Blue Ridge Community College
Annual Report 2014-15
Message From President Downey he past year was a busy, but special one for Blue Ridge Community College. We celebrated numerous student and employee successes and recognized their dedication to higher education. Our institution was also acknowledged for achievements both locally and nationally. Events such as the Virginia Hunger Symposium, Unity Day involvement, Career Expo, and Commencement gave us ample opportunities to witness the mission of the College being fulfilled. During the 2014-15 academic year the College awarded nearly 1,000 degrees, diplomas, and certificates! These credentials are proof of just some of the ways that BRCC is helping individuals improve their lives and our community. As we strive to address the ever-changing needs of the Shenandoah Valley and its residents, we know that our ability to achieve success is dependent on collaborations with and support from you – our friends and partners. So I invite you to celebrate with us, as you review this Annual Report.
Educational Foundation THE BRCC EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION PROVIDED $34,605 IN EQUIPMENT FOR VARIOUS PROGRAMS AT THE COLLEGE –
Welding, Information Systems Technology, Mechatronics, Veterinary Technology, and the Houff Library.
FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND COLLEAGUES OF BRCC ALUMNUS DENNIS BURNETT ESTABLISHED A SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT IN HIS MEMORY. At the time of his
BRCC ALUMNUS DR. GREG CORDER
was a highlight at both the President’s Luncheon and Graduation. Dr. Corder credited his experience at BRCC with providing him a strong foundation to transfer on and pursue advanced degrees.
unexpected passing in October 2014, Burnett was a member of the BRCC Educational Foundation Board of Directors and a tireless champion of BRCC in his role as Executive Director of the Shenandoah Valley Partnership. Gifts and pledges to the Dennis O. Burnett Memorial Endowed Scholarship total $115,667.
AS OF JUNE 30, 2015, THE ASSETS OF THE BRCC EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION TOTALED $11,476,305—an almost 15% increase over the 201314 total.
Employee Excellence & Outreach
Director of Information Technology, Mike Murphy won the John Noftsinger High Tech Leadership Award, given by the Shenandoah Valley Tech Council. Murphy was recognized for his work with the technology committee in developing the BRCC strategic technology plan and for creating the Active Learning Classrooms on campus. In addition to Murphy’s award, faculty members Robert Oliver and Linda Alger were also nominated for their innovative teaching with technology, and BRCC President Dr. John Downey was nominated for the High Tech Leadership Award.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Olugbemiga Adekunle spent 10 weeks last summer collaborating with scientists at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of a faculty fellowship program. Adekunle worked on a project to help NASA design the next generation space suit. “My research involved improving sound capabilities in the space helmet’s communication system,” Adekunle said. “I was basically implementing a programming algorithm to reduce noise.” Fellowship participants were a mixture of faculty from 4- and 2-year schools who teach in STEM-related fields. Margaret Marangione, English instructor, was selected to attend a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities in Eugene, Oregon this past summer. Marangione was chosen from a national applicant pool to attend one of only five Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Summer Institutes and the only one designed specifically for community college faculty. The NEH is a federal agency that, each summer, supports enrichment opportunities at colleges, universities, and cultural institutions, so that faculty can work collaboratively and study with experts in humanities disciplines. Digital methods, tools, and practices for humanities teaching and scholarship have brought new relevance to humanities disciplines and this institute will develop a national community of practice among community college faculty in history, English and writing, classics, and other humanities disciplines.
Dr. John Downey was appointed by Governor Terr y McAuliffe to the GenEdge Alliance (aka A.L. Philpott Manufacturing Extension Par tnership) Board of Trustees. GenEdge is, “a state organization that fosters economic growth by enhancing the competitiveness of Virginia’s small and mediumsized manufacturers.”
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Making a Difference in Our Community THE BLUE RIDGE PROMISE PROGRAM, offered for the first
time this summer, provided BRCCbound students from selected high schools a tuition free one-credit course following their high school graduation. The 4-day summer transition course helped them get to know other BRCC bound students and introduced College policies and procedures. Participants engaged with campus resources that are essential to success, used our Recreation Center, and received a free lunch each day. They also received assistance with advising and registration.
VIRGINIA’S ADOPTION CHAMPION, DEBBIE JOHNSTON, joined Virginia
BRCC STUDENT AMBASSADORS LEAD THE COLLEGE’S UNITY DAY participation, as volunteers went to four locations in the service area – the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank and Project Grows in Verona, the Staunton YMCA, and the Senior Center in Waynesboro. Thirty BRCC volunteers participated in the United Way’s annual volunteer event.
Community College System Chancellor Glenn DuBois in the spring to meet and hear from students who are participating in the Great Expectations program at BRCC. Johnston, is an advocate and donor to the VCCS Great Expectations program, whose mission is “to help young people leaving foster care in Virginia to access and succeed in higher education.”
