FROM THE PRESIDENT
Serving an 11-county area, NWCC has the largest geographical service district among the Mississippi Community Colleges. Scores of individuals and businesses are moving into this highgrowth area. Therefore, it is critically important to our community to provide the programs necessary for our students to earn a certificate or degree; thereby transforming their lives and enabling our graduates to start careers that will change their family trees. Students are not a number on a class roster here; they are people with unique interests, skills, challenges and goals.
We are fortunate to receive public funding from various sources. However, to get to the finish line with these projects, we must add private support to the equation. We must collaborate with alumni, friends, corporate partners and foundations to ensure that resources are in place to continue NWCC’s upward trajectory of student success.
I hope that you will join us in Investing Today, Impacting Tomorrow. With your support, we will have a greater influence in helping people fulfill their educational aspirations. New programs, expanded programs, unique opportunities – YOU can make a direct impact on the transformation of lives at NWCC and the communities we serve.
Thank you for your consideration of this request.
Dr. Michael J. Heindl
“At NWCC, we have been presented with tremendous opportunities to serve our community with new and expanded programs. We have a new vision, a new mission and new values, all crafted with the community in mind. Transform, enrich and strive for excellence – that is what we have set out to do.”
― Dr. Michael J. Heindl, President
“This campaign will help the college overcome financial barriers that be might preventing us from expanding current programs and starting new programs. A onetime investment by a donor will positively impact students living in this community for years to come. ”
– Jeff Horton, Vice President for Administration and Finance
NWCC must change to meet the demands of the community and the expectations of employers. Projects funded through this campaign will broaden the opportunities for our students to choose career paths that will allow them to earn sustainable incomes. The expanded workforce training programs will enrich our communities by providing qualified employees to industries that have experienced hardships in finding enough qualified applicants to fill positions. Further, we will create and maintain state of the art, world-class facilities that are built with the future in mind.
This campaign, however, is not solely about raising money to advance our programs and facilities. Campaigns create excitement and raise awareness. Investing Today, Impacting Tomorrow offers a groundbreaking opportunity to share our story of who we are today and who we aspire to be in the future. It will help us engage our alumni, build supporters, and attract gifted students to campus.
For more information or donation inquiries please contact Patti Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org or (662)560-1103
At NWCC, we are fortunate to receive funding from various sources. The costs below represent our campaign goal for each project, which is just a portion of the total project cost. Private support will enable us to cross the finish line in regard to funding these very important projects.
- Heindl Center for the Performing Arts
- Aviation Program
- DeSoto Center - Workforce Training Center
- Panola County Center Programs - The Concourse
- Lafayette - Yalobusha Technical Center Programs
- Soccer/Softball Complex
Heindl Center for the Performing Arts
DeSoto Center - Workforce Training Center
Panola County Center Programs - The Concourse
Lafayette - Yalobusha Technical Center Programs
NWCC Alumnus ‘71
Endurance Physical Therapy
NWCC Alumnus ‘92
NWCC Alumnus ‘81