Investing in Student Success
Student success and academic excellence are hallmarks of Scottsdale Community College. Even with our low tuition at $97 per credit hour, many students attending SCC do so on a limited budget, and some never make it through the registration process due to financial hardship and inability to pay. We want every student with a desire to attend college to have that option, regardless of their financial situation. That’s where you come in. Generous donations from alumni, employees, community members, businesses and foundations make attending college possible for students from all walks of life. As part of the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, SCC is seeking investment for our general scholarship fund and for initiatives to support and enhance innovation, academic excellence and student success.
Millions of dollars of need goes unmet each year…your gift will help close that gap. Thank you.
Ways You Can Help
Your tax-deductible gift to SCC's General Scholarship Fund or to one of the initiatives described above will provide much needed support for students faced with financial obstacles.
Here are additional ways that you can make a difference in the life of a student:
- Support the Annual Scholarship Fund:
Gifts made to the Annual Scholarship Fund are used to provide immediate scholarship support for students.
- Support the Endowed Scholarship Fund:
Gifts made to the Endowed Scholarship Fund are used to generate perpetual income to fund student scholarships.
- Join the President's Club ($1,000+):
Annual gifts of $1,000 or more received during the calendar year qualifies you as a President's Club member and recognized at SCC's annual President's Club celebration.
- Endow a scholarship in your name:
A gift of $10,000 or more, which can be funded over time, establishes a perpetual scholarship.
- Remember SCC in your Will:
Planned gifts can carry on your philanthropic legacy and provide educational support for deserving students.
Types of Gifts Accepted:
- Real Estate
- Life Insurance
- Personal Property