IN EARLY 2015, THE COLLEGE HOSTED A MANUFACTURING SUMMIT
MORE THAN 40 LOCAL MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN CS4Va (Computer Science for Virginia)
through interactive workshops at BRCC. The free workshops were part of CS4Va—a collective effort by higher education institutions in Virginia to promote and support a community of learning and engagement in computer science across the Commonwealth. The workshops included: Game Programming, Lego Robotics, Flash: animation, and Arduino (small, but powerful circuit board computers that utilize plug-and-play sensors and components to build projects).
with more than 100 participants. The purpose of the summit was to get feedback from the manufacturing community (and related businesses) about the training and education needed to ensure a skilled workforce now, and in the future. The College collected important insight into the training it will need to develop in both credit programing and through customized training offered through the Continuing Education Division.
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GIRLS EMBRACING MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS (GEMS) Camp was offered again this summer. Designed for rising 7th–9th grade girls to expand their horizons in the world of technology, the program introduced participants to the fundamentals of robotics, computer programming, electronics, and mechanical processes. The girls designed, built, and programmed unique projects from scratch using a specific set of modules.
Another free camp for local girls was offered this summer at BRCC – FEMALES IN TECHNOLOGY (FIT) CAMP. The four-day camp introduced 9th and 10th grade girls to technology and the many exciting career opportunities in STEM fields. Activities included: Game Programming—using simple drag-and-drop tools, and learning computer programming basics to create 3-D computer animations and games; Lego Robotics—using software and hardware to create customizable, programmable robots; Arduino—using small, but powerful circuit board computers, plug-and-play sensors and components to build projects; and Presentations— creating presentations, practicing public speaking, and demonstrating the technology created during the camp. CHILDREN IN BESSIE WELLER’S HEART PROGRAM put their culinary skills to test in a Recipes 4 Reality Cook-Off last February. The crock-pot cook-off, funded by a Unilever Bright Futures Grant, featured first through third graders who had been working with BRCC Enactus mentors for several weeks. They learned about nutrition, consumerism, cooking nutritiously, growing food, and preparing meals. “Our HEART children and staff have very much enjoyed this great program through BRCC and we hope to have them back at some point to replicate it again in the future,” said Claire Richardson, Recreation Manager for Staunton Parks & Recreation.
“It was rewarding to see how much these kids have learned in just a few weeks. I also learned that even if you don’t think that these kids are learning, they really are taking in what we are teaching them,” said BRCC Enactus member and mentor April Joseph. She added, “I love working with young children, and I enjoyed that my group was very attentive and respectful.”
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n recognition of her stellar academic work and promising future, Airplane Maintenance Technology program student Hannah Collins received a STEM Takes Flight at Virginia’s Community Colleges scholarship. The Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) in partnership with the Virginia Community College System, NASA Langley Research Center and NASA Wallops Flight Facility and with the strong support of the Virginia Governor’s office, is offering the STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Takes Flight at Virginia’s Community Colleges initiative. Hannah’s award was a $5,000 mentored scholarship. A feature of the scholarship is career coaching and mentoring from aviation maintenance technology instructor Fred
BRCC’S VET TECH CLUB PARTNERED WITH INVISIBLE FENCE TO DONATE SEVEN PET OXYGEN MASK KITS to the VA State Police K-9 tactical units statewide. The kits will be used to provide oxygen to canines injured in the line of duty. Trooper Adam Galton demonstrated how the dogs work in tandem with police officers in the field, and why the kits are essential in preserving the lives of dogs in a critical state. Two K-9 units were present for the presentation, as well as Steve Monaghan from Invisible Fence.
Dyen. Dyen is already impressed by her skills. “Her workmanship in the laboratory is of the highest quality and her attention to detail is without compare.” He’s even had Hannah give presentations to high school students about the AMT program and plans for her to mentor prospective BRCC students in STEM-related fields.
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Deanna Corder and Mandi Ortiz were named to the PTK Virginia All-Academic team, and recognized for their commitment to academic excellence and public service at a banquet in Richmond last spring. BRCC’S PTK CHAPTER took home several PTK Regional Convention awards, including 3rd Place for Fundraising, 2nd Place for Fighting Cancer, and 2nd Place for Communications. They were also recognized for hosting and managing registration at the conference. Other recognitions that came from judging at the international level: A Distinguished Chapter Member certificate for Amber Masincup, a Distinguished Theme Award: “The Nature of the Quest”, Distinguished Chapter Status, and Five-Star Chapter Status.
ENACTUS PLACED 9TH IN THE NATION at the Enactus USA Competition in Saint Louis last spring. Advisor Rebecca Evans was inducted into the Sam Walton Hall of Fame. The team also won more than $23,000 in awards to help fund future projects.
At BRCC, Deanna received the Graves Family Endowed Scholorship and was a featured presenter at the BRCC Scholarship Luncheon. DEANNA CORDER, A 2015 NURSING GRADUATE, WAS ONE OF 20 HEALTHCARE STUDENTS NATIONWIDE to receive a $2,500 Frank Lanza Scholarship. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), with the support of CAE Healthcare and L-3 Communications, Inc., awarded $50,000 in scholarships to the 2014 Frank Lanza Scholars. Twenty community college students were selected to receive up to $2,500 each for completion of associate degrees.
