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NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

STUDENT SU CCESS Academics | Achievement | Access | Affordability


CONTENTS

Greetings from the President

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Mission, Vision, Values & Honors

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Academics 4 Achievement 6 Access 10 Affordability 14

Lynn Campus Expands

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NSCC by the Numbers

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Champions for Higher Education

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Donor Honor Roll

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College and Foundation Finances

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NSCC Leadership

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2018 NSCC Students Geographically

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GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDENT THANK YOU! This publication is intended to thank the college’s many generous and dedicated supporters for all you do to ensure the robust vitality of NSCC. By highlighting the Four “A’s” of our five-year Strategic Plan – Academics, Achievement, Access and Affordability, we hope to provide an expanded view of our goals, successes, and our plans for the future. I hope you share my pride in North Shore Community College. Massachusetts Secretary of Education James Peyser calls NSCC one of the leading community colleges in the state and praises us for being “scrappy and strategic.” That endorsement comes along with many recent national acknowledgements of the leadership and value this College brings to the North Shore, the Commonwealth, and our country. I thank our faculty, staff, and students whose dedication, talent and perseverance is truly inspiring. And I’m grateful to our dedicated Trustees and business, legislative and community partners who work alongside us, and who sustain us with their gifts of time, talent and resources. Working together, we will continue to realize NSCC’s mission, vision and goals. With sincere appreciation,

Patricia A. Gentile, Ed. D. President

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MISSION, VISION, VALUES & HONORS

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Mission North Shore Community College is a diverse, caring, inclusive community that inspires our students to become engaged citizens and to achieve their personal, academic, and career goals through accessible, affordable, rigorous educational opportunities that are aligned with our region’s workforce needs and will prepare them for life in a changing world.

Vision North Shore Community College is a beacon of hope and opportunity for those who learn, live and work on Massachusetts’ North Shore. The College creates responsive partnerships and collaborations to make a positive difference for area residents. By providing an educated and innovative workforce, North Shore Community College contributes to the economic vitality and resiliency of the Commonwealth.

Honors NSCC Ranked 16th in Nation for Serving Adult Learners North Shore Community College has been ranked as one of the nation’s top two-year colleges for adult learners. NSCC came in 16th out of the nation’s 1,088 community colleges participating, and 1st among Massachusetts community colleges, at serving adult learners, scoring at the highest levels for flexibility of programs, ease of transfer, and services for adult students by Washington Monthly magazine’s annual College Guide and Rankings. (2018) NSCC Honored Nationally For Advancing Opportunities For Low-Income Students North Shore Community College is one of 25 top community colleges nationally to advance opportunities for low-income students according to the U.S. Department of Education. NSCC is one of just three Massachusetts community colleges receiving this prestigious designation. (U.S. Department of Education, 2016)

Values The faculty and staff at North Shore Community College exemplify the highest academic and institutional integrity through our commitment to:

Access and Opportunity

Respect and Inclusion

Educational Excellence and Innovation

Student Learning and Success

Purposeful Life and Global Citizenship

Social Responsibility and Justice

Sustainability and Resourcefulness

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NSCC Awarded Bronze Seal in the All IN Campus Democracy Challenge North Shore Community College received a bronze level seal in 2018 from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge which recognizes colleges and universities committed to increasing student voting rates. The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge awards a bronze level seal to colleges and universities with student voter participation between 50-59%. NSCC Receives Eighth National Military Friendly School Designation For the eighth consecutive year, North Shore Community College has received designation as a Military Friendly School. The designation honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationally that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members and veterans as students.

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NSCC’s Credit for Prior Learning Program Receives National Recognition North Shore Community College is a leader in awarding its students credit for prior learning (CPL) and as a result is poised to lead a state consortium to assist its counterparts across the Commonwealth. NSCC heads the state community college system in CPL with 450 students served annually, compared to an average of 150 statewide, Executive Director of Alternative Studies, Dr. Cristy Sugarman, said. “For students, this program means less cost and less time needed to complete their degrees or certificates.” NSCC received a grant in 2017 to lead the creation of a state website where potential and current students can research how their life experiences may translate into college credit which may be viewed at: MyExperienceCounts.mass.edu/home NSCC’s 40-year history and results with giving credit for prior learning were recognized nationally as one of 10 community college programs nationwide to be named a finalist for the prestigious 2018 Bellwether Award in the Instructional Programs & Service Category.

Honors Program Excels Shown are participants in NSCC’s first Honors Program Showcase held in spring 2018 where NSCC Honors students displayed their outstanding Honors work with interactive presentations.NSCC Honors Program students deepen their coursework, engage in original research, and interact one-on-one with faculty.

NSCC First Community College in Massachusetts to Implement Two-Year Academic Scheduling In 2017, NSCC launched the first two-year schedule for a community college in Massachusetts, which provides stronger educational planning tools for student enrollment, retention and degree completion. Being the first gives North Shore a competitive advantage for students who are looking for this type of educational planning tool.

With 77% of our students working and 58% of our students caring for dependents, the two-year schedule helps students to see a clear, defined pathway to their academic finish line. — Dr. Karen Hynick, Vice President of Academic Affairs

Students are able to view a full year’s academic schedule with detailed information including class sections, time of day, day of the week, room and modality instead of only the current academic semester. In addition, a two-year-out schedule is also available for student viewing.

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ACHIEVEMENT Commencement is always a special time at NSCC as we celebrate the achievements of our graduates.

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52nd Commencement Held May 24 North Shore Community College’s 52nd Commencement featured Al Wilson, creator of the fabulously successful Beyond Walls cultural initiative in Lynn, as Commencement Keynote Speaker. Francisco “Dany” Acosta was the Commencement Student Speaker. Acosta, who is legally blind, graduated with a GPA of 3.9 in Liberal Arts, having overcome an extremely challenging past to become the success he is today. Emmanuella Ofurie was the Commencement Soloist and performed the National Anthem a capella.

2018 Student Commencement soloist Emmanuella Ofurie, Class of 2018.

For Cleiton Weimann and his fatherin-law, Arcadio E. Cruz, North Shore Community College is a family affair. Cleiton graduated from the health science program and will transfer to Salem State University, while Arcadio graduated from the English as a Second Language Program and will continue his studies to be a surgical technologist. In addition, Cleiton’s wife, mother-in-law and sister-in-law attended NSCC – they call it “Our Family College!”

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2018 Student Commencement Speaker Dany Acosta.

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Pictured: Nirwendjie Altidor.

Nirwendjie Altidor

After my graduation from Salem High School, I attended NSCC, not just because it is convenient and less expensive, but because of the support network provided here to help me and because the community seemed relatable. — Nirwendjie Altidor

Leadership comes naturally to Nirwendjie Altidor, president of the NSCC Student Government Association. The health science major is well-known around campus as she is also President of the Pre-Med Club, Vice President of the STEM Club, and a member of the MultiCultural Society and is a math and chemistry peer tutor. The Honors Program and 4.0 GPA student also belongs to two Honor Societies- Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Alpha Pi. She is also the recipient of the 2018 Lisa Milso Award for Distinguished Service, which honors an “up and coming” student leader who demonstrates an outstanding spirit of service, along with

NSCC Student Leader Selected as 2018 Newman Civic Fellow Fatima Jallow Nambouh is North Shore Community College’s 2018 Newman Civic Fellow. Nambouh, a Gambian native who maintained a 4.0 GPA, made the Dean’s List, served as the college’s student representative on its Board of Trustees as well as vice president of NSCC’s MultiCultural Society, and tutored her peers, all while maintaining a full-time job and raising her young son. She graduated in May 2018 with a liberal arts degree and will study international relations at Boston College.

kindness and concern for others. She aspires to be a medical doctor. Nirwendjie and her family came to the United States from Haiti so that she and her sister could access a quality education. “I grew up viewing the U.S. as a place full of opportunities for people like me. I was born in a third-world country where health sciences are not very developed and appropriate/affordable health care is not accessible to the majority of the population, which led to my interest in public health and the desire to contribute to advancements in science and medicine.“

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NSCC’s Economics and Finance Club Students Place First in Fed Challenge Competition North Shore Community College’s team of Economics and Finance Club students, under the leadership of Economics Professor Moonsu Han, took first place in the 2017 Boston Regional Community College Fed Challenge Competition held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The competition encourages the development of important skills such as research and analysis, decision-making, argument formulation, and effective communication. From left are: Professor Moonsu Han, Max Caron, Matthew McManus, Douglas Alves, Isabella Repucci, and Daniel Lang.

