NSCC Foundation presents donation


Record-setting check over $1 million

The NSCC Foundation presented the Board of Trustees a check for $1,139,450 at Friday’s meeting. Pictured, from left, are NSCC Board of Trustees Chair Lisa McClure, NSCC President Dr. Todd Hernandez, NSCC Foundation Board Chair Peter Beck and NSCC Executive Director of Development/Foundation Robbin Wilcox.

The NSCC Foundation presented the Board of Trustees a check for $1,139,450 at Friday’s meeting. Pictured, from left, are NSCC Board of Trustees Chair Lisa McClure, NSCC President Dr. Todd Hernandez, NSCC Foundation Board Chair Peter Beck and NSCC Executive Director of Development/Foundation Robbin Wilcox.


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After roll call, Robbin Wilcox, NSCC Executive Director for Development & NSCC Foundation and Foundation Board Chair Peter Beck presented the Northwest State Community College Board of Trustees with a record-setting check in the amount of $1,139,450 at Friday’s meeting. The money is designated for student scholarships, equipment, outreach programs and student support efforts.

Over $7 million has been provided through the generosity of businesses and individuals who have supported the Foundation over the past 10 years. Beck applauded the generosity of individuals and businesses who have donated to the NSCC Foundation, for helping make this presentation possible. Beck also gave kudos to Robbin Wilcox for her tireless work in raising funds and awareness to help aid student success.

The NSCC Foundation has approximately 30 board and committee members representing Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, Van Wert and Williams counties. Additional information on the NSCC Foundation can be found online at NorthwestState.edu/foundation/.

In other action, the Board:

· Approved the promotion of Michael Foreman to Acting Chief of Police and Ashlyn Cox to Director of Financial Aid.

· Approved the employment of Dr. Tiffany Ludwig for Dean of Nursing and Allied Health, Dr. Jon Tomlinson for Dean of Van Wert Campus, Krista Maassel for bookstore clerk retail and food service assistant, and Shantelle Cline for campus police officer.

· Approved the renewal of probationary faculty and non-teaching faculty contracts.

· Approved the 2022-2023 budget.

· Approved the 2022-2023 student fees.

· Approved salary increases for part-time faculty – initial placement on a pay scale will be determined by current criteria of academic degree held, and work experience, and advancement on the scale is determined by number of credit hours taught .

· Approved a new policy – Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

· Approved the College Master Plan (prioritizing deferred maintenance needs and optimizing academic spaces to enhance student experience and increase student success).

· Approved Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) Completion Plan.

· Approved miscellaneous employment contracts, and nine resignations.

The NSCC Foundation presented the Board of Trustees a check for $1,139,450 at Friday’s meeting. Pictured, from left, are NSCC Board of Trustees Chair Lisa McClure, NSCC President Dr. Todd Hernandez, NSCC Foundation Board Chair Peter Beck and NSCC Executive Director of Development/Foundation Robbin Wilcox.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/06/web1_Foundation-check-media-1.jpgThe NSCC Foundation presented the Board of Trustees a check for $1,139,450 at Friday’s meeting. Pictured, from left, are NSCC Board of Trustees Chair Lisa McClure, NSCC President Dr. Todd Hernandez, NSCC Foundation Board Chair Peter Beck and NSCC Executive Director of Development/Foundation Robbin Wilcox. Photo provided
Record-setting check over $1 million