Chartered in 1998, the Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt foundation comprised of business professional and civic leaders concerned with the advancement of Baton Rouge Community College. The purpose of the Foundation is to foster private financial support for BRCC.
The Foundation encourages contributions to the College, manages investments, and serves as steward for funds and other assets contributed. The Foundation is governed by its own board of trustees and is funded entirely with private resources.
The Foundation assists BRCC’s academic units in attracting contributions for scholarships, professorships, endowed chairs, library resources, computer and laboratory equipment, research studies, construction and renovation of facilities and many other purposes that cannot be financed entirely with state funds.
The mission of the Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) Foundation is to raise private, voluntary contributions to advance and support the programs and facilities of BRCC.
The Foundation co-sponsors, activities of interest to the community; solicits corporate and community dollars for events; and sponsors tributes to community leaders by publicly recognizing their significant achievements and establishing scholarships, professorships and chairs in their names.
Established in 1998, the BRCC Foundation is a non-profit corporation which exists solely to conduct activities for the benefit of the college and the LCTCS office. The Foundation provides funds for scholarships, cultural and curriculum development, facilities enhancement, and faculty support.