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fect Valley “almost fall” evening of September 12, 900+ attendees enjoyed “Americana music at its best” with a free on-campus concert by The Steel Wheels. “Roots music” lovers traveled hundreds of miles, and some just down the road, to hear the dynamic four-piece string band which marries oldtime musical traditions with their own innovative sound and lifestyle, generating a truly magnetic revival.
Appalachian Heritage Arts Series
Through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Ridge Community College celebrated the rich heritage of Appalachia through music, dance, photography, nature, and literature during the fall with the Appalachian Heritage Arts Series.
he Series kicked off in early August with an exhibit in the Fine Arts Center gallery of the powerful work of landscape photographer Hullihen Williams Moore, who studied with Ansel Adams in the late 1970s. Moore’s work is part of the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and is held in the art collections of major corporations including Capital One and Owens & Minor. His book, Shenandoah: Views of Our National Park, published by the University of Virginia Press in 2003, contains 51 images made over more than 20 years. Through his duotone prints of grand vistas and waterfalls to the delicate unfurling of new ferns, viewers could understand the appeal that attracts more than one million visitors to the park each year. The Mountain Heritage Cloggers performed during Welcome Week. The family-oriented MHC have been wowing audiences for over 20 years with performances at Opryland, Dollywood, Virginia and West Virginia State Fairs, Richmond Science Museum, Richmond Children’s Museum,
and the Maryland State Fair, to name a few. Students and community members were treated to a rousing show and even had a chance to kick up their own heels by trying the intricate steps. Continuing the exploration of the Shenandoah National Park, a panel of experts – including Katrina M. Powell (Virginia Tech), Sue Eisenfeld (Johns Hopkins University), and Jim Northup and Claire Comer (Shenandoah National Park) discussed the creation of the SNP and the displacement of the families from the Park lands, and how the Park honors those who were removed. The Series finished with a lecture and reading by Sharyn McCrumb, an award-winning Southern writer, best known for her Appalachian “Ballad” novels, including the New York Times bestsellers The Ballad of Frankie Silver and She Walks These Hills. McCrumb’s talk encompassed how geography, history, storytelling, music, and memory all combine to tell the tales of Appalachian culture. She read from her works, and attendees were able to purchase copies for signing.
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College Honors BRCC WAS DESIGNATED A 2015 STEM JobsSM APPROVED COLLEGE by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting individuals in transition with education and career opportunities, and creator of STEM JobsSM media, education, and career resources for students interested in science, technology, engineering and math. The 2015 STEM JobsSM Approved Colleges inaugural list is the first of its kind to rate universities, colleges, community colleges, and trade schools on their responsiveness and relevance to high-demand, high-growth STEM occupations. BRCC was among over 1,600 schools participating in the STEM JobsSM survey process. Schools submitting surveys were scored on publicly available data and responses to proprietary questions around three key indicators of success: STEM job alignment, STEM job placement, and diversity in a school’s STEM programs. “As STEM jobs are among some of the highest in demand by local employers, I am thrilled to have BRCC recognized as responsive to employer needs,” commented BRCC President Dr. John Downey. “With the list of STEM JobsSM Approved Colleges we’re able to help parents, students, and guidance counselors evaluate how well education is translating into real-world jobs, and how responsive institutions are to meeting those demands,” said Daniel Nichols, president of STEM JobsSM. “We’re pleased to showcase schools like Blue Ridge Community College as a school leading the way in this area.”
THE RECREATION CENTER WAS CERTIFIED AS A LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, or LEED, Gold certified facility. It is the second LEED Gold building on the BRCC campus. The $11 million, 35,500-square-foot facility is the College’s largest building. It includes elements of the five categories of LEED including: energy performance, water conservation, site improvements, material use, and indoor environment. Features such as advance metering to track energy use, preservation of open space outside, lowflow showers, regional sourcing of construction materials, and use of low VOC paints, adhesives, and sealants were just some of the specific efforts included in the Rec Center’s environmentally and energyfriendly construction and design. “Students are so excited to have a state-of-the-art fitness and recreation facility on campus that is beautifully designed. It is doubly rewarding to learn that the building is now certified environmental friendly with this LEED Gold designation,” said BRCC President Dr. John Downey.
BRCC was selected by Military Advanced Education (MAE) as a Top School in its 2015 MAE Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education. The Guide presents results of a questionnaire of the military-supportive policies enacted at more than 600 institutions including private, public, for-profit, not-for-profit, four-year, and two-year colleges. This year, institutes were evaluated on their military culture, financial aid, flexibility, on-campus support and online support services.
The 2014-2015 Digital Community Colleges Survey placed BRCC in the top five mid-sized colleges (5,000-10,000 students) nationally. In its tenth year, the survey analyzes how community colleges use digital technologies to improve services to students, faculty, staff, and the community at large.
Highlighted Events from 2014-15
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge August 2014
July 2014 July brought warm weather and over 650 (summer total) K-12 youngsters to campus for Learning Can Be Fun classes.
Fall classes begin August 2014
Welcome Week activities included free food, music, a pottery demonstration, and a visit from JMUâ€™s Chin Hamaya Daiko Japanese dance troupe.
