Demonstrate your commitment to education, leave a lasting legacy on HCC’s campus, and most importantly, make a major impact on students. From placing an engraved brick on campus to naming a building, your contribution towards a naming opportunity will be seen by thousands of students, staff, faculty, and community members who pass through HCC’s campus each week. One hundred percent of gifts go to support the scholarship, endowment or program of your choice. To learn more about naming opportunities please contact Missy Mattey, HCC Educational Foundation Executive Director at 443-518-1970.
Science Engineering and Technology Building Named Space
Named spaces are currently available for HCC’s newest building! In the fall of 2017 science, engineering and technology students began studying in HCC’s 145,300 square foot Science, Engineering, and Technology building. The college has seen double the amount of students enrolling in STEM degrees as compared to the college’s other fields of study. As the nation faces a critical workforce shortage, the new building will help HCC address the need for trained cyber and STEM professionals. The total cost of design and construction for the SET is provided by capital funding from the State of Maryland and Howard County. Therefore, 100% of gifts the HCC Educational Foundation receives for the named space opportunities in the SET go directly to assist HCC students. Named Space opportunities start at $1,500. Click here to learn more.
Health Sciences Building Named Space
There are only a few named spaces left! HCC’s future healthcare professionals were thrilled to enter the new Health Science Building for the first time in 2013. The addition of new faculty, advanced technology, and lab space has greatly assisted in allowing the new and existing health sciences programs to flourish. The total cost of design and construction for the HSB was provided by capital funding from the State of Maryland and Howard County. Therefore, 100% of gifts the HCC Educational Foundation receives for the named space opportunities in the HSB go directly to assist HCC students. Named space opportunities start at $2,500. Learn more, or contact the Foundation Office at 443-518-1970.
Smith Theatre Seats
You can become a permanent part of The Smith Theatre through this exciting opportunity to name a seat!
Your $500 contribution will be recognized with an engraved seat plaque where you can declare your support for the arts, honor a friend or colleague, remember a loved one or even celebrate a life event. The Smith Theatre plays a vital role in the community as home to Rep Stage, HCC’s in-house professional theatre company, and as a valuable space used by the college, students, and partner organizations. Proceeds from your contribution will support Rep Stage’s efforts to continue to bring high quality innovative theatre to Howard County.
Click here to order your seat online by credit card or contact the HCC Educational Foundation at 443-518-1970.
You can become a permanent part of HCC’s campus with an engraved brick placed on campus!
Your $90 contribution will be recognized with an engraved brick placed in HCC’s quad where you can declare your support for HCC, honor a friend or colleague, remember a loved one or even celebrate a life event. Hundreds of faculty, staff, students and community members walk through HCC’s Quad every single day. A gift brick is a great way to honor someone in your life or celebrate your connection with HCC. Proceeds from your contribution will support HCC student scholarships.
Click here to order your brick online by credit card or contact the HCC Educational Foundation at 443-518-1970.
In 2017, HCC was excited when Howard County Government donated 50 trees in honor of Columbia’s 50th birthday to create a Scholarship Forest at Howard Community College. The funds raised from the naming of the trees will be placed in the Columbia 50th Scholarship Forest Endowment and awarded to students in the James W. Rouse Scholars program who are Howard County residents and have financial need.
Education can be the key to a better career, a brighter future, and fuller life. As James W. Rouse said, “The most successful community would be that which contributed the most by its physical form, its institutions, and its operation to the growth of people.”
By naming a tree in HCC’s Scholarship Forest, you can continue to honor James W. Rouse’s vision and help Rouse Scholars grow as students and citizens in our community. Each tree is eligible to be "named" with a gift of $1,000, which can made through a one-time donation HERE. Donors will be recognized on a 7 ft. donor tree located in Duncan Hall, allowing donors to view the "scholarship forest" at the same time.