CCC Foundation, Inc.

Donors as of February 17, 2017 AGI, Inc. AT&T Lorraine Alexander Anonymous Contributions Roberta Anthony Emily Arey Greg Arrowood Bailey Endowment Hoyt Q. Bailey Baldor Foundation Bank of the Ozarks Julia and David S. Banks, Sr. Deedi Barry Frank and Mary Beam Herman and Margaret Best Kyrin Billinsky Pam Boling Better World Books Thom and Sherri Black Fred and Nancy...
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Reach New Heights: When the power goes out who do you call?

Even our simplest routines can be interrupted when our electricity goes out. Our lives are largely dependent on our electricity working every time we flip a switch or press a button. When a powerline goes down due to weather, an accident, or a fallen tree, who are the people behind the scenes that we depend on to restore our lost power? The unsung heroes we so highly depend on to keep our...
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Education is a Journey. Don’t Travel Alone.

We recognize that all of our students need a little encouragement and advice from time to time. Therefore, we have two centers on campus with professional staff who are eager to help. The Student Success Center and the Advising Center provide students with direction and support as they enter the college environment. Our new students begin planning their college journey with an academic advisor...

Applying For Financial Aid Is Easier Than You Think

Why is filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) important? illing out the FAFSA is the first step in getting federal money, including Pell Grants and work-study jobs at your college. Nearly 20 million FAFSA filers get access to federal grants each year – the vast majority of American college students. Yeah, it’s kind of a big deal. Every student should apply The...
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Serving Those Who Served Us

The veteran population is growing at Cleveland Community College. More than 100 students used Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits during the 2016-2017 school year. In addition to veterans and active military members, family members such as dependents and spouses may take advantage of this opportunity if a parent/spouse is totally disabled or deceased due to a service-connected disability. [caption...

Ready or Not There Is Life After High School – Be Prepared!

Career and College Promise prepares high school students for life after high school Are you a motivated high school student? Do want a head start on college or career training? Do you want FREE college tuition? With Career and College Promise, you can work toward your high school graduation while also earning FREE college credit toward a certificate, diploma, associate degree or bachelor’s...
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