traditional fields in competitive work places. At almost 20 years old, Anh Dao came to the United States as a refugee from Vietnam with her family. Neither her mother, nor her five siblings spoke English, and her father, a prisoner of war, remained behind. Read more >
Dr. Sheldon Brown
The Professor Sheldon Brown Tolerance Scholarship was created to honor the work of Dr. Sheldon Brown, including 18 years of dedication coordinating and producing 32 thought-provoking Forums on Tolerance. Retired, Dr. Brown is deeply missed, but leaves a legacy of teaching tolerance, embracing diversity, and supporting a learning environment. Read more >
Engineering Science Transfer program
Matthew Wood is achieving his dream of making a better life for himself and his family thanks to grants and generous scholarships such as the Marie C. Riley Memorial Scholarship and a North Shore Technology Council scholarship which supports students in science, technology, engineering and math fields. Read more >
Veteran SAVE Fund
The Veteran Short Notice Aid for Verifiable Emergencies (SAVE) Fund assists student Veterans in short term, unanticipated non-academic emergencies in areas of housing, utilities, transportation, medical and childcare. The purpose of the SAVE fund is to enable student Veterans to overcome an unexpected predicament and remain in school.