⚠LCC is operating - we're just doing things differently.
Due to an extension of the 'Stay at Home' order, LCC will continue to operate remotely through May 31. Medical Assisting, Nursing, Machining and Welding will resume limited lab activity on May 5. Applications for emergency funding assistance are still being accepted. - Learn More.
We hope you and your families are doing well and staying healthy. We are concerned and moved by the stories of students being affected by this pandemic and would like to share one with you. LCC students are being challenged with basic needs, like child care, food insecurity, housing, utilities, transportation, and access.
One student shares, "I need food. I don't know how else to explain this. In the next couple days I'm going to have no food. I've already been eating one small meal a day so that my fiancé, who is diabetic, can eat. Without food I won't be able to continue with college, it doesn't matter how much I want to continue. Cause and effect. Somehow nutrition is required for brain cells to function correctly, who knew?!” ~Current LCC student
Consider a donation to the Student Success Fund or the Food Pantry today!
The College Success Fund supported the purchase of a CNC Plasma cutting machine for welding students. This state of the art equipment integrates the use of computers for pattern cutting technology giving students an introduction to equipment they will be exposed to, on the job, meeting the needs of the modern workforce.
LCC Welding Instructor
“Foundation grants provide the college an opportunity to promote interest in the Sciences to students from Washington and Oregon that may not normally think of a career or education in a wide variety of STEM topics. LCC’s Science Olympiad event has annually exposed over 5,000 middle school and high school students to the sciences and the LCC campus over the last 10 years. The funding provided helps support volunteers, provides equipment and supplies for the event.”
LCC Business Faculty
The College Success fund provided an opportunity to purchase furnishings for LCC’s Veteran Resource Center. All of the veterans and dependents agree that the veterans’ center has become much more comfortable and inviting. Fall quarter we have seen and huge increase in the number of veteran and dependent students who are spending time in the center as a result. This has led to our veterans and dependents making stronger connections with LCC staff and other veteran and dependent students.
Leszek I. Cromwell MSW,
Veterans Club Advisor (USN)
We value your participation and know that together we can create a brighter future for our students through excellence in education. The LCC Foundation has provided nearly $900,000 annually in scholarships to students and program support to the college.
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Please print and complete this form, and mail or deliver in person to the Foundation Office.
Visit us in person at the Foundation Office located in the Administration Building (ADM).
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Make check payable to:
Lower Columbia College Foundation
Lower Columbia College Foundation
P.O. Box 3010
Longview, WA 98632
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Yearly giving campaign sponsored by The Daily News to raise funds for The Student Success Fund.
Yearly day of giving campaign created by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington.
We look forward to hearing from you! Make an appointment by calling (360) 442-2130. Walk-ins welcome during regular business hours. The Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your gifts are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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