BRCC President Dr. John Downey accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and then issued his own to Dr. John J. Rainone, president of Dabney Lancaster Community College, Miriam Basinger, BRCC SPECTRUM club advisor, and Dr. Bob Young, BRCC vice president of instruction and student services.
Faculty Exchange October 2014
Blue Ridge welcomed exchange faculty member Ellen Oosterwechel from The Netherlands. Osterwechel is an English teacher in the Transport and Logistics and Engineering programs and coordinator of one of the three English departments at Deltion College in Zwolle. Jessica Martinkosky, associate professor of art, then traveled to The Netherlands in May, visiting several cities and providing presentations on BRCC, the American education system, and the US in general at Deltion.
Community Resource & Internship Fair September 2014
FAC Concert: Guy Davis November 2014
Among the stellar offerings at the Fine Arts Center in the fall was a blues concert by talented musician, composer, and writer Guy Davis, son of the late actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
Virginia Hunger Symposium EventsLunch 2 Go program debuts September 2014
More than 35 community agencies and employers were on hand for the second Community Resource and Internship Fair, giving students and the public an opportunity to learn about resources, internships, and volunteer services available locally.
New to the 8th Annual Virginia Hunger Symposium was the SGAâ€™s Lunch 2 Go food pantry, offering twice monthly food assistance to BRCC students. Other events included BRCC Chopped Cooking competition, a basketball tournament, panel discussion, the Empty Bowl dinner, and a play at the Fine Arts Center.
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BRCC Gives—Holiday charitable activities December 2014
During the holiday season, BRCC students and employees took the opportunity to give thanks, and express kindness and generosity towards others. The Student Ambassadors Coat Drive benefited the Harrisonburg Salvation Army mission to assist families in need. The Staff Association Angel Tree collection provided toys for more than fifty needy children. And the Vet Tech Club Animal Angel Tree supported the Shenandoah Valley Animal Service Center.
Thanks to a Chancellor’s Innovation Fund grant, a second Active Learning Classroom was unveiled for the spring semester. Faculty participated in inservice training to learn how the interactive technology can benefit students and enhance learning.
BRCC Artist-inResidence: Laura Lee Gulledge
Laura Lee Gulledge, illustrator and author of two graphic novels, “Page by Paige” and “Will and Whit,” demonstrated her craft in the Houff Student Center.
Under Construction: Spring Fling Auction 2105 was a huge success for the Educational Foundation. The 20th annual auction was the main fundraising event of the year and raised more than $70,000!
Ribbon Cutting for Disc Golf Course April 2015
Dr. Bob Young cut the ribbon to start open play on BRCC’s new nine-hole disc golf course.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Appreciation Week Dream Walk Brown Bag Lecture: Tales from the Himalayas November 2014
A standing-room-only audience of veterinary technology students and community members heard Bruce Bowman, DVM and BRCC College Board member, speak about his mission trip to Kashmir in northern India on behalf of Christian Veterinary Mission. Bowman, other veterinarians, and students assisted Gujjar nomads in care of their livestock, moving them from winter to summer pasture.
Students and employees gathered to watch Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, then SGA and Spectrum Club members and advisors lead their own “Dream Walk” across campus. Carrying candles in the honor of Martin Luther King Jr., and his vision, the group accumulated additional participants as it made its way through the hallways.
BRCC Hikes the Virtual Appalachian Trail February 2015
Starting in late February, 27 employees and eight students combined walking and running the virtual Appalachian Trail for a total of 2,180 miles in just six weeks.
Career Expo April 2015
The Career Expo hosted more than 40 employers with job openings to fill. Attendees came dressed for success and ready to interview. Participants could also get résumé critiques, professional headshots, and LinkedIn profile tips.
Guest Lecturer: Forensic Anthropology Center Scholarship Luncheon March 2015
Working in cooperation with the Financial Aid Office, the BRCC Educational Foundation awarded a record $332,382 in student scholarships, an increase of 13.5% over 2013-14’s previous record amount. This total includes $25,000 in Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative Scholarships for GED recipients.
Jake Smith, Graduate Research Assistant with the University of Tennessee’s Forensic Anthropology Center, discussed experiments conducted at the facility, which is a renowned resource for training and research, providing forensic anthropological services to medical, legal and law enforcement agencies.
Commencement May 2015
Dreams and hard work paid off as 230 graduates walked across the stage to have their degrees, certificates, and diplomas BRCC conferred on May 9.
Offices and the library relocated temporarily to accommodate indoor construction activities in the Houff Student Center. Work on the 3-story south addition and 2-story north addition will include ten classrooms, four multipurpose rooms, and two chemistry labs. Expected completion is Spring 2016.