NSCC Alumni Association’s 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award State Representative and Navy Veteran Jerry Parisella of Beverly, NSCC Class of 1984, received the NSCC Alumni Association’s 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award, which is presented annually to an NSCC graduate whose professional and personal achievements bring honor to themselves and the College. Candidates are chosen on the basis of integrity, character, professional accomplishments, and college or community service.

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Jerry Parisella, shown here second from left, with NSCC Alumni Association President Lesley Peters ’97, 2nd from right, along with Rep. Parisella’s brothers, James, far left, and Joseph, far right, both NSCC alumni, Class of 1982.

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Graduates of NSCC’s Early College Program – Dashon Jones, Venessa Clark and Ashley Calixte.

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Early College for High School Students on the Rise at NSCC North Shore Community College’s Early College program makes it possible for high school students, age 15+, to take up to 30 college credits while still in high school, with classes taught on NSCC’s campuses by NSCC faculty, graduate with both a high school diploma and a year of college, enjoy huge cost savings and get a great jump on college completion and career training! It is a win-win for students, local school districts, the greater community, and future employers. Early College contributes to NSCC’s focus on increasing access to and success in higher education, with specific attention to students who are lower-income and/or from underserved communities.

Rafad Dhumel, 2017 Early College Student.

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Noah Stanton, 2017 Early College Student.

Lisette Orellana,w 2017 Early College Student.

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l-r: Zoe Karelas, Dean of Students Nivedita Bagchi Williamson, and Ryan Duggan

Ryan Duggan Ryan Duggan is maximizing student engagement and leadership development

Ludmyla Almeida, Computer Science

Egbert Sayers, Computer Science Transfer

at North Shore Community College. In one short year at the college, Ryan, while achieving academically as a TRIO student, found time to serve as a Presidential Scholar, Student Government Association Vice President of Culture and Inclusion, and is a member of the Events Council, the Environmental Club, Health and Wellness Club, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and the Honors Program. He also received the Thomas Bourke Helping Hands Award, which honors students who generously and unconditionally give time to support and enhance the College community. His SGA advisor notes, “Ryan has done an exponential amount of work to enhance student life at the college in one year. He brings a contagious positivity and energy to each project he works on.” Ryan is majoring in Environmental Studies. He came to NSCC to “save money and

Two NSCC Students Selected as Hack.Diversity Fellows North Shore Community College students Egbert Sayers and Ludmyla Almeida are among 37 Fellows chosen for paid summer internships with regional tech companies, thanks to Hack.Diversity. Hack.Diversity addresses the lack of diversity in the tech industry and provides opportunities for Black and Latino computer science and/or IT/Networking students from traditionally overlooked sources of talent into paid internships at partnered host companies — Boston’s fastest-growing tech and healthcare companies — with the end-of-program goal to convert those internships into full-time offers.

stay close to home while still knowing I’d be getting a quality education that would prepare me to transfer to a fouryear institution. North Shore seemed like a place that would help me transition more easily out of high school and into the life of being a college student, as well as give me more time to finalize a decision of which field I’d like to pursue in the future.“ Ryan plans to enter the environmental field, possibly as a park ranger or environmental conservationist.

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Mobile Markets Brought to Campus to Address Student Hunger North Shore Community College, in partnership with the Greater Boston Food Bank, Beverly Bootstraps, and The Open Door offer a free monthly college Mobile Market open to NSCC students, faculty, and staff. The NSCC Mobile Market provides up to 25 pounds per person, per visit of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables to the North Shore campus community. In its first year of operation, 58,474 pounds of food were distributed, along with 100 emergency food bags to nearly 3,000 students, faculty/staff and community members.

Men as Leaders Empowered to Strive (MALES) Program

Shown here are faculty, staff and student volunteers distributing produce at a Danvers Mobile Market.

A new initiative underway in 2018, Men as Leaders Empowered to Strive (MALES) has launched to support the 100 Males to College strategic state initiative. According to NSCC Vice President of Student Affairs Jermaine Williams, the goal of the MALES program is to “increase college access, enrollment, retention and success for low-income males and males of color, particularly young, low-income Latino and African American men residing in Lynn, MA 01902, so that their prospects for success in college and career are more attainable.” Eligibility for the MALES program includes: first-generation college student and/or from a low-income family; a recent graduate high school or have a HiSet/GED; and acceptance at NSCC for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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AFFORDABILITY NSCC provides excellent education and helps students avoid unnecessary debt.

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Chelsea Amadi Makes the Affordable Choice at NSCC Chelsea Amadi exhibits intelligence beyond her young years. She made a great financial choice for herself and her family when she enrolled in the Commonwealth Commitment Program, the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education’s innovative college affordability and completion plan. The plan commits Massachusetts public colleges and universities to providing a series of financial incentives to students who begin their studies at one of 15 community colleges, earn an associate degree within two and a half years, and then transfer to a state university or University of Massachusetts campus to earn a baccalaureate degree. In addition, Chelsea is the recipient of Liberty Mutual Insurance’s 2017-2018 LEADA@Liberty Scholarship, which grants each recipient $2,500 per year for each of the four years of their college career. The scholarship, which Liberty Mutual launched last year, will be awarded annually to four students of African descent who are enrolled in the Massachusetts Commonwealth Commitment program. Chelsea is a liberal arts biology major who is also a student advisor for NSCC’s STEM and TRIO Student Support programs. She has made the Dean’s List every semester, belongs to the National Society for Leadership Development and is a member and secretary of NSCC’s Honor Society and Multicultural Clubs.

Chelsea Amadi accepts Liberty Mutual Insurance’s 2017-2018 LEADA@Liberty Scholarship

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NSCC Foundation Awards $400,000 in Student Scholarships The North Shore Community College (NSCC) Foundation has awarded more than $400,000 in scholarship awards in the last two years to over 400 incoming and current NSCC students who excel in the classroom and in service to the college and community. Scholarships are also awarded by the NSCC Alumni Association to graduating NSCC students and alumni who are continuing their education at four-year institutions. Most awards are announced at a special reception held annually in early May, attended by student recipients and the donors whose generosity made the scholarships possible. Over 50% of students attending NSCC receive some sort of financial assistance. Since 1985, the NSCC Foundation has presented scholarships to NSCC students to help pay for increasing educational expenses. In total, nearly 4,000 students have been awarded over $3.4 million in scholarships.

Scholarship donors and recipients enjoy meeting and learning about each other at the annual scholarship reception.

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NSCC Offers “Free College” North Shore Promise Award Program North Shore Community College is the first community college in the Northeast to offer a self-funded “free college” pilot program for 100 eligible incoming students. The “North Shore Promise Award” strives to attract students who are being priced out of higher education as they do not qualify for full federal and state grant aid, are unable to afford the gap between financial aid and the cost of attendance, or are too risk-averse to utilize student loans. “NSCC is committed to making college affordable for even more students to achieve the life-long dream of a college degree with less student debt,” said NSCC President Patricia A. Gentile. “The North Shore Promise Award reduces the direct cost to attend NSCC to zero for new full-time students who are eligible for financial aid but lack enough grant funds to cover tuition and fees.”

