The Century College Foundation
The Century College Foundation is a private 501(c)(3) organization that serves as the philanthropic arm of Century College. Each year, our generous benefactors make gifts to support our mission to develop the vitality and prosperity of our students, college, and community to succeed in a changing world.
The Century College Foundation is proud to provide support to our students in a variety of ways, from scholarships for tuition and books to one-time emergency grants through the Acts of Kindness program.
Donations to the Century College Foundation are vitally important in this challenging economy. That’s why we are turning to individuals, corporations, and foundations for help in maintaining the quality of student learning and making the dream of a college education affordable to all students.
Areas of Need
There are many ways you can help students succeed, including:
Century’s Greatest Need
Donations to this fund support student needs and program administration.
The Century College Foundation awards more than $300,000 annually in student scholarships. If you’re interested in helping Century College students attain their educational goals, you may want to consider establishing a scholarship. Click here to see a list of Century College Scholarships. Click here: (https://www.century.edu/cost-financial-aid/scholarships) to see the scholarship schedule and currently open scholarship opportunities.
Acts of Kindness
Through the Acts of Kindness program, the Foundation helps students in crises stay in college instead of dropping out.
The Foundation accepts in-kind gifts for equipment and supplies for several programs, including nursing, dental, interior design, automotive, paramedics, theatre, and orthotics and prosthetics.
Types of Gifts
Consider the following types of gifts which can benefit you, our students, and the Foundation:
- Gifts in kind
- Life insurance
- Gift annuities
- Matching gifts
If you wish to help secure the future of the Century College Foundation through a special arrangement, don’t hesitate to contact the foundation office at 651-779-3338.