2014-2015 Maintenance and Operating Expenditures General Academic Instruction Remedial Instruction Vocational Education Community Education Public Service Academic Support Student Services Institutional Support Physical Plant Sponsored Programs
3,953,405 355,519 4,016,041 695,493 0 2,170,459 1,659,656 5,658,279 1,532,920 627,178
19.13% 1.72% 19.43% 3.36% 0.00% 10.50% 8.03% 27.38% 7.42% 3.03%
College Board Student Activities
Revenues by Source
Tuition and Fees State Appropriations Govt Grants and Contracts Private Gifts and Grants Local Appropriations Total
2014-15 State Board for Community Colleges Officers: Glenn DuBois, Chancellor State Board for Community Colleges Dorcas Helfant-Browning, Chair Idalia Fernandez, Vice Chair Carolyn Berkowitz
William C. Hall Jr.
Benita Thompson Byas
Michael J. Schewel
Robert R. Fountain
11,882,576 8,081,885 193,301 900,830 240,500
53.91% 39.78% 1.91% 3.28% 1.13%
BRCC College Board Carl Rosberg, Chair, Waynesboro Joyce Colemon, Vice-Chair, Waynesboro John A. Downey, Secretary Rodney Alderfer, Rockingham County Bruce Bowman, Augusta County Lynn Diveley, Augusta County Pam Huggins, Staunton Beverly McGowen, Harrisonburg Linda Reviea, Staunton Caroline Sponaugle, Highland County Matt Sunderlin, Rockingham County Frank Tamberrino, Harrisonburg
Blue Ridge Vision Society
The Blue Ridge Vision Society provides recognition for friends who have committed to support the quality of education at Blue Ridge Community College in their estate plans.
The 1967 Society celebrates the cumulative giving of $100,000 or more to the Blue Ridge Community College Educational Foundation. This society is named in honor of the year of the College’s founding, and recognizes our most generous donors Anonymous (3)
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Armstrong*
Ms. Dorothy W. Anderson*
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Armstrong*
Dan and Nancy Brubaker
Beam Brothers Trucking, Inc.
Mr. Stephen P. Clark*
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Beam
Dr. John A. and Sandy S. Downey
Gerry and Carolyn Beam
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Eyler
Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Blosser
Ms. Sally F. Fulton
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Bowman
Mrs. Julia N. Grandle
Mrs. Ruth B. Grove* Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Henderson III
Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy
Mrs. Ola M. Hoover*
Mr. Henry C. Clark* and Mrs. Mary Ann Clark
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hopkins III Tim and Nancy Hulings
The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
Dr. Darrell W. Hurst* and Ms. Lida Hurst
Lt. Col. James E. Jordan Jr.*
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Crosby
Ms. Mary Louise Leake
Crosby Trucking Service, Inc.
Dr. Paul E. Lee*
Mr. Jim Lowdon* and Mrs. Jo Ann Lowdon
J. Gray and Janet M. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Moran
Mrs. Julia N. Grandle
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mrotek
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wesley Graves VI
Mr. William R. Oliver II
Mr. Leonard G. Penland*
Holtzman Oil Corporation
Mr. Robert E. Plecker* and Mrs. Frances W. Plecker
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Holtzman
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Z. Houff
Mrs. Emma M. Ramsey*
Dwight and Carolyn Houff
Ms. Lynn T. Reams
Mrs. Jane Ritchie
John and Cathy Matherly
Carl and Cheryl Rosberg
MGW Communications, Inc.
Art and Jamie Schlappi
Ms. Terry B. Showalter
Mr. Leonard G. Penland*
Mr. Zane D. Showker* Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Slaubaugh
Mr. Robert E. Plecker* and Mrs. Frances W. Plecker
Mr. Leo A. Thralls
Ms. Lynn T. Reams
Wellford and Nell Tiller
Sentara RMH Medical Center
Ms. L. Elizabeth Tucker
Shenandoah Landscape Services, Inc.
Mr. Edward S. “Chip” Yates
Mr. Zane D. Showker*
Ms. Carol A. Yetzer
The Family of Zane D. Showker
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Follett Higher Education Group
Tuition & Fees
(BRCC 15 credits)
*a change in the way dual enrollment classes were offered at one of the high schools accounts for this drop ** includes Blue Ridge Scholars; a change in the implementation of placement testing affected this total
Mr. Lyall O. Steger Jr.* and Mrs. Catherine O. Steger Mr. and Mrs. Karl D. Stoltzfus Mr. and Mrs. Karl D. Stoltzfus Jr.
BRCC $1,512 $1,809 $2,049 $2,202 $2,292 $2,292 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013
First-Generation to Attend College
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Stoltzfus Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Strickler Transfer Associates, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Wade Ms. Roxie Houff White Mr. Edward S. (Chip) Yates *Deceased
BRCC Educational Foundation Board of Directors 2014-15 Officers: Mr. Thomas C. Mendez, Chair
BRCC Educational Foundation Directors Emeriti
BRCC Shuttle Ridership
In 2003, the BRCC Educational Foundation Board of Directors instituted the “Director Emeritus” program as a way of recognizing former Board members who have truly made a difference for the Foundation and the College. The criteria used to determine this recognition include a demonstration of extraordinary service and generosity to Blue Ridge Community College and the BRCC Educational Foundation.
Ms. Cathleen P. Welsh, Vice-Chair Dr. John A. Downey, Secretary
Mr. Michael B. Beahm
Ms. Julia N. Grandle
Dr. James R. Perkins
Dr. Robert S. Baldygo, Treasurer
Ms. Carolyn L. Beam
Ms. Pamela T. Huggins
Mr. William L. Pfost Jr.
