Annual  Drive/Family Campaign

Message from the Chancellor

For 50 years, BPCC has provided world-class academic and workforce programming for residents across northwest Louisiana. Dr. Rick BatemanEvery day, your efforts help others gain the skills they need to secure great careers and set a foundation for further studies. Still, many citizens in our service area struggle with the cost of pursuing a better life made possible through higher education--a challenge made even more profound as a result of TOPS funding cuts and tuition and fee increases. BPCC faculty and staff always give generously, and the magnitude of campus participation truly helps us secure additional support from our community partners. Please consider making a pledge to the 2017 Family Campaign, and let's continue changing lives for another 50 years.

Dr. Rick Bateman, Jr.
BPCC Chancellor

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Student Testimonial

“Ecstatic, surprised, and honored! Thank you so much for investing in my goal. Because of your generosity, a financial burden has been lifted.”

Stephanie LaGrone
BPCC Foundation Continuing Ed and Workforce Solutions Recipient

Three Ways to Give

  • Pledge Cards/Payroll deductions
    See your Building Captain for a pledge card or download a form.PDF File

    Place your pledge card in a secure envelope and return it to your Building Captain or to the Foundation in Building A, second floor.
  • Online
    Click on the "Donate" button located under the left menu.
  • Check
    Make payable to BPCC Foundation
    (In Memo: List your designation)

Annual Drive/Family Campaign

What you helped the Foundation raise last year (Income):

(From faculty and staff: $31, 296)

How it was used (Expenses):
Program Services: $618,601

  • Scholarships
  • Faculty/Staff Prof. Development
  • Campus Proj/Learning Commons
  • Athletics
  • Community Relations/Avocacy

Supporting Services: $239,850

  • School/Department Enhancement
  • Audit, Prof. Fees

Creating Futures:

How your gift makes a difference

  • $5/pay period/year = 1 Text Book OR 1/4 tuition/class OR partial transportation for a student to get to school/semester OR fund two local professional development seminars for faculty and staff
  • $25/pay period/ year = Four student text books OR One class tuition paid (3 hrs.) OR three students’ transportation to school/semester OR fund program support material for a classroom
  • $50/pay period/year = Eight student text books OR Two class tuitions paid (6 hrs.) OR 6 Students’ transportation to school/semester OR fund software upgrades for two classrooms

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