Lead the Way for Communities
Through this, innovation and creativity have thrived. New ways of reaching students and connecting virtually have been established.
But students’ access to resources on campus are more limited than before, they are unable to access computers, the internet, food banks, advisors and community supports in the same way.
This has resulted in a greater level of need and an increased risk that students will be unable to complete their education and achieve their dreams.
The fund also supports international students that wish to stay and enter the workforce (Pathways to Stay program).
Impact and Recognition
Chrissy Crowley had to make the difficult decision as a self-employed musician to return to school during the pandemic. 2020 provided an opportunity for growth and education but meant a 90% reduction in income. Thanks to NSCC donors, she can focus on her program with some comfort.
During his second semester at the IT Campus, Nathaniel found himself homeless. With the help of Lisa and the Metro Emergency Housing Project, he was able to bounce back and stay on track with his program.
Make a Gift
To review options for supporting students, please contact Whitney MacLean at , or Ben Trenaman at
To donate online, please visit: support.nscc.ca
We encourage donors to seek professional, financial and legal advice regarding each unique situation. Our staff are available to assist in answering any questions and helping finalize gift details.