Dr. Bruce M. Bowman
Mr. Timothy G. Hulings
Dr. Stuart L. Porter
Mr. Gregory W. Campbell
Mr. Kevin D. Humphries
Mr. Carl A. Rosberg
Mr. Woodrow W. Carr
Mr. Robert G. Knowles
Mr. Art Schlappi
Mr. Peter F. deVaux
Ms. Laurel L. Landes
Mr. L. Ronald Smith
Mr. David W. Didawick
Mr. Martin F. Lightsey
Mr. Frank L. Summers Jr.
Ms. Lynn M. Diveley
Mr. Carl G. Lind
Ms. Lynn K. Suter
Mr. E. Grant Doyle
Mr. Richard L. Manor
Dr. Daniel M. Woodworth
Ms. Joan D. Eiland
Mr. Edward S. (Chip) Yates
Mr. William J. Elliott
Mr. John L. Matherly Jr. Ms. Deborah T. Metz
Mr. John W. Flora
Ms. Beverly S. “Cheri” Moran
Ms. Sallie E. Funkhouser
Mr. Richard R. J. “Dick” Morin
Ms. Jean F. Gearing
Mr. John N. Neff
Ms. Kelly R.S. Blosser
Ms. Mary N. Mannix
Mr. Alphonso P. Boxley III
Ms. Mary McDermott
Mr. Dennis O. Burnett*
Ms. Beverly B. McGowan
Ms. Debra S. Callison
Ms. Karen E. Santos
Mr. Stephen W. Claffey
Mr. Jerry D. Sheets
Ms. Denise E. “D.D.” Dawson Ms. Stacey D. Strawn Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover Jr.
Mr. Steven E. Stroop
Ms. Nancy Hulings
Mr. Alan J. Sweet
Ms. Elizabeth Jerlinski
Mr. Travis J. Tysinger
Ms. Camala B. Kite Ms. Martha Livick
Ms. Cynthia Weidner *Deceased
In-state Average Public 4-Year Colleges
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ronald Smith *Deceased
Financial Aid Awards
Total credit enrollment (Individuals)
1678 46145 40658
1219 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
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Student Success Transfers to In-State Four-Year institutions
(with or without a degree)
Duplicated number of individuals who completed coursework for industry certification or state licensure
Graduates Total Graduates*
Businesses Served by Continuing Education and Career Services
2009-10 2012-13 2013-14 2011-12 * includes certificates and diplomas
Resources Foundation Assets
Total assets as of June 30 $11,476,305
2014-15 BRCC Educational Foundation Donors A special thank you is extended to the following donors who have demonstrated their commitment to Blue Ridge Community College during the period of July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. The President’s Council provides recognition for friends who make up the heart of the BRCC Educational Foundation with annual gifts of $1,000 or more in support of Blue Ridge Community College.
Dr. and Mrs. Carie Buckley III Mr. Vernon M. Burnett By the Side of the Road Inn & Cottages Mr. William Byrd C. C. Rosen & Sons, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rob W. Cale Miss Jennifer Callison Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Campbell Ms. Roxanne F. Campbell Carded Graphics Cargill, Inc. Ms. Judith L. Cariker Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Carter Jr. Dr. Tara Carter Mrs. Linda Carver Ms. Amy L. Cash
Diamond Level - $10,000 or more
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hahn
Mr. H. Wayne Cash
Platinum Level - $5,000-9,999
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis D. Hartman
Ms. Carol M. Cassidy
Gold Level - $2,500-4,999
Augusta Health Care for Women
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hatter
Dr. Halvor Aaslestad
Silver Level - $1,000-2,499
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Baldygo
Hershey Chocolate of Va., Inc.
Adams & Garth Inc.
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission
Debra Stiles Callison
The Hershey Company
AFP Shenandoah Chapter
Central Tire Corporation
IDM Trucking, Inc.
Rodney and Jenelle Alderfer
Champion Aerospace LLC
Dr. John A. and Sandy S. Downey
Dr. Robert F. Jochen
Ms. Emily C. Alexander
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor E. Chenery
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Keane
All Phase K-9
Chesapeake Animal Hospital
Graves-Light Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors
John and Amy Kiger
Ms. Denise K. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Chick
Lantz Construction Company
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Childress
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Henderson III
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Laser
Mr. C. Rick Chittum
Houff Feed & Fertilizer Co., Inc.
