With state contributions diminishing, private donations are a crucial component in the academic journey. Donations allow DCTC students to meet their financial needs and stay enrolled in school. Along with tuition, costly books and supplies, rent or mortgage payments, groceries, gas and transportation, childcare, and unforeseen expenses can derail students on the path to graduation. With your generous support, the Foundation provides students with financial resources to overcome barriers and reach their educational and professional goals. Every student forced to give up on their education because of a financial hardship represents a social and economic setback for our community as a whole.”
Donors provide scholarships, emergency grant assistance, and academic program support. These contributions help DCTC retrain displaced workers, offer a fresh start for individuals seeking self-sufficiency, and give students critical support during crisis. Our graduates bring technical expertise, creativity, and drive to the workforce and, ultimately, give back to the communities where they live and work. Explore the various ways you can support our students.
2020-2021 Scholarship Donor & Recipient Event
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More than 90 percent of our student body qualifies for financial aid. Student success depends directly on your generosity and the support you give to the DCTC Foundation's fundraising efforts.
Your contribution allows us to respond to the needs of students who are serious about their education. Our graduates give back to their communities and enrich the lives of the people they know.
Keeping students in school through difficult financial times often spells the difference between having a great job or standing in an unemployment line.
Our foundation proudly offers recruitment and merit scholarships, which are given to students who excel in their chosen field. DCTC educates students for employment. That's our mission and our success stories create stronger, more prosperous communities.
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