R.T. Paine and Barbara Metcalf meet their student scholarship recipient at the 2018 Scholarship Reception.

Massachusetts’ Commonwealth Commitment Makes College Affordable North Shore Community College has taken the lead in the state in getting its students enrolled in The Commonwealth Commitment, an innovative college affordability and completion plan to help more students achieve the dream of a college degree. The program is the first agreement of its kind in the nation. Over 100 NSCC students have taken advantage of the program to date, with more enrolling for fall 2018. The plan commits every public campus to providing 10% rebates at the end of each successfully completed semester to qualifying undergraduate students. Eligible students should be able to realize an average savings of $5,090 off the cost of obtaining a baccalaureate degree. Students begin their studies at one of the state’s 15 community colleges, must attend full-time and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0. After earning an associate degree in two and a half years or less, students will transfer to a state university or UMass campus to earn a baccalaureate degree.

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LYNN CAMPUS EXPANDS

Photo Courtesy of Shepley Bulfinch

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NSCC’s Lynn Campus Expansion North Shore Community College’s 37,000- square-foot expansion of NSCC’s Thomas W. McGee Building has transformed the Lynn Campus. The new extension provides 10 smart classrooms, a centralized Student Success Center, a testing center, Academic Technology space, a Center for Teaching, Learning and Innovation, offices and a board/ community meeting room, and lots of informal congregation space for students. The extension also features a beautiful new entry plaza and façade to better connect the college with downtown Lynn.

This expansion gives NSCC the opportunity to better serve our students, and to connect with our neighborhood, our city and region, and our corporate and municipal partners even more effectively. — NSCC President Patricia A. Gentile

NSCC’s Lynn campus opened in 1985, designed to serve 1,000 students, and was immediately full to capacity. Currently, approximately 49 percent of NSCC’s nearly 8,000 credit students attend classes primarily on the Lynn campus.

The College was fortunate to have many community leaders on hand for the grand opening of its new Lynn Campus Extension.

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Greenhouse Opens on Lynn Campus A 1,200–square-foot greenhouse opened on North Shore Community College’s Lynn Campus to support the college’s Agriculture and Food Services career pathways including horticulture, culinary arts and medicine, STEM labs, early childhood education and floriculture curriculum. The fully equipped greenhouse, which will begin holding classes in spring 2019, has irrigation, lighting and heating systems, aquaponics, rain catchment, composting, sorting tables and lab test kits. Health and Science students will conduct lab experiments and view real time applications of sustainable ecosystems. Culinary arts students will grow and experiment with specialty vegetable and herbs for serving in their Café, while small business entrepreneur students will experience the process of bringing a product to “market.” The College is partnering with The Food Project, which will share greenhouse space and assist in daily operations. Food Project Seed Crew & Dirt Crew members will interact with NSCC students in project planning and implementation of new garden spaces, educational displays and assist with Salad Days in the Lynn elementary schools. The project will also be part of a larger movement known as Lynn Grows.

NSCC’s Lynn Campus greenhouse will be open for classes in Spring 2019.

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Campus Bookstore for Students and the Community The City of Lynn’s first and only bookstore opened at North Shore Community College’s Lynn campus in fall 2018. The new venue represents a partnership between Follett and NSCC. “The College is excited about this new partnership which will provide expanded and refreshed products to our students and faculty members,” said NSCC President Patricia A. Gentile. “We were the last community college in Massachusetts to run our own bookstore and it was time to move in a new direction. We look forward to what Follett will be able to additionally offer our community as well as the downtown Lynn residents.”

The renovated Lynn Campus bookstore, now run by Follett, will offer residents of the city of Lynn their first bookstore. The community is welcome to use the facility.

New Student Veterans Center Opens at NSCC’s Lynn Campus Student veterans on the Lynn campus of North Shore Community College now have access to a new Student Veterans Lounge modeled after the successful addition of a Veterans Center at the Danvers Campus in 2013. The Veterans Center was made possible by the family of a Vietnam veteran who went back to school and understands the importance of a gathering place for returning veterans assimilating to a civilian environment. NSCC’s over 250 student veterans and active military members can now utilize dedicated space to study, receive assistance in applying for veteran’s benefits, and obtain VA support services right on campus. Perhaps most importantly, they have a welcoming place to connect, identify and share experiences with other student veterans and experienced staff.

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A ribbon cutting this spring celebrated the creation of a new Student Veterans Center on NSCC’s Lynn Campus.

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NSCC BY THE NUMBERS STUDENT PROFILES STUDENT PROFILE (Based on CCSSE Survey in Spring 2017)

STUDENTS BY AGE | (Fall 2017)

NONNATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS

19 & Under 24.3%

50 + 3.6%

19.7% WORKING WHILE IN SCHOOL

40-49 6.4%

86.0%

20-24 36.8% 24-39 29.0%

CARE FOR A DEPENDENT

WORK 30 OR MORE HOURS PER WEEK

52.5%

31.0% MARRIED 11.3%

DEMOGRAPHICS | (Fall 2018)

4%

Asian

10 %

Black/African American

25%

Hispanic/Latino Two or More Races

3%

White Other

1%

Unknown

2%

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55%

43%

57%

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GRADUATE DATA

TUITION & FEES COLLEGE TUITION & FEE COMPARISON

GRADUATE DATA | (2018) DEGREES & CERTIFICATE CONFERRED

1,103

DEGREES CONFERRED

918

CERTIFICATES CONFERRED

186

CREDENTIAL CONFERRED TO MINORITY STUDENTS

400

CREDENTIAL CONFERRED TO NONMINORITY STUDENTS

703

UNDUPLICATED GRADUATES (GRADUATES COUNTED ONLY ONCE)

1,079

GRADUATE’S GENDER | (2018)

MALE 38.4%

FEMALE 61.5%

COLLEGE

TUITION per year

BOARD

$4,944

NSCC

TOTAL $4,944

Public 4-year

$10,278

$13,000

$23,278

Private 4-year

$32,154

$14,900

$47,054

Source: College Navigator

ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT BY PATHWAYS Liberal Studies Pathways

22.0%

Nursing and Allied Health

21.0%

Business & Administrative Pathways

16.8%

No Pathway

9.4%

Emergency Response Pathways

7.3%

Education Pathways

4.8%

Human Services Pathways

4.4%

Information Technology Pathways

4.1%

Information Technology Pathways

3.0%

Engineering & Industrial Technology Pathways

2.8%

Science Pathways

2.6%

Agriculture & Food Services Pathways

0.7%

Personal Services Pathways

0.5%

STUDENT ATTRIBUTES | (Fall 2017) GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYED

CONTINUING EDUCATION

ASSOCIATE DEGREE GRADUATES

73.0%

46.0%

ONE- YEAR CERTIFICATE GRADUATES

83.0%

45.0%

TWO -YEAR CERTIFICATE GRADUATES

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FALL SEMESTER 2017 CREDIT STUDENTS

6,087

VETERANS 86.0%

27.0%

NEW JOBS IN MA REQUIRING POSTSECONDARY TRAINING

72%

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Pictured l to r: Stephen T. Vesey, NSCC Foundation, Inc. Board President; 2018 Award honorees Mary Sarris, Caleb Loring III and Dr. Catherine Latham; and President Patricia Gentile.

C HAMPIONS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Champions For North Shore Community College In 2017, the North Shore Community College Foundation established the NSCC Champions Award, celebrating exceptional leaders dedicated to excellence in higher education and career pathways for North Shore residents. This prestigious award will be presented annually at the Champions for North Shore Community College Recognition Breakfast. Net proceeds from this event benefit NSCC Foundation initiatives that enhance educational access and student success at NSCC. “We are pleased to celebrate Champions of Higher Education who have partnered with NSCC for decades because they believe in our students’ success and the link between access to education and the vitality of our communities,” said Stephen Vesey, President of the NSCC Foundation. “Thanks to the contributions of our distinguished honorees, our students are finding their own ‘inner champion’ at NSCC.”

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Pictured l-r, NSCC President Patricia Gentile, with 2017 honorees Barbara and R.T. Paine Metcalf, Senator Thomas McGee and Barbara Heinemann for Eastern Bank.

Inaugural Champions For North Shore Community College Recognition Breakfast Senator Thomas M. McGee, R.T. Paine and Barbara Metcalf, and Eastern Bank were honored at the inaugural Champions for North Shore Community College Recognition Breakfast October 3, 2017, for decades of exceptional leadership on the North Shore and their impact on higher education. The Metcalfs of Beverly Farms were honored in recognition of philanthropy and volunteerism to the college; State Senator Thomas M. McGee for his public service and advocacy; and Eastern Bank in recognition of community impact.

2nd Annual Champions For North Shore Community College Recognition Breakfast The 2018 Champions Award was presented on October 4, 2018, to three champions of higher education: Caleb Loring III and The Loring Family, in recognition of philanthropy and volunteerism. Mary Sarris, Executive Director, North Shore Workforce Investment Board, in recognition of community impact.

To be a champion for something means ‘to be a strong advocate or defender’. But in order to truly be a champion for something, you must believe in it. And it’s that belief – that passion - that motivates champions to invest in something bigger than themselves, something that extends beyond their own circumstances. It’s not for the spotlight, not for recognition. It comes from the heart, and it inspires others to join them. — Stephanie Lee, NSCC Foundation Vice President

Catherine C. Latham, Ed.D., Superintendent, Lynn Public Schools (2009 – 2018) in recognition of public service and advocacy. PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

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THE FUND FOR NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Transforming Lives, Strengthening Communities. Every Gift Matters–Especially Yours. PRIORITY: SCHOLARSHIPS AND LEARNING More than 50% of NSCC students need financial assistance, and 65% are the first in their family to attend college.

One in three NSCC students are hungry and one in five have experienced homelessness, exceeding national averages for college communities.

Your gift will fund scholarships that make higher education possible – helping students attend full-time, work less hours, and reduce student loan debt burden.

PRIORITY: STUDENT ESSENTIAL NEEDS Your gift will have a measurable impact for real people – helping students overcome obstacles and complete their degrees.

PRIORITY: AREAS OF GREATEST NEED Your gift will support technology and resources for a 21st century learning environment. With 92% of NSCC graduates living and working on the North Shore, NSCC is training the skilled workforce and leaders of tomorrow.

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DONOR HONOR ROLL

PROFILES IN PHILANTHROPY

THANK YOU to our new supporters and to our longtime, dedicated donors, whose generosity transforms the lives of NSCC students and strengthens the greater North Shore community. Includes donations to the NSCC Foundation from July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2018.

Front row: Professor Emeritus Dr. Sheldon Brown and his wife Frances visit with (back row) President Patricia A. Gentile.

Sheldon and Frances Brown In 1996, Dr. Sheldon Brown (now NSCC Professor Emeritus) founded the Forums on Tolerance at NSCC to foster learning more about one another, encouraging empathy and understanding, and to make a difference in ourselves, our communities and our world. Twenty-two years and 40 Forums later, Sheldon and his wife, Frances, have ensured that the vital mission of the Forums will continue in perpetuity by establishing The Forums on Tolerance Endowed Fund with a $15,000 contribution to the NSCC Foundation. This Fund is in memory of their parents, Elizabeth and Harry Brown, and Sylvia and David Novetsky, brother Avi Novetsky, and also of Sheldon’s relatives, the Szwejd and Siderman families, who were murdered in the Holocaust in Nesvizh, Belarus in 1941. The Fund will be utilized for Honoraria for Forum speakers. The Forums are held twice a year and are open to the greater community.

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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS SCHOLARSHIP Lynne and David Adams Nancy and Francis Alberto Brenda Allen Catherine Anderson Bernard M. Sullivan Insurance Martha Brine Sheldon and Frances Brown Patricia Brown Viall Irene and Thomas Buckley Carolyn Burke Kim Bushey Patricia and John Callahan Sandra and Russell Carriker Judith Carter Sharon Carter-Grimes and David Grimes Aimee Corso Barbara Cotoia Andrea DeFusco-Sullivan Lillian Derderian Jane Duffy Susan Ferrante Eric Frauwirth General Electric Foundation Katherine German David Grimes and Sharon Carter-Grimes Sandra and Lawrence Hackman Joan Hart and George Hart, Jr. Colleen Harvill Cheryl Hines Karen Hynick Kristen Kaeding Anita Kaplan Mark Knutsen Patricia Manninen Janet McLanahan Joseph Modugno

Cynthia and Timothy Murphy Bob and Mary Murphy John Nelson Marybeth Nelson Joan and Bob Peabody Carol Reina Richard Reney Gregory Reppucci Jacqueline Sakamoto Mary Sarris Donna Stefano and Arthur Neuner Cristy Sugarman Susan Sullivan Judith Terban Mary Jo Thibedeau George Traicoff Madeline Wallis Thomas Wisbey IRVING ADLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Avery Walsh and Adam Lapidus ADULT LEARNING CENTER SCHOLARSHIP Anonymous Cheryl Hines PATRICK AHEARN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kathleen Ahearn George Bunk Margaret Gasperoni Susan Matson Carol Raynes J.D. Tabor Lynn Wermers Mary Wittenhagen

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ANALOGIC CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP Analogic Corporation DAVID and MICHELLE BAER SCHOLARSHIP David and Michelle Baer SENATOR FREDERICK E. BERRY SCHOLARSHIP Frederick Berry

The Women’s Fund of Essex County In 2016, the Women’s Fund of Essex County approached NSCC with a question. What do single mothers on the North Shore need in order stay in school and graduate? A survey of NSCC single parent students revealed that the primary need is flexible financial assistance. Partnering with NSCC leadership to develop a program with eligibility and evaluation criteria, The Women’s Fund of Essex County committed $75,000 over three years to pilot the Support for Single Mothers Fund at NSCC. “Our goal was to have a two-generation impact, and the results of this partnership are far exceeding our expectations. We are truly changing the future for single mothers and their families,” says Ro French, President of The Women’s Fund of Essex County.

CHRISTINE TUFTS BEVERIDGE SCHOLARSHIP William Casey Dean Macheras Tara Robillard Terc Robert and Joan Tufts Donna Zahn ARISTOMENES “MANEY” BORATGIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Cynthia Boratgis Stephen Boratgis STEPHEN BOURKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Thomas and Madeline Bourke DR. MARTHA BRINE SCHOLARSHIP Martha Brine Joyce Jeong PROFESSOR SHELDON BROWN TOLERANCE SCHOLARSHIP Sheldon and Frances Brown Joyce Jeong BETSY BURTON SCHOLARSHIP FOR EMPOWERMENT Wayne and Elizabeth Burton

Scholarship donor Mary Murphy and Kayla Trahan, Bob & Mary Murphy scholarship recipient, meet at the 2018 Scholarship Reception

Bob and Mary Murphy Bob ‘99, a systems analyst at NSCC, and his wife Mary, daughter of the late NSCC Professor Peter Foss, are longtime supporters of the NSCC Scholarship Program. In 2017, they redirected the Bob and Mary Murphy Scholarship to support an incoming NSCC college student who completed NSCC’s Adult Learning Center program, which offers free basic literacy and High School Equivalency Test prep courses to help adults pursue further education and job training. “We wanted to help someone take that next step forward and go to college,” says Bob. “Education changed the course of my life, and we are honored to make that opportunity possible

WAYNE M. BURTON PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP John Nelson JONATHAN GLOVER BUTLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Nathaniel Butler KENNETH CARLSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP William Carlson CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP Anita Turner Marion Potoczak

CHAMPIONS FOR NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE RECOGNITION BREAKFAST 2017 Presenting Sponsors Comcast Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Caleb Loring Jr. and Rosemary Loring Charitable Fund Gold Sponsor Donna and Henry Bertolon Silver Sponsors Jay Cashman, Inc. National Grid Premier Plastic Surgery of New England Bronze Sponsors Anthony & Dodge, PC Beverly Rotary Club Steve Vesey’s Business Legacy Strategies Care Dimensions Nancy Carey Coastal Capital Group The Loring Family McLane Middleton NSCC Alumni Association Salem Five Charitable Foundation Solimine Funeral Homes and Lucia Lighting & Design Campbell Steward United Way of Massachusetts Bay YMCA of the North Shore Supporters Kennon Anderson David and Michelle Baer Bridgewell, Inc. Lynn Bryant Wayne and Elizabeth Burton I.W. Colburn Committee to Elect Buzzy Barton Committee to Elect Dan Cahill Committee to Elect Thomas M. McGee Committee to Elect Jerry Parisella Committee to Elect Ted Speliotis Brendan Crighton Dan Clasby & Company Bruce and Elizabeth Daniels Economic Development Industrial Corporation Margaret Erickson Essex County Community Foundation Family & Children’s Services of Greater Lynn, Inc. Janice Forsstrom Rosemary and Hollis French Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel Girls Incorporated of Lynn Gordon and Linda Hall Hancock Associates Thomas Hanlon Hawthorne Hotel

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Barbara Heinemann Cara Hutchins Karen Hynick Lyn Kaplan Laurie LaChapelle and David Leach Lahey Health Shared Services Law Offices of Jeff Goldman Stephanie Lee Caleb Loring III and Bronwyn Loring Lynn Community Health, Inc. Lynn Housing Authority Nicole Marcotte and Shaila Gent Teury Marte Dianne McDermott Cerasuolo Theresa McMillin Kevin and Jill Michaud Marrit Nauta Hastings and Calvin Hastings Marybeth Nelson North Shore Bank North Shore Chamber of Commerce North Shore Elder Services Wendy Payne Deborah Powell Wendy Roworth Laura Rubin Julie Sagan Shari Sagan McGuirk Sagan Realty LLC Salem State University Mary Sarris John Shane Binkley and Paula Shorts Robert and Marie Struzziero C. David Surface Robert and Joan Tufts Verizon Foundation Madeline Wallis Steven Walsh Roberta Whiting Jermaine Williams Richard and Cheryl Yagjian EDNA and GEORGE H. CHANSKY SCHOLARSHIP Joel and Rosemary Chansky MARIE J. CLARKE and STEPHEN J. CLARKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Joyce Jeong MICHAEL COSTALES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Beverly Flight Center John Bosco Gail Costales Shaun Silverio Charles and Elaine Smith ANTHONY M. COTOIA SCHOLARSHIP Barbara Cotoia

CUMMINGS SERVICE LEARNING SCHOLARSHIP Cathy and Mark Kaluzny SARIKA DANG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Girish and Anita Dang DANVERS ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP Rotary Club of Danvers FRANK DAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Lynne Albert Nancy and Francis Alberto Sheldon and Frances Brown Sandra and Russell Carriker John and Jacquelyn Casaceli Samantha Croce Christine Day Norman and Susanne Donnelly John Ferrick Paul Frydrych Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel Jean Hodgin Geoffrey and Deborah Hunt Joyce Jeong Donald Manzoli Randi Mitchell James and Kate Mossman Anne O’Shea Gregory Reppucci Graham Rosby Sanofi Foundation of North America Joan Sullivan Anh Dao Tran-Moseman Ralph and Nancy Tufo Christiana and Jasper Vicenti Phuong Vo Mary and Douglas Zook “A THREAD OF HOPE” JOHNNY DELORENZO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Marion Potoczak JUSTIN DIAMOND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Vivian Diamond DR. WILLIAM G. DWYER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kathleen Dwyer EARLY COLLEGE ACHIEVER SCHOLARSHIP Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAM Fred and Judy Schmid Charitable Foundation Thomas Demakes Gerondelis Foundation Verizon Foundation ELEMENT CARE SCHOLARSHIP Element Care

PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

ELLUCIAN SCHOLARSHIP Ellucian ENGLISH DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP Susan Herman Jean Hodgin MARTHA R. and RANDOLPH P. FARMER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Martha Farmer and Steven Carhart FED CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP Moonsu Han ROBERT J. FERRANTE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Sheldon and Frances Brown Phyllis and Thomas Cafarella Philip Ciampa Susan Ferrante Cheryl Gebhardt Pauline Giannelli Margaret and David Hegarty Joan and William Quigley Barbara and Douglas Sewall The Forums on Tolerance PETER J. FOSS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Deborah and Steven Cox Peter and Jenifer Foss General Electric Foundation Charles Gerrior Barbara Murphy Bob and Mary Murphy Barbara and Hugh Wiberg Juliana Williams ROBERT H. FOUHY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP John and Patricia Fouhy LIZ FRUTIGER SCHOLARSHIP William Frutiger Henry and Ruth Heil GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Paul Allen, Jr. and Cathleen Allen Margaret Andreas Anonymous Jeffrey Barile John Bosco Kim Carbonneau Linda Carnevale Elaine Champagne Christopher Chirco Julie Corso John and Mary Crowley Josephine and Paul Currie James Dailey William and Sharon Dean Diana Denning Robert Deteso Frederica Doeringer

Denise Driscoll-Ryan Estate of Marcia A. Granfield Carol Fazio Paul Frydrych Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel Michael and Susan Gionfriddo Eileen Girard James and Christine Harris John Hough Elizabeth and Michael Joens Mark and Cathy Kaluzny Lyn Kaplan Dennis and Debra Kondracki Mia Lalander Merinda LePage and Herbert LePage, Jr. Elizabeth and John Lucas Mary Mahoney Carlos Marin David Masse Dawna Matkevicius Joseph Modugno Mary Jo Nichols Susan and James Noyes NYSE Euronext Foundation Cynthia O’Donnell Raymond Page Joan and Bob Peabody Kenneth and Lorraine Proposki Madeline Romano Jane Saltonstall Brenda Schelling-Biggs Stephen Seymour Robert Shaw Binkley and Paula Shorts Joseph Spaulding Debra Steeves Gerard Sullivan John Teahan Thermo Fisher Scientific Anna and Spiros Tourkakis Vu Tran United Technologies Jon and Anne Waisnor Yvonne Westcott Christine Wiley Nancy Winter Donald and Florence Wood Barbara and John Wroblewski Marian Zeles Patricia and Gerald Zingariello GEORGETOWN BANK SCHOLARSHIP Georgetown Savings Bank Salem Five Charitable Foundation KATHLEEN and THOMAS GERECKE SCHOLARSHIP Thomas and Kathie Gerecke IRENE and JOHN MADDEN AND LORRAINE and FRANK GERECKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Thomas and Kathie Gerecke

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GINSBERG FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

MICHAUD MITSUBISHI SCHOLARSHIP Michaud Mitsubishi Kevin and Jill Michaud

Ruth Moran JAMES GRABOWSKI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Louis Potvin, Jr. and Joyce Potvin MYRNA HOLZER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Joanne and Jonathan Light HONORS PROGRAM SHOWCASE Marcey Marold JACQUELINE’S BAKERY SCHOLARSHIP Jacqueline’s Bakery

Members of the Alumni Association admire the student lounge in the new Lynn extension which they provided funding for. Shown from left are: Julianne Howland, Anh Dao Tran-Moseman, alumni representative on the college’s Board of Trustees, Nancy Barker, Lesley Peters, Donna Rosato, Lisa Tusinski and Rev. Donna Spencer Collins.

JEANNE MURPHY NEW BEGINNINGS SCHOLARSHIP Jeanne Leydon Charles Murphy Monica Smiddy

NSCC Alumni Association

ROBERTA AND BERNARD M. KLINE SCHOLARSHIP Alan and Darlene Kline

From new scholarships to targeted grants and a $25,000 gift to North Shore Advancing, the NSCC Alumni Association has truly elevated the entire college community! Thanks to the Association, students at the Lynn Campus now have a beautiful, welcoming Student Lounge in which to study, gather, and engage. Recipients of the Association’s new Beacon Scholarship will each receive $1,000 annually for up to three years to help cover the gap between their financial aid and NSCC tuition and fees. Students from NSCC’s Center for Alternative Students program traveled to Eastern Europe to study the Holocaust with the help of a $5,000 grant from the Association. The link between NSCC alumni and students makes our college community stronger, and the NSCC Alumni Association is truly a cornerstone of our success.

The William L. Saltonstall Foundation The NSCC Lynn Campus has a new Testing Center thanks to a $50,000 grant award from The William L. Saltonstall Foundation. The new space accommodates nearly double the number of students and features four testing rooms with faster, more reliable computer and software access and increased flexibility for test offerings. Every NSCC student utilizes the Testing Center, and more than half of the 17,000 tests administered annually take place at the Lynn Campus. The high-stake tests are used to determine course placement, credit for prior learning, certification and credential earning, and course grades. This new Testing Center is essential to student success and the overall college experience at NSCC.

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MAGGIE LABELLA SCHOLARSHIP Anonymous Stephanie Clark Cheryl Gebhardt Janet LaBella Maggie LaBella Cynthia O’Donnell Gerard Sullivan MINNETTE LALL SCHOLARSHIP Joyce Jeong LATINO HISPANIC COLLEGE SUCCESS PROGRAM Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation A. JAMES LYNCH SCHOLARSHIP A. James Lynch Real Estate & Insurance GRETA MACLACHLAN SCHOLARSHIP Thomas and Courtney MacLachlan MARY D. RING CAREGIVERS SCHOLARSHIP Bryan Ring Julie Welch CHRISTINA MELE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Anonymous Sonia Bejjani Sarah Hajjar Kathleen Hirbour MICHAUD FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Michaud Mitsubishi Kevin and Jill Michaud

LISA MILSO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Jay Bistany Thomas and Madeline Bourke Caroline Coscia Lisa Migliori Marie Milso Joseph Modugno Maria Pace Salvatore and Ann Pace Lesley Peters Arthur and Loel Poor MINEAR FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Paul and Suesan Minear BOB and MARY MURPHY SCHOLARSHIP General Electric Foundation Bob and Mary Murphy NATIONAL GRAND BANK SCHOLARSHIP National Grand Bank NEWBURYPORT GARDEN CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Newburyport Garden Club NORTH SHORE ADVANCING LYNN CAMPUS EXPANSION Lobby/Student Common Area Gerondelis Foundation, Inc. Student Success Center The North Shore Community College Foundation, Inc. Testing Center The William L. Saltonstall Foundation Student Lounge NSCC Alumni Association Academic Technology Suite Henderson/Bertolon Classrooms/Offices Delulis Brothers Construction Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel The Horrocks Family R.T. Paine and Barbara Metcalf The Pyatt Family Fred and Judy Schmid Charitable Foundation Verizon Foundation Donor Recognition Wall Phanary Auk Patricia and John Callahan Maria Carrasco Peter, Julia and Mia Eliopoulos Janice Forsstrom Huiwei Guan The Harron Family Lyn Kaplan J.D. and Christina LaRock

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NSCC Alumni Association in loving memory of Lisa Milso Ina Resnikoff Binkley and Paula Shorts Stephen and Michele Vesey CONTINUE THE LEGACY – NSCC FACULTY AND STAFF Linda Brantley David Houle and Michael Sullivan Nicole Marcotte and Shaila Gent Rick Ponticelli Kathleen Romanos Danielle Santos Brenda Schelling-Biggs Anne Sears Cristy Sugarman Cynthia Therrien Supporters Judith and Peter Dore Arthur Flanagan Maureen Kody Nahant Woman’s Club John Scrivano Robert Snook Trong Tran NORTH SHORE BANK SCHOLARSHIP North Shore Bank NORTH SHORE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP North Shore Horticultural Society NORTH SHORE TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP North Shore Technology Council NSCC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Anonymous Kristine Babcock Nancy and Milton Barker Barbara Barnes Louis and Maryann Beckett Tracy Berenson Kathleen Blakeman Lorraine Boyd Harvey and Janice Calichman Andrea Cole Donna Spencer Collins Catherine Crowley Jacquelyn DeLorenzo Sandra Ducunha Sandra Edwards Susan Fountain Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel Maryellen Gigliotti Julianne Howland Nancy Jones Janet and Curtis Kimball Robert Kohn Brenda LaFrance Linda LeColst Liberty Mutual Group Lucille Malone Karynn Mason PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

Justine and Glen Morse Bob and Mary Murphy Donna Newhall Karen Nielsen Annmarie Paolucci Lesley Peters Marion Potoczak Maureen Preczewski Sandra Rochon Susan Rodgers Donna Rosato Salem State University Diane Sanford Tides Restaurant and Pub Lisa Tusinski NSCC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS NSCC Alumni Association NSCC PROFESSORS EMERITI SCHOLARSHIP Edward and Marion Bailey Harry and Phyllis Bowen Sheldon and Frances Brown Carl Carlsen Sandra and Russell Carriker Judith Carter Jean Hodgin Judith James Susan Jhirad Paul Lospennato Barbara Maccarone Thomas and Courtney MacLachlan Judith Maxfield Janet McLanahan John Nelson Rick Ponticelli James Regan Gregory Reppucci Jennifer Rich John and Sandra Ronan Francis Ryan Christine Salvanelli Robert Salvanelli Donna Stefano and Arthur Neuner Christine Wiley Donald Williams NSCC VETERANS CENTER – LYNN CAMPUS Anonymous MR. and MRS. RAHUL PATEL SCHOLARSHIP Jagruti and Rahul Patel JOAN and BOB PEABODY SCHOLARSHIP Michael Badolato Christian Bednar Carolyn Burke Aimee Corso Donna and Lawrence Davis Andrea DeFusco-Sullivan Eric Frauwirth Cheryl Gebhardt

Karen Hynick Kristen Kaeding Lucille Malone Ellen and John O’Donnell Cynthia O’Donnell Karen Pangallo Joan and Bob Peabody Laura Rubin Walter Stone Cristy Sugarman Kelly Sullivan James Thompson Jill Thornton DAN POPP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Lynn Wermers Teresa Whitney ANNE PRIVEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Cheryl and Robert Finkelstein JULIUS PRIVEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Cheryl and Robert Finkelstein PROFESSOR JUDY PUTNAM SCHOLARSHIP Mark and Pat Rand Polly Southwick EUGENE and JULIA QUAGLIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP General Electric Foundation Richard Quaglia JULIA QUAGLIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP General Electric Foundation Richard Quaglia INA RESNIKOFF SCHOLARSHIP Ina Resnikoff MARIE C. RILEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Joseph Riley RAYMOND and HILDA RODWELLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP General Electric Foundation Martha Rodweller Richard and Carol Wysopal MARY F. ROKOWSKI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Janice Forsstrom SAMUEL and GERTRUDE ROME MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Judith and David Cohen

NORA and DANIEL ROURKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP The Rourke Family Foundation Thomas and Patricia Rourke JANE LILLY ROWE, R.N. SCHOLARSHIP Kenneth Walton MAX RUBINSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP Martha and Max Rubinstein Family Foundation FRANCIS RYAN SCHOLARSHIP James and Elaine Horrocks DANIEL RYBICKI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Linda Carnevale Joan and Charles Houghton SEASIDE GARDEN CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Seaside Garden Club PROFESSOR NAHUM “ABE” SHERF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Family of David and Lori Sherf Family of Mark and Nicole Sherf SOLIMINE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Solimine Charitable Corp. HENDERSON ARTHUR STERN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Diane Stern and Neil Ungerleider STOP HUNGER ON CAMPUS (SHOC) Anonymous Lori Azzara James Chisholm Kristin and Christopher Erbetta Kathryn Gallo Linda Goodale Kathleen Hirbour Betsy Mariere Andrea Milligan Nahant Woman’s Club Matthew Qualter Stacy Randell Sigma Phi Gamma International Sorority Nu Chi Chapter Cristy Sugarman Kathryn and Larry Sullivan Kei Tiggs Kathleen and Patrick Yanchus PAUL E. STORY SCHOLARSHIP Country Financial Services, Inc. ALEXANDER J. STRUZZIERO SCHOLARSHIP Robert and Marie Struzziero

ROSE SCHOLARSHIP Susan Jhirad

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Diane Stern presents the Henderson Arthur Stern Memorial Scholarship to NSCC student Maria Rosario.

Diane Stern For Diane, establishing a college scholarship for a Lynn English High School (LEHS) graduate was the perfect tribute to her father’s legacy. Born and raised in Lynn, Henderson Arthur Stern was an LEHS alumnus and owner of Stern’s Jewelers in downtown Lynn. While exploring local options, Diane’s husband, Neil Ungerleider, discovered the NSCC Foundation Scholarship Program. “The scholarship process was so easy, and the gratification from this experience is truly over the top. Meeting the students you are helping is such a rewarding experience.” The Henderson Arthur Stern Memorial Scholarship is designated for an incoming NSCC student who is an LEHS graduate, an immigrant or first generation U.S. citizen, and an Early College program participant. Diane and Neil have pledged $5,000 to this scholarship, with $1,000 awarded to a new student annually.

STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES DAPI GRANT Learning Disabilities Foundation of America STUDENT ESSENTIAL NEEDS Catherine and Herbert Allard Judith Andrews Thomas Byard James Dailey Dana D’Amour Christine Day Diane Dickerson Maureen Edison Marsha Gadzera Eileen Girard John Hough Cathy and Mark Kaluzny Robert Kmetz Nicole Marcotte and Shaila Gent Carlos Marin Ann Marquis John and Alison Miniter Anne Marie Perry Steven Preston John and Sandra Ronan Mary Sarris Philip Sbaratta Brenda Schelling-Biggs Mary Sheehan Andrew Spinneit Joanne Sullivan Thermo Fisher Scientific Jermaine Williams Lauren Woodward and Bradley Henry Barbara and John Wroblewski SUPPORT FOR SINGLE MOTHERS FUND The Women’s Fund of Essex County TALLO FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Harold LePage Merinda LePage and Herbert LePage, Jr. James Tallo TJX SCHOLARSHIP The TJX Companies, Inc. TRAN PHAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Sanofi Foundation of North America Anh Dao Tran-Moseman UNCOMMON LEADER SCHOLARSHIP Anh Dao Tran-Moseman

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UNRESTRICTED GIFTS SUPPORTING AREAS OF GREATEST NEED Richard Adelman Deborah and Amory Aldrich Catherine and Herbert Allard Amazon.com Anonymous Apple Lane Foundation Mary and Leo Archambault Paul Armitage Maryanne Askwyth Benevity Community Impact Fund Susan Benua Donna and Henry Bertolon Peter and Jeanne Borge John Bosco Leo Boutin Richard and Margaret Bowen Virginia Brewer Debra and E Bridges Gordon and Jane Brown John and Virginia Buckley Robert and Jean Buell Kim Carbonneau Diane Chatigny John and Faith Churchill Cheryl Conte Nathaniel Coolidge John Corey Robert and Barbara Costello Jane Coviello Kelley Cox John and Mary Crowley Yvonne Crowley Laura Cutler Glenn Dansker Nelson and Ruth Darling Darling Family Charitable Trust Diana Denning Diane Dickerson Sandra Dionne Judith and Peter Dore Barbara Duke-Legere David Durgin Michael Estey Thomas Fabrizio Michael Fahey Diane Faissler Carol Fazio Janice Forsstrom Susan Fountain Rosemary and Hollis French Kenneth Fure Judith Garland Susan Garrett Margaret Gauthier Patricia Gentile and George Ditzel Michael and Susan Gionfriddo Patricia Godfrey Marilyn and George Gogas Gail and John Griffin Gordon and Linda Hall Maureen Cason Hanlon and Charles Hanlon

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Donna Hanson Susan and Alan Harding James and Christine Harris Kevin Harron Claire-Marie Hart Janet Heintzman-Lindsay and Andrew Lindsay Emily and Reeve Hobbie John Hough David Houle and Michael Sullivan Francine Hughes Timothy and Joanie Ingraham Insperity Martha Jacobus Chedly Jean Joyce Jeong Eric Johnson Carolyn and William Jones Cathy and Mark Kaluzny Faith Kramer Miles and Joan Kulukundis Laurie LaChapelle and David Leach J.D. and Christina LaRock Ksenia Lebedeva O’Donnell Stephanie Lee Andrew Lindsay and Janet Heintzman-Lindsay Patricia Lipson Phillip and Steffany Litch John Lloyd Caleb Loring III and Bronwyn Loring Elizabeth and John Lucas Michael MacDonald Mary Mahoney Charles and Sally Mammen Nicole Marcotte and Shaila Gent Massachusetts Business Development Corporation David Masse Dawna Matkevicius Joan McMenimen R.T. Paine and Barbara Metcalf Janet Moffett William and Marie Mullen Barbara and John Nabozny Mireille Ngwelebe North Shore Bank Susan and James Noyes Kevin Ortiz Stephanie Parsons PayPal Charitable Giving Fund Mary Perreault James and Anne Ridley Maria Rivera Paul and Julia Robichau Susan-Ellen and Wyley Robinson Mary and Joel Rodowicz John and Lisa Ruggiero Helene Ryan James Ryan John Ryan Mary Sarris Philip Sbaratta Brenda Schelling-Biggs Mark Schelzi PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

Lisa Scimone Stanley and Joyce Seaberg James Sears Nancy and Robert Silvester Linda Simpson John and Margaret Singleton Paul and Judith Sklar Monica Smiddy Donna Stefano and Arthur Neuner Lissa Stempek Campbell Steward Cristy Sugarman William Sullivan The Alarm Company Patrick Thomas Noreen and Thomas Thompsen Jill Thornton Rosemarie and Charles Tirrell Alejandra Toshach Trong Tran Igwe Uga United Technologies Pauline Vass Verizon Foundation Beverly and Richard Verrengia Jon and Anne Waisnor Madeline Wallis Kevin Walsh Nancy Winter Donald and Florence Wood Denise Wright-McDonald Marian Zeles Patricia and Gerald Zingariello MICHELE VESEY NURSING SCHOLARSHIP Stephen and Michele Vesey VERIZON FOUNDATION STEM LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP Verizon Foundation Veterans Save Fund The Vet Event Inc.

NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE IS ALSO SUPPORTED THROUGH GRANTS FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES/ FUNDERS US Department of Education US Department of Labor Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Massachusetts Department of Higher Education Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Commonwealth Corporation The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation

SPECIAL THANKS TO NSCC COMMUNIVERCITY AT LYNN PARTNERS City of Lynn, Mayor’s Office Lynn Community Health Center Lynn Economic Opportunity, Inc. Lynn Housing and Neighborhood Development Lynn Public Schools North Shore Workforce Investment Board Salem State University Senator Brendan Crighton

GIVING TO NSCC To learn more about philanthropic initiatives, events, and planned giving to benefit North Shore Community College through the North Shore Community College Foundation, visit northshore.edu/giving or contact Nicole Marcotte, Director of Development, at 978-739-5527 or nmarcott@northshore.edu. The North Shore Community College Foundation, Inc. is a qualified 501(c)(3) public charity.

DAVID L. and SUSANA P. WEBER SCHOLARSHIP David and Susana Weber DANIELLE YAGJIAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Danielle Holmes Yagjian Foundation YAGJIAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Richard and Cheryl Yagjian HELEN M. and THOMAS J. ZAMPELL SCHOLARSHIP James and Christine Zampell

College supporters Jane Baugh and Dick Thompson, NSCC Director of Development Nicole Marcotte, and VP of Student Affairs Dr. Jermaine Williams at the Commencement reception.

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COLLEGE AND FOUNDATION FINANCES

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NSCC Financial Operations Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2017 Fund Balance on 6/30/2016 - 66,934,420 REVENUE

NSCC Revenue FY2017

State Appropriation

29,423,726

38%

Capital Appropriation

12,111,925

16%

Tuition and Fees, net

17,862,015

23%

Grants and Contracts

15,528,348

20%

Grants and Contracts

2,563,514

3%

77,489,528

100%

Total Revenue EXPENDITURES

NSCC Expenditures FY2017 23,960,577

37%

Scholarships

3,480,708

5%

Student Services

9,566,714

15%

Academic Support

7,805,080

12%

Maintenance & Plant

5,052,044

8%

Institution Support

9,089,747

14%

0

0%

Depreciation and amortization

3,223,785

5%

Auxiliary Enterprise

2,354,942

4%

64,533,597

100%

Instruction

Public Service

Total Operating Expenses

259,498

Interest Expenses

Total Expenses

64,793,095

NET ASSETS ON 6/30/2017

79,684,622

NSCC Foundation, Inc. Financial Summary Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2017 Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2017 - 7,055,200 REVENUE

Foundation Revenues

Contributions

483,131

71%

Investment Income

193,436

29%

Total Revenue

676,567

100%

Foundation Awards

AWARDS Scholarships (net) Grants

Total Awards NET ASSETS ON 6/30/17

PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2018

173,748

85%

29,850

15%

203,598

100%

8,074,930

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LEADERSHIP AT NSCC Executive Staff Patricia A. Gentile, Ed.D., President Janice Forsstrom, Vice President, Administration & Finance Karen Hynick, Ed.D., Vice President, Academic Affairs Madeline Wallis, Vice President, Human Resources Development

NSCC Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors Officers Stephen T. Vesey, President President Business Legacy Strategies James Horrocks, Vice President CEO Coastal Capital Group

Honorary Directors Wayne M. Burton, Ed.D. President Emeritus North Shore Community College George Traicoff, Ed.D. President Emeritus North Shore Community College

Alumni Association Board of Directors

Jermaine Williams, Ed.D., Vice President, Student Affairs

Stephanie Lee, Vice President Regional Director of Public Affairs Verizon

NSCC Board of Trustees

John Fouhy, Secretary Senior Director Digital Media Services Comcast, Andover

Lisa Tusinski ‘14, Vice President

Bruce Daniels, Treasurer Senior Vice President Boston Private Bank & Trust Company

Nancy Barker ‘10

J.D. LaRock, J.D., Ed.D., Chair President and CEO Commonwealth Corporation Nicole Bluefort, Esq. Law Offices of Nicole Bluefort Dharma Cortes, Ph.D. Senior Research Associate Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy, University of Massachusetts William DeRosa Superintendent (Retired) Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School Jon Gjorga Student Trustee Kevin Harron President and CEO Burtons Grill and Bar Dale Pyatt President and CEO Jay Cashman, Inc. Joseph F. Riley Executive Vice President, Retail Banking Services Salem Five Bank Alex Stone Class of ‘11 Founder and CEO Athletes of Valor Anh Dao Tran-Moseman Class of ‘88 Quality Operations Director Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals Maria Vega-Viera Class of ‘16 Lynn Community Health Center

Directors

Lesley Peters ‘97, President Julie Howland ‘97, Treasurer Donna Rosato ‘03, Secretary Donna Spencer Collins ‘99 (*Listing as of Sept.20, 2018.)

David Baer, Esq. Baer Counsel Patricia A. Gentile, Ed.D. President North Shore Community College Barbara Heinemann Executive Vice President, Consumer Banking Eastern Bank Lyn Kaplan Certified Business Performance Advisor Insperity Brian Mason Vice President, Non-Profit Banking Group People’s United Bank R.T. Paine Metcalf Corporate Vice President UBS Kevin Michaud Class of ‘83 President Michaud Mitsubishi Joseph F. Riley Executive Vice President, Retail Banking Services Salem Five

Student Mike Sharry and NSCC Foundation Secretary, John Fouhy. at the 2018 Champion’s Breakfast.

Kevin Rourke Senior Vice President, Team Leader Salem Five Shari Sagan McGuirk Realtor Sagan Harborside Sotheby’s Int. Realty Mary Sarris Executive Director North Shore Workforce Investment Board

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2018 NSCC STUDENTS GEOGRAPHICALLY NSCC students come from many cities and towns North of Boston, with the most residing in Lynn.

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AMESBURY

17

11

SALISBURY

MERRIMAC

31

NEWBURYPORT

6

WEST NEWBURY

54

HAVERHILL

5

NEWBURY

21

GROVELAND

28

32

31

ROWLEY

GEORGETOWN

METHUEN

28

LAWRENCE

80

40

IPSWICH

BOXFORD

45

NORTH ANDOVER

22

28

32

ANDOVER

ROCKPORT

TOPSFIELD

27

HAMILTON

53

248

10

MIDDLETON

WENHAM

20

55

NORTH READING

238

310

DANVERS

63

48

LYNNFIELD

READING

17

ESSEX

GLOUCESTER

MANCHESTERBY-THE-SEA

BEVERLY

553

PEABODY

98

454

WAKEFIELD

51

201

STONEHAM

74

SALEM

MARBLEHEAD

1509 LYNN

SAUGUS

93

49

SWAMPSCOTT

MELROSE

19

100

32

MALDEN

MEDFORD

69

7

NAHANT

240

REVERE

EVERETT

ARLINGTON

58

WINTHROP

55

CHELSEA

34

EAST BOSTON

OTHER CITIES Somerville Salisbury Burlington Byfield Billerica Merrimac Methuen Tewksbury Lowell Unknown

205

OTHER CITIES/TOWNS 252 less than 10 enrollees or out of state

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Lynn Campus 300 Broad Street Lynn, MA 01901 781-593-6722

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Middleton Location North Shore Business Center 30 Log Bridge Road Middleton, MA 01923 978-762-4000

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North Shore Community College (NSCC) is one of 15 Massachusetts community colleges. The College serves 26 cities and towns along the coastal region from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann. Since its founding in 1965, NSCC has grown from a single building to four campuses, and from five to 80 academic programs of study. The College has an urban campus in downtown Lynn, a suburban campus in Danvers, a workforce training and community education center in Danvers and a cosmetology and culinary center in Middleton. NSCC educates approximately 13,000 credit and non-credit students annually and nearly 40,000 students have graduated from the College. NSCC is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Since 1965, over a quarter million North Shore residents have taken courses at NSCC. Eighty-four percent of NSCC career and technical program students are employed within three months of graduation, and 92% of NSCC graduates live and work on the North Shore.

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NSCC's 2018 President's Report  

North Shore Community College's President's Report 2018: Academics | Achievement | Access | Affordability

NSCC's 2018 President's Report  

North Shore Community College's President's Report 2018: Academics | Achievement | Access | Affordability

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