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  • The PCC Foundation
  • Graduates
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    PCC Foundation Office
    900 W. Orman Avenue
    Pueblo, CO 81004
    719-549-3303

    Executive Director
    Martha Simmons
    Davis Academic Building
    Room 194
    Martha.Simmons@pueblocc.edu

  • You have the POWER to help change lives

    The Foundation's Mission: To provide funding to Pueblo Community College and its students through Foundation approved fund raising activities for student scholarships and special needs identified by the College.

    The Pueblo Community College Foundation services all of the PCC campuses — Pueblo, Fremont, and our new Southwest Colorado Community College campuses — we bring positive changes to the lives of individuals, families and our communities!

    The Foundation supports the College in areas that are not supported by taxes, tuition, or grants and raises funds to provide assistance to PCC students.

    The Pueblo Community College Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) (3) entity. As such, tax-deductible gifts of cash, securities, personal and/or real property are welcomed. All gifts are used to achieve the stated mission of the Foundation, which is to support scholarship and programs at Pueblo Community College. As you review some of the ways to chart your personal gifting and planned giving strategies, please keep the Pueblo Community College Foundation in mind. It is an opportunity to make a major impact on the lives of current and future students.

    A Donor Wall has been established to recognize our loyal PCC supporters. Individuals and corporations that share their support are listed in the PCC Foundation’s annual report as follows:

    President’s Circle
    $1,000,000 and above
    Legacy
    $500,000 - $999,999
    Presidential
    $100,000 - $499,999
    Benefactor
    $25,000 - $99,999
    Patron 
    $10,000 - $24,999
    Associate
    $5,000 - $9,999
    Friend 
    $1,000 - $4,999


  • Rikki-Moore

    CONTINUED EDUCATION
    With a 4.5 high school GPA, Rikki Moore decided to participate in PCC’s Early College program to earn her associates of general studies degree. Because of her PCC degree, Moore was classified as a junior when accepted to the University of Denver as a Sociology Major.