LD&B Insurance and Financial Services
American Shakespeare Center Blackfriars Playhouse
Tim and Nancy Hulings
Mary Louise Leake
Anderson, White & Company, P.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark
Mary N. Mannix and Frank A. Carey
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Anson III
Ms. Anita K. Clemmer
Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Lightsey
Mr. and Mrs. John Apesa Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy R. Cline
Carl and Arnesa Lind
Mr. Thomas E. Mayer
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Cline
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel B. McMillan
McKee Foods Corporation
Ms. Sandra Arnold-Harris
Ms. Melissa A. Clock
Mrs. Reba S. Rawley
Tom and Lori Mendez
Artisans Center of Virginia, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Coffield
Mental Health America of Augusta
Ashley Furniture Homestore
Andrea R. Coffman
Art and Jamie Schlappi
Ms. Melba S. Atkinson
Joyce L. Colemon
Staunton Elks Lodge #351
Roger and Kathy Peterson
Commonwealth Veterinary Clinic, P.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl D. Stoltzfus
Augusta Health Lifetime Fitness
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Conklin
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Stoltzfus
Mrs. Frances W. Plecker
Augusta Realty Group Inc.
Mrs. Deidra A. Connellee
Superior Concrete, Inc.
Plecker Family Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Connelly
B & L Glass & Mirror
Ms. Sally Jane Conner
Ms. Pamela G. Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Cook
Stuart and Terry Porter
Mr. Kiran Bains
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Cook
Maggie Ragon and Nick Walge
Baja Bean Co.
The Reider Family Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation
Ms. Casey L. Balderson
Court Square Theatre
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox
Bob and Linda Reviea
Mr. Randy Barbano
Cracker Barrel of Harrisonburg
Rockingham Cooperative Inc.
Mrs. Cathy B. Barker
Cracker Barrel of Waynesboro
Mr. Victor M. Santos and Dr. Karen E. Santos
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan D. Basile
Mr. Sam Crickenberger
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Schilling
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basinger
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart P. Bauhan
Mr. James T. Crockett
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Baylor Mr. Michael A. Bayne
Mr. Michael A. White and Dr. Susan Crosby
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Beam
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Beaman
Bears and Blankets Academy of Early Learning
The Beauty Spa
Dr. Sandra M. Curry
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Belcher
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dailey
Beverley Cigar Store
Dan Harris Insurance Agency, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bevins
Ms. Faison Dana
Ms. Susan W. Bevins
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew L. Beyeler
Dayton Interiors, Inc.
Big “L” Tire Company
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Dean
Big “O” Tree and Lawn Service
Mr. and Mrs. Mensel D. Dean
Dr. George H. Blomstrom* and Mrs. Vera M. Blomstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Deckert
Blue Ridge Equine Clinic
Blue Ridge Lumber Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. deVaux
Blue Ridge Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Victoria M. Dever
Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Bothof
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Didawick
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Botkin Mr. and Mrs. Waldo E. Botkin
Mr. Donald G. Diehl* and Mrs. Joyce M. Diehl
Mr. and Mrs. Lamine Diop
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bourne
Ms. Melissa M. Bowers
Draper Aden Associates, Inc.
Mr. Brian K. Bowman
Ms. Laura Dwyer
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Mr. and Mrs. Travis Bowman
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Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Eagle
BRCC Continuing Education
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bronski
Mr. Adam L. Eckard
Dr. Alfred A. Brooks IV Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Brooks
Economic Development Authority of Highland County
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Brothers
Eddie Edwards Signs Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W. Brown
Ms. Chris G. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Brown
Ms. Linda W. Edwards
Mrs. Julia N. Grandle
Dr. Stephen J. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Eiland
H. L. Lang & Co.
Bradley and Velma Bryant
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Delta Airport Consultants, Inc.
Didawick & Company, P.C.
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Mike White Glass Designs
Houff Transfer, Inc.
Ms. Diane M. Miller
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Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Howard Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Tracy
Ms. Kimberly D. Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller
Rotary Club of Staunton-Augusta County
Explore More Discovery Museum
Mr. Brent A. Hull
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Miller Jr.
Mrs. Shirley S. Travis
Fairview Church of the Brethren
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Ms. Betty M. Mitchell
Mr. James M. Russell Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney E. Trott Jr.
Farm Credit of the Virginias, ACA
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Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Moffett
Ms. Jeanne K. Russell
Ms. Kelcey Troxell
Mr. and Mrs. T. Windsor Fields
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Mr. and Mrs. John H. Monger III
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rutherford
Truck & Equipment Corporation
Ms. Abigail L. Montgomery
Mr. Thomas Trykowski
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Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Santangelo
Moore Public Relations LLC
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Mr. Neil A. Tucker and Mrs. Colleen Andes-Tucker Ms. L. Elizabeth Tucker
Fine Earth, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Finnigan First Bank & Trust Company
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Mr. J. Garrett Morris
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fulton Sensabaugh Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith L Turner
Flowers by Rose
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Sentara RMH Wellness Center
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Mr. and Mrs. Hampton W. Foley II
Ms. Lisa Kara
Mount Aloysius College/Enactus Team
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Ms. Helen D. Moyer
Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Shank
United Way of Greater Augusta, Inc.
Food Lion LLC
Ms. Connie Kennedy
Mr. J’s Bagels & Deli
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Sheets
Ms. Misty A. Valkner
Mr. Frederick B. Fountaine
Andy and Tami King
Mrotek Enterprises Inc.
Mike and Cheryl Shelton
Valley Industrial Piping, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kiser
Mr. and Mrs. John Mrotek
Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Vames
Gail P. and Frederick L. Fox
Robert and Camala Kite
Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant & Bakery
Shenandoah River Outfitters, Inc.
