Employee Giving Campaign

Thank you for a successful 2019 CCBC Employee Giving Campaign!

Through our collective efforts, the 2019 Employee Giving Campaign was a tremendous success. Special thanks to the generosity of the 413 CCBC employees who answered the call – or email – to transform students’ lives. Together we contributed $144,608 far exceeding our $120,000 goal. Congratulations on a job well done!!

Funding to CCBC’s Employee Giving Campaign:
  • Increases scholarship opportunities for students.
  • Help raise critical funds for student emergencies such as housing assistance, child care, transportation and more.
  • Strengthens academic programs and professional development for faculty and staff. 

When we give together, we can change the world and transform lives!

1. The Mark McColloch Academic Excellence Prize

Established in honor of our dear friend and colleague, Mark McColloch whose distinguished career at CCBC sets students on pathways to success and academic achievement. This fund will support an academic department or program that exemplifies excellence in teaching and learning.

The Mark McColloch Academic Excellence Prize funds can be used for a variety of academic purposes including:
  • Program development (curriculum development and training)
  • Equipment purchase
  • Professional development (attending conferences, attaining professional certification, travel, etc.)
  • Providing support for students (field trips, transportation, books, fees for academic conferences, etc.)
  • Program promotion (marketing items such as banners, brochures, give-a-ways to prospective students, etc.)

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2. Carol D. Eustis Center for Health Professions

Honoring the legacy of Dean Carol Eustis, funding will support state-of-the-art technology that will significantly enhance our students’ preparedness for career success in Nursing and Allied Health.

3. The CCBC Impact Fund

Allows CCBC the opportunity to be more flexible and responsive to its approach to strengthen campus programs, upgrade facilities, address student needs, and support operations.

Totals raised in 2019 by campus

Catonsville: $42,327
Dundalk: $48,246
Essex: $51,085
Owings Mills & Randallstown: $2,950

Overall total: $144,608