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Child care equals opportunity
Supporting Tompkins Cortland's need to expand.
A new childcare center would improve access and bolster academic quality at the College.

‘I want to go everywhere.’
– Sam Trotman, Greater Ithaca Innkeepers Scholarship recipient
Hotel and Restaurant Management
Programs that inspire, with the practical skills and foundation needed to succeed.

Why we give
Turning passion into reality
From Newark Valley to Cornell to Nepal, Justine Lewis succeeded with Foundation support.
Farm to Bistro

Cultivating the
College's pioneering spirit

The Foundation makes innovation possible as evidenced by Farm to Bistro at the College.
College Farm: A Community Mission

A Community Mission
Fostering connections to the College's mission
Donors can target specific needs and desires with scholarships that ensure our students succeed.
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our students have courage

Some of them are the first in their families to go to college. Some of them take time from their families and jobs. Some of them have lost their careers to change. But they have all made the choice to invent a new future for themselves.

It takes courage to invent.
It takes resources to succeed.

That is where you come in.

THE MISSION of the Tompkins Cortland Community College Foundation is to secure resources to enhance the learning opportunities for students of the College. That means, quite simply, every dollar matters.

Support Success: Donate Onlilne

Annual Report

The Foundation 2015 Annual Report is now available for those who would like a copy. Contact Julie Gerg by phone at 607.844.8222, Ext. 4401 or by email to receive your copy.

2016 Distinguished Alumni

Tompkins Cortland Community College and the Foundation wish to recognize each year those alums who have distinguished themselves in their careers and their service to their communities. Honorees are recognized at the College's Commencement ceremony in May.

The 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award was presented to Roger Moorehouse. Roger has two degrees from the College (Food Service and Computer Technology) which he has parlayed into a successful career as a team leader for customer support and food service software at The CBORD Group. He has been active in the community, serving as chair leader with the Relay for Life for nine years, helping raise more than $500,000 for the charity. Roger also volunteers with the SPCA and is active in leading food distribution efforts through his church.

Childcare Project

Childcare Center Project
The College is seeking to construct a new stand-alone childcare center on campus in order to expand access to affordable childcare and support the academic mission of the College more completely.