Ms. Paula Jane Van Ryan
Gail P. and Frederick L. Fox Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
Kitty Hawk Properties
Murphy Business Blue Ridge LLC
Col. and Mrs. Jerry R. VanLear
Kline May Realty
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Myers Jr.
Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Naylor
Shenandoah Valley Kiwanis Club
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Vaughn
Ms. Susan B. Knipp
John and Linda Neff
Shenandoah Valley Partnership
Vector Industries, Inc.
The Honorable and Mrs. Ross W. Krumm
John and Linda Neff Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
Shenandoah Valley Pepsi
Verona Storage Company
Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport
Viette Communications, Inc.
Shenandoah Valley Water Company Shentel
Virginia Economic Developers Association
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Negron Jr.
Shields Investment Co. LLC
Virginia Port Authority
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Shifflett
Virginia Regional Transit
Ms. Marla L. Nemoytin
The Shoppes at Mauzy
Mr. and Mrs. Grigoriy Vislobokova
Ms. Karen Niarhos
Monty and Rajan Shore
Dr. Daniel Wachspress
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nicely
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Showalter
Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Walk
Nielsen Builders, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Shreckhise
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Nielson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Norene
Shreckhise Shrubbery Sales & Landscaping
Not Too Shabby
Mr. and Mrs. Brian B. Shull
Washington Redskins/Community Effort
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky A. Nunnally
Mr. Robert J. Siewert
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wayland
Mr. and Mrs. William G. O’Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Simmers
Waynesboro Country Club
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. O’Donohue Jr.
Ms. Mary Jo Sisson-Vaughan
Weaver Insurance and Financial Advisors
Mr. and Mrs. Don Olender
Ms. Rosaland Annette Webb
Mr. William R. Oliver II
Ms. Cathy Sliwoski
Ms. Ulrike Wertz
The Omni Homestead Resort
Mr. Don Flegal and Dr. Catherine Slusher
Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Western
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Oppy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smiley
Weyers Cave Women’s Club
Ms. Cari R. Orebaugh
Ms. Ellen F. Smith
Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Owen
Smooth Day Spa
Mr. Benjamin L. Wheelbarger Jr.
P. Buckley Moss Society
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Sorrell
Mr. John P. Wheelbarger
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Pandolfi
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sorrells Jr.
Ms. Tonya S. Whetzel
Papa John’s Pizza
Ms. Charlene E. Spears
White Hill Catering LLC
Parker Compound Bows, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sponaugle
White Oak Lavender
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pascale
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Spoon
Mr. C. Elwood Whitmore
Ms. Erica L. Patterson
Spotswood Country Club
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Whitmore
Dr. and Mrs. Marshall W. Pattie
Stage Insurance Agency, Inc.
Peaceful Spirit Massage
Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Starick
Mr. David Wigginton and Dr. Karen Wigginton
Ms. Bethany Pence
Staunton-Augusta Family YMCA
Ms. Holly Wilfong
Pepsi-Cola Bottling of Central Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Ward
Ms. Annette D. Williams
Mr. Wiley Perry
Stella, Bella & Lucy’s
Williams Brothers Lawn and Tree Service
Drs. Gerald and Audrey Perselay
Ms. Nicole S. Stephens
Mr. Scott A. Williams
Ms. Emma Rose Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Wills
Mr. Kenneth Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Stoltzfus Jr.
Mr. Stephen S. Wine
Mr. Kenneth L. Pitsenbarger
Ms. R. Claire Pitt
Stonewall Jackson Hotel and Conference Center
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Powell
Stacey Strawn - Silver Gallery
Mr. Stephen J. Wittenberg
Mrs. Judith S. Strickler
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wolters
Ms. Cynthia Pritchard
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Styers
Mr. and Mrs. Robin Sullenberger III
Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum
Mrs. Kathleen Sullivan
WVPT- Virginia’s Public Television
Ms. Tami Barksdale Pusateri
Mr. John Hancock and Ms. Mary Sullivan
Mr. Michael D. Yankey
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Radecke
Ms. Teri R. Sumey
Ms. Pamyla A. Yates
Mr. Jerry Rader
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Summers Jr.
Mr. Domenic Zaccaria
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Matthew and Lisa Sunderlin
Mrs. Patricia Zaccaria
Mr. Darrell S. Ralston
Ms. Patricia Supko
Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Ralston
The Supply Room Companies
Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Zaccaria
Mr. Mark Rapert
Eldie and Lynn Suter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zickefoose
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Ratliff
Dr. Raymond L. Swadley
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Reese
Mrs. Joan B. Swift
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Reich
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Tait
Ms. Kate Renalds
Frank and Charlotte Tamberrino
Ms. Agnes H. Rexrode
Taste of Thai
Ms. Meghan L. Rexrode
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Taylor II
Mr. and Mrs. Grant A. Richardson
Mr. Robert Tennyson
Mr. Greg Riddle
Thomas House Restaurant
Mr. and Mrs. W. Jon Rife IV
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Mr. and Mrs. Barry W. Ritchie
Mr. Glenn Thompson
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