PGCC Aims to #ScoreSix4Sixty on #GivingTuesday

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Article by: Tabresha B. Langham

For Immediate Release


PGCC Aims to #ScoreSix4Sixty on #GivingTuesday

LARGO, Md. (Nov. 27, 2018) – This Giving Tuesday, Prince George’s Community College is challenging supporters to help the college reach six goals in celebration of its 60th anniversary. Each goal is to get a certain number of the college’s affiliates to show their Owl Pride and donate before the clock strikes midnight on November 28, 2018.

Help PGCC score these six goals for the 60th anniversary:

  1. 60 Employees
  2. 50 New Donors
  3. 10 Retirees
  4. 40 Friends
  5. 30 Corporations
  6. 20 Alumni

Individuals can show support in a number of ways, including the following:

  • Participate in the Take a Seat or Pathways to Success campaign.
  • Name a room in the Center for Performing Arts or Culinary Arts Center.
  • Create an endowed scholarship in honor of the 60th anniversary.
  • Donate $6, $60, $600, or more to the Owl Give Annual Fund.

Prince George’s Community College is the region’s premier center for innovations in learning, community engagement, and strategic partnerships. Donations make it possible for the college to create and sustain optimal conditions for students to succeed, as well as equip the college to respond to the region’s present and future priorities. Because of donations, PGCC is able to provide affordable, high-quality learning experiences and contribute to the economic equity and cultural vibrancy of the community. Show your Owl Pride and donate today.

About Prince George’s Community College
Named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance designated by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security (2015-2020), Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) provides high-quality education and training for the progressive and career-oriented residents of Prince George’s County. From new high school graduates and career seekers to more seasoned professionals and senior citizens looking to enhance their skillsets, PGCC is comprised of students who represent a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and goals. Serving nearly 40,000 individuals annually, the college is the first choice for higher education for residents of Prince George’s County. Collaborative partnerships, responsive degree and training programs, and a commitment to student success enable PGCC to address diverse education and workforce development demands. For more information, visit the college website at www.pgcc.edu. Prince George’s Community College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104; (267-284-5000);
www.msche.org. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation.

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