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President’s Report 2016

ADVANCING A VISION FOR THE FUTURE


CONTENTS

From the President

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Mission, Vision & Values

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New Developments CommUniverCity 4

Major Accomplishments Commonwealth Commitment 6

Supporting Students

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A Vision for the Future

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Success in Lean Times

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Lynn Campus Expansion

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NSCC by the Numbers

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Donor Honor Roll

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College & Foundation Finances

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Leadership at NSCC

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From the President I am so pleased to share this report with you to let you know about some of the exciting things that are happening at North Shore Community College. And, to express my sincere gratitude to you, our faithful supporters, for all you do to ensure the robust viability of the college. North Shore Community College is a wonderful school, and I am very honored to be its President. In my first three years here we have made significant progress and have much of which to be proud. We celebrated the College’s 50th anniversary, created a new five-year strategic plan, entered the quiet phase of North Shore ADVANCING — a major gift and scholarship campaign, added a new wing to our Lynn Campus McGee building, and launched CommUniverCity at Lynn — a birth to career workforce development initiative. Yet there is always more to do and many exciting challenges lie ahead. I thank our faculty, staff, and students who inspire us, our Trustees, business, legislative and community partners who work alongside us, and the friends and supporters who sustain us with their gifts of time, talent and resources. All contribute to NSCC’s deep commitment to student success, academic excellence, accessibility, affordability and leadership in strengthening the communities we serve. Best Regards,

Patricia A. Gentile, Ed.D. President

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The Strategic Plan identifies four essential directions: Academics, Access, Achievement, and Affordability.

Mission, Vision & Values

Strategic Plan 2017-2021

This year North Shore Community College completed a fiveyear Strategic Plan, North Shore ADVANCING: A Vision for the Future, 2017-2021. Faculty, staff, students, Trustees, and external partners engaged for over a year in strategic planning that builds on the College’s accomplishments, analyzes internal and external influences, and charts a course for the future.

With a foundation based on updated Mission, Vision and Values, the Strategic Plan frames NSCC’s historic purpose while bringing the College into its next half century. The Strategic Plan identifies four essential directions — Academics, Access, Achievement, and Affordability — that will guide the College over the next several years. With specific strategies for each direction, the College moves into the future as a strong, innovative, and collaborative leader focusing intently on the needs of the students of today and the economy of tomorrow.

Mission NSCC is a diverse, caring, inclusive community that inspires our students to become engaged 2

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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 NSCC 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 residents. By providing an educated and innovative workforce, North Shore Community College contributes to the economic vitality and resiliency of the Commonwealth.


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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Students who start at NSCC can go anywhere. Augustina Egbuiwe received an NSCC Alumni Scholarship to transfer to Brandeis University to continue her nursing training. NSCC students have transferred to colleges and universities nationwide, taking advantage of great cost savings in achieving their bachelor’s degree. NSCC has a strong engineering program where faculty with real-world experience work closely with students to demonstrate core principles and new trends.

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Many of the College’s engineering graduates transfer on to UMASS Lowell to continue their studies to get a bachelor’s degree, such as Marven Pigeot.

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NSCC’s Danvers Campus hosts the Health Professions and Student Services building, the first Zero-Net Energy public building in the Commonwealth. The building is filled with state-of-the-art equipment, as good as or better than what can be found in area health care facilities, so that students studying nursing, radiologic or surgical technology, and other allied health fields are learning on the same high tech equipment they will use in the workplace. Here students work on a simulated mannequin.

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Instructor Billy Jackson works with math students in class.

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New Developments CommUniverCity Reflective of the Massachusetts Vision Project North Shore Community College continues to attract and enroll underserved populations and includes best practices to ensure steady progress in their retention and completion in certificate and degree programs. As part of its mission, NSCC is a leader in civic engagement through service learning, develops co-curricular programs and activities encouraging students to invest time in the community, and works closely with employers, community organizations, and other colleges to expand collaborative partnerships.

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The CommUniverCity at Lynn is an urban education -workforce development collaboration involving NSCC, Lynn Public Schools, Salem State University (for bachelor degree completion programs at NSCC Lynn’s Campus), the City of Lynn, Lynn Community Health Center (providing access to comprehensive health services for NSCC students), and the North Shore Workforce Investment Board (bringing career services to the NSCC Campus). These organizations, in tandem, build seamless pathways in public education from Pre-K all the way through to gainful employment. Massachusetts Senator Thomas M. McGee is also a supportive leader of the initiative. The goal of this initiative is ambitious: with all Lynn residents to be educated, economically secure, and engaged in their community by the end of the next decade.

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The CommUniverCity at Lynn has already produced positive outcomes. With the Lynn Public School partnership, NSCC has implemented a vigorous Early College program that provides students the opportunity to earn up to 30 college credits tuition free in various academic pathways prior to high school graduation, which cuts time and cost to achieving industry credentials and degrees from NSCC and partner Salem State University. Curriculum and pathway development is guided by area employers and in collaboration with faculty from the high schools, NSCC, and SSU. Through innovative strategies like CommUniverCity at Lynn and others, North Shore Community College seeks to create a future in which the College continues to be the beacon of hope and opportunity for those who learn, live, and work on the Massachusetts’ North Shore.


••• EARLY COLLEGE NSCC Early College is an exciting program that allows qualified high school students, as early as age 15, to earn college credit while completing high school graduation requirements. To reach promising students in underserved North Shore communities, NSCC also partners with area public school districts to offer its Early College program tuition free. Students will have the opportunity to earn up to 30 college credits free-of-charge, saving them as much as one year of college tuition. NSCC currently has early college agreements with Lynn and Swampscott Public Schools and Essex Technical High School.

Expert faculty and staff are a mainstay at NSCC, many of them holding doctorates. Student surveys continually give faculty high marks for their commitment to students. Early College classes better prepare students for college, saves significant dollars on courses, cuts down on the amount of time to get a degree and positions students more advantageously for success.

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Behavioral Science Professor Jennifer Harris is a favorite with her students.

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Approximately 62% of NSCC students are receiving financial aid, including scholarships, grants, institutional aid, and work-study assistance.

Major Accomplishments Commonwealth Commitment

North Shore Community College is a leader among Massachusetts community colleges:

By completing the first two years of a bachelor’s degree at North Shore Community College, Massachusetts-based students save thousands of dollars upon transfer to a public college or university. Over 65% of NSCC students are the first in their families to attend college.

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• Named one of the top 25 community colleges nationally advancing low-income students by the U.S. Department of Education • Overall measures of student success, including the “Achieving the Dream” success rate, and the Voluntary Framework of Accountability success measure; • Degree production in high-demand health fields; • Semester-to-semester student retention; • Student success in developmental English; • Our embrace of key performance indicators to measure and track performance. North Shore Community College has embraced The Commonwealth Commitment, a new state initiative that will make getting a public bachelor’s degree even more affordable. This new program calls for every public campus in the state to provide 10 percent rebates at the end of each successfully completed semester to qualifying undergraduates who pursue an associate degree at a community college and move on to a bachelor’s degree program at a state university. Students who meet program requirements will, depending on the transfer pathway they choose, save an average of $5,090 off the cost of a bachelor’s degree.

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ECONOMIC IMPACT North Shore Community College has generated more than $49 million in economic impact for the North Shore.

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North Shore Community College provides tangible benefits to the Commonwealth’s economy and area employers: • We are the area’s leading producer of nurses and health care professionals, first responders, and early childhood educators. • We lead the market in providing regional businesses with excellent customized training for incumbent and new workers. • NSCC graduates become successful contributors to the local economy and quality of life in our communities. Over 92% of our graduates stay to live, work and raise families in Essex County. • Civic engagement and service learning are embedded in many of our courses, programs, and campus initiatives.

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NSCC’s Veterinary Technology program is unique in the Commonwealth. The new facilities include an animal surgical area, grooming area, kennels and outside runs, as well as fully equipped classrooms where hands-on learning takes place.

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Part of the strength of NSCC’s academic programs are the partnerships that the College has with businesses and community organizations to augment classroom learning with clinical placements, internships, community service and civic engagement and more. Arthur Bowes from the North Shore Medical Center both utilizes students in learning situations and hires NSCC graduates.

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NSCC faculty and staff continuously engage in professional development to enhance their skills and keep on top of emerging trends. Russell Green, Associate Professor, Communications Skills is a recent graduate of The Chair Academy which trains educators on effective leadership.

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Student-to-teacher ratios are low at NSCC, where students get the individualized attention they need, with plenty of class and lab time to debate, question and share perspectives. In addition, tutoring and advising services are available to keep students moving forward successfully.

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• DEENA DI IORIO

SEAN REID

NATHANIEL MONTERO

Former student trustee

A great college

North Shore Community

Deena DiIorio ’16 hopes to turn her passion for helping others into a physical therapy career where she can specialize in working with veterans and others with traumatic brain injuries. A certified nursing assistant since age 16, Deena worked full-time in pediatrics at Beverly Hospital while also taking a full-time course load as a student in NSCC’s health science program. Deena was one of those students who was not eligible for financial aid but could not afford to pay for college. Receiving the NSCC Trustee Scholarship made a huge difference for her. Deena is continuing her education at Salem State University where she hopes to earn a bachelor’s degree in Sport and Movement Science, and then continue to get a doctorate in physical therapy.

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experience at North Shore Community College resulted in a full scholarship to Amherst College for Sean Reid ’15 of Lynn. A first generation college student, Sean earned a 4.0 grade point average, was student representative on the NSCC Board of Trustees, a member of NSCC’s Student Government Association, president of the Economics and Finance Club and participated as co-chair of the annual Federal Reserve Bank Challenge. “My time at NSCC was life-changing. If you put the effort in at NSCC, it will come back to you twofold. I want to encourage current and potential students to take advantage of all that NSCC has to offer so they can have an experience like mine,” he said.

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College was nothing short of transformational for Nathaniel Montero ’16. NSCC was the only college where he was accepted and he walked through its doors determined to change his life. He joined the TRIO program for first generation college students where he found the support he needed to excel. Majoring in business administration, he made the Honors program, became vice president of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, and was a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. In addition, he developed into a true student leader, serving as president of the NSCC Student Government Association, president of the Program Council and ultimately, student Commencement speaker at the College’s 50th graduation.


Supporting Students NSCC’S LOW-COST TUITION AND FEES ENSURE THAT FINANCIAL CHALLENGES ARE NOT STOPPING POTENTIAL STUDENTS FROM REALIZING THEIR DREAM OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION

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North Shore Community College students represent the diversity of the region. They include recent high school graduates, mid-life career changers and late bloomers finally chasing long held dreams of attending college. Almost half of our students need financial support to attend NSCC and 41 percent work full-time while attending school. Thirty percent also care for a dependent while a quarter are nonnative English speakers, and many are the first in their families to attend college. Forty-one percent of NSCC students describe themselves as having been academically underprepared. Regardless of circumstances, North Shore Community College meets all our students where they are and guides them on their journey to achieve their goals. We offer caring, committed faculty, trained advising staff who can connect education to actual careers, academic counseling to keep students on track, and accommodations for specialized needs and populations — like veterans, immigrants or students with learning disabilities. For those with financial need, scholarships are available through the NSCC Foundation. Grants and student loans are available through Student Financial Services.

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Teaching and learning are the hallmarks of an NSCC education, both in the classroom, with an advisor, in the tutoring center or online. Students need only ask to receive the assistance they need.

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Personalized assistance is always available at NSCC’s tutoring center. NSCC prides itself on the supportive learning environment it provides our students. NSCC’s Student Life division features many ways to engage students, including many student clubs. Shown here are members of the Environmental Club.

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To remain on the cutting edge of higher education and career training

A Vision for the Future THE NORTH SHORE

• AND SCHOLARSHIP

ADVANCING MAJOR GIFT CAMPAIGN An investment in North Shore ADVANCING will pay dividends for years to come, making higher education dreams come true while transforming the lives of North Shore learners and communities.

After celebrating 50 years of serving the students, businesses and communities of Massachusetts’ North Shore, North Shore Community College is ADVANCING! To remain on the cutting edge of higher education and career training, NSCC is launching an ambitious multi-year major gift and scholarship campaign to ensure that: our curriculum, courses and programs continue to be rigorous and relevant to academic transfer and workforce demands; our facilities provide the best, state-of-theart learning environments; and open access to an affordable college education is available for all North Shore residents, especially students who are lower- and middle-income and require financial assistance through scholarships. A gift to the NSCC Foundation for North Shore ADVANCING may be directed to scholarships, the Lynn Campus expansion, or areas of greatest need. Naming opportunities are available at many gift levels. To learn more, visit northshore.edu/advancing or call 978-739-5527.

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•• SCHOLARSHIPS CHANGE LIVES “Without North Shore Community College and the scholarship I received, my hopes and dreams would have just stayed hopes and dreams. Instead NSCC and this scholarship turned my hopes and dreams into a reality I know I can achieve.” — Oneida “Lexy” Bean, Scholarship Recipient

For students like Lexy, scholarships have a significant impact on student success: unlocking the doors of opportunity, helping recipients stay in school, work fewer hours, and in many cases, attend college full-time – a critical factor in completion rates.

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North Shore Community College is partnering with the NSCC Foundation to embark on North Shore ADVANCING to enhance student success, teaching and learning, and growth and engagement across NSCC’s three campus locations. By focusing on support for scholarships, the Lynn Campus extension, and areas of greatest need, NSCC will continue its legacy of academic excellence, civic engagement, and economic impact.

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Combining scholarship assistance and excellent academic environments strengthens the learning experience. The new wing of the McGee Building will feature the latest technologies and include 10 classrooms, a one-stop Student Success Center, specialized testing and academic technology assessment, offices, board/community meeting rooms and informal meeting space.

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David Solimine, Sr. and Joel Solimine with NSCC student Kathleen Tongo, recipient of the Solimine Family Scholarship, at the NSCC Foundation’s Scholarship Awards Breakfast on May 16, 2016. Scholarship donors are invited to meet recipients at our annual awards ceremony.

The NSCC Foundation Scholarship Program empowers students to pursue and achieve their educational goals. Thanks to donations from individuals, companies and foundations, the NSCC Foundation has awarded over $3 million in scholarships to more than 3,600 NSCC students, since its inception in 1985. Recipients are selected on a competitive basis by a Scholarship Committee, in consideration of both academic and non-academic factors and demonstrated need.

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U.S. Department of Education named NSCC one of the top 25 community colleges in the country to advance opportunities for low-income students

Success in Lean Times New 5-Year Strategic Plan: A State Model The college’s new Strategic Plan, North Shore ADVANCING: A Vision for the Future 2017-2021, has been identified by the state Department of Higher Education as a model other colleges should emulate. College officials have been invited to present the plan and the 18-month inclusive process that created it at an upcoming statewide Trustees Conference.

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Dr. Patricia A. Gentile

be flexible, innovative, entrebecame the fourth president of preneurial and committed to North Shore Community College the success of our students. This was recently recognized when in 2014 when the college’s opthe U.S. Department of Education erating budget was $61 million. named NSCC one of the top 25 Today that budget has shrunk community colleges in the country to $56 million. Coupled with a to advance opportunities for near 20% enrollment decline since the college’s peak in 2010, low-income students. NSCC is NSCC faces a near perfect storm the only community college in Massachusetts that achieved a of challenges. State approprifull 1% increase in the Vision Project ations, which amount to apsix-year success “Achieving the proximately 40% of the college Dream” metric. And, using the budget, continue to shrink and fall below 2002 appropriations. new Voluntary Frameworks of Accountability measure, almost North Shore demographics of 80% of incoming students have declining numbers of high achieved a measure of success. school seniors and increasing Our goal is to leverage our curnumbers of senior citizens, rent successes in order to gencombined with more competierate new success, especially in tion for potential students, are the areas of revenue generation, trends that will be with us for years to come. Yet despite these enrollment management, student challenging times, NSCC admin- affordability, and reducing istration and Boards continue to achievement gaps. President’s Report 2016


COMMITMENT TO STUDENT SUCCESS In addition to academics, the College offers a Student Life program with a wide variety of opportunities for student involvement, engagement and development. Student Life enhances, supports and strengthens the learning experience that takes place in the classroom. Students have the opportunity to develop personal, organizational and civic leadership skills, and to create meaningful lasting memories through their participation in clubs, organizations and a variety of community service projects.

Dr. Cristy Sugarman, Director of Alternative Studies/ Educational Testing in the Center for Alternative Studies, is a graduate of the CHAIR Academy, an international leadership development program for higher education institutions. NSCC Student Trustee and Veteran Jesse Perkins was honored to be chosen as NSCC’s representative at Community College Day at Fenway Park this fall. Look who he ran into . . . Wally! NSCC has a very strong veterans program with nearly 300 student veterans enrolled.

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NSCC’s Student Government Association.

Commencement is the much anticipated celebratory culmination of the academic year, when students are so excited and proud to graduate. This year’s graduation, the college’s 50th, featured an all-time high number of graduates, 1,160.

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Designated a Military Friendly School since 2010, NSCC’s Veterans Services provides support and resources to hundreds of veteran and active duty students each year.

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NSCC’s unique partnership with Uber fills a transportation gap for students traveling to the Danvers Campus. Since its launch in September 2016, students have taken more than 250 reducedfare trips to attend classes.

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FOR OVER 50 YEARS, GRADUATE E

IN OUR HOMETOWNS AND

ENGINES OF OUR COMMUNITIES

Lynn Expansion Better Spaces for Students The need for more and better space at North Shore Community College’s Lynn Campus has been growing since shortly after the building opened in 1986. Student enrollment at the existing McGee Building, constructed for a capacity of 1,000 students, was 5,000 in 2001 and over 7,000 by 2010. Growth continues at this campus at around 2 percent per year, far outstripping the capacity of the existing building. A recent

1964 Dr. Harold E. Shively is appointed as first President of NSCC on November 14.

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facility study of the Lynn Campus by Sasaki & Associates concluded that development of the campus is essential to accommodate academic and workforce needs. A phased-in approach has been developed that will add much needed classroom and student services space in a new wing at the McGee Building, renovation of the existing building to accommodate current and future program needs, as well as construction of a future lab building and an Early Childhood Education Laboratory Center.

1965 NSCC is founded as the ninth community college in the state and opens in Beverly with 474 students.

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Fundraising is underway to meet the immediate needs of equipping and furnishing the 37,000 square foot, 3-story McGee extension set to be completed in late spring 2017.

1967 Friends of NSCC is created to promote the general welfare and excellence of the College and to provide broader educational opportunities and services for students and alumni.

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1973 Dr. George Traicoff is appointed the 2nd President of NSCC by the MA Board of Regional Community Colleges.

1975 NSCC’s second Beverly campus is created with expansion of Sohier Road commercial building.


ES E HAVE LIVED AND WORKED HELPED DRIVE THE ECONOMIC The Next 50 Years: Where We’re Going The future, vibrant economy of the North Shore and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts relies on growing the pool of highly skilled college graduates. We must enroll and complete more students from underserved areas like our Gateway Cities — Lynn, Salem and Peabody.

Framing NSCC’s Future Academics

Supporting growth and engagement for North Shore residents

Develop academic pathways aligned to meet workforce needs

Student Growth & Success PRIORITY: Scholarships Your gift will fund scholarships that make learning possible — the first stop on the pathway to success.

Access Honor commitment to open access education

Achievement Provide support for students to reach academic and career goals

Affordability Provide excellent education and ensure students avoid unnecessary debt

Growth & Engagement PRIORITY: Programs to meet workforce needs Your gift is transformational for NSCC — each dollar given has measurable impact for real people.

Teaching & Learning PRIORITY: Lynn Campus Expansion Your gift supports NSCC’s mission to expand its urban campus and resources in the City of Lynn.

1986 Lynn campus opens and, for the first time, NSCC has a campus of its own.

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NSCC celebrates the grand opening of its original Health Professions building in Danvers.

2011

Dr. Wayne M. Burton is appointed the third President of NSCC by the MA Board of Regional Community Colleges.

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NSCC’s Health Professions and Student Services Building opens as a “working lab.”

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Dr. Patricia A. Gentile appointed as NSCC’s fourth president.

2017 The 37,000 square foot Lynn Campus Extension is completed.

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9%

96%

92%

24%

Male

61%

of career and technical program graduates report attaining employment within three months after graduation.

of our 37,000 alumni live and work on the North Shore.

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Hispani Latino

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30% 13% Married

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students received needbased financial assistance in Fall 2016

20%

28%

30% 24% Nonnative English speakers

40%

Student Profiles

Cares for a dependent

students attend part-time while balancing work-life priorities.

50%

Parents with children who live with them

66%

2006

2007

2008

Success Rate Six-Year “Achieving the Dream” Success Rate In this key performance index, NSCC has shown consistent improvement and is the only Massachusetts community college to achieve the Vision Project goal of a 1% improvement per year.

50% 45% 40% 35% Enrollment 2003

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2005

MA Community College Average


5%

NSCC

Asian AfricanAmerican

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is committed to a culture of diversity reflective of the communities it serves.

58%

Caucasian

4%

6%

Nondisclosed, combined, or other

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Almost

50+ 40-49 yrs

80%

of NSCC students are working adults

37%

30%

20-24 yrs

25-39 yrs

21%

22%

19 yrs & under

16% Business Administration

Annual Tuition & Fees Comparison

Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree can save thousands by completing the first two years at NSCC then transferring to a four-year college or university. Students who enroll in a Commonwealth Commitment sponsored program at a public college or university could save even more with a freeze on all future tuition and fees.

Nursing & Allied Health

22% Liberal Arts

49% other

$40,000

NSCC

$32,405

$30,000

offers more than 12 academic pathways with highest enrollment consistently reflected in Nursing & Allied Health, Business Administration, and Liberal Arts.

$20,000 $10,000 $0

$9,410 $6,060 North Shore Community College Fall 2016 tuition and fees

Public 4-year College/ University

Private 4-year College/ University

Average cost for Fall 2016 tuition and fees. Costs do not include room and board.

Based on average full-time course load. Source: The College Board, Annual Survey of Colleges.

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THANK YOU TO OUR NEW SUPPORTERS AND DEDICATED CONTRIBUTORS, WHOSE GENEROSITY TRANSFORMS THE LIVES OF NSCC STUDENTS AND THE GREATER NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY.

Donor honor roll

Includes donations to the NSCC Foundation from FY 2013–FY 2016 50th Anniversary Scholarships

Profiles in Philanthropy

Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation From scholarship awards to programmatic grants and capital campaign support, Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation is one of North Shore Community College’s greatest champions in supporting student success. Since 1984 Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded more than $280,000 to benefit the College. “A gift to North Shore Community College Foundation is especially useful in the sense it can be directed to where it is needed most,” said Richard Holbrook, retiring Chairman and CEO of Eastern Bank. Most recently, Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation awarded a Targeted Program grant of $10,000 to fund the expansion of NSCC’s successful Occupational Therapy pilot program serving veterans and family members at our Lynn Campus.

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A. James Lynch, Inc., Realtors Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Energi Insurance Services, Inc. James F. Horrocks - Integrated Financial Partners, Inc. R.T. Paine & Barbara Metcalf North Shore Bank North Shore Elder Services, Inc.

Academic Affairs Scholarship Martha A. Brine Friends in Academic Affairs Paul M. Frydrych NSCC Curriculum Committee Karen L. Pangallo Lynn Wermers

Irving Adler Memorial Scholarship Adam I. Lapidus & Avery D. Walsh

Adult Learning Center Scholarship Action, Inc. Anonymous Thomas E. McLaughlin Paint Nite Elizabeth Scott Texas Roadhouse Christine E. Wiley

Alumni and Friends 50th Anniversary Celebration Milton & Nancy A. Barker Barbara Canyes Maria O. Carrasco Linda J. Day James Dennis Donna M. Deorio Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal

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Luz C. Garay Julianne C. Howland Alma Hoxhaj Robert B. Kohn Daniel R. & Teresa A. Lord Lisa A. Milso Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy Lesley Peters Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Robert M. Stone Julie A. & Krzysztof Suchcicki Cristy B. Sugarman Gerard Sullivan Susan Sullivan Lisa M. Tusinski Gail R. Visentin

Alumni Association Brenda Allen Catherine M. Anderson Milton & Nancy A. Barker Patricia J. Bourgeois Brenda Buckley Tracy A. Callahan Karen R. Cardavelli Diane T. Caruso Elaine R. Champagne Jo Ann Channell Wendy K. Chin Adam E. Chiocca Janet Conran Osamudiamen M. Edebiri Sandra B. Edwards Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Leah C. Fagundes Curtis T. Fahey Laurie Farrell Katherine S. Faulkner Lesley Gibson Robert & Sheila D. Girard Belief Gratini Elaine G. Greaney Helen M. Horntrich

Julianne C. Howland Neal & Georgina Keefe-Feldman Curtis A. & Janet H. Kimball Robert B. Kohn Nicole Kotsovilis Zoua Lee Lynne A. Lewis Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Marleny Lopez Tabatha A. Lord Thomas A. Mathis Karyn Melideo Darian Morgan Luis A. Munoz Lesley Peters Lisa J. Randazzo Roy Record Therese Reed Cook Sarah A. Rice Andrew C. Robertson Diane Robinson Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Edwin Santillan Tatyana Shapiro June Speliotis Samantha R. Sprague Tami A. Swindell Clare Taber Samantha A. Travers Lisa M. Tusinski Heidi J. Ushakoff Stephen T. Vanschaick Cheryl A. Vervates Colleen Walker

Alumni Association Scholarship Alumni Association Sandra B. Edwards Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Ralph J. Parisi & Judi E. Gentleman


NATASHA OLIVEIRA, SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT To anyone considering a donation to support scholarships, know that you are not only helping someone like me become successful, but you are also helping families who struggle every day become successful. Whether it’s a single mom who needs a better job to support her family, a high school senior who is struggling to afford college, or a veteran who is transitioning to civilian life, NSCC has everything you need to succeed.

Alumni Wine Tasting Event

An Evening to Remember with Keith Lockhart

Susan A. Anderson Anonymous Milton & Nancy A. Barker Scott E. Bliss Patricia J. Bourgeois Frances E. Burke Patricia J. Callahan Tracy A. Callahan Donna R. Chamberlin Shannon L. Cormier Stephen J. Creamer Richard Cunney Joanna C. Daniel Donna M. Deorio Sandra B. Edwards Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Luz C. Garay Ralph J. Parisi & Judi E. Gentleman Julianne C. Howland Aaron I. Judge Ejyo Katagiri Judson Lane Teury Y. Marte Dawna L. Matkevicius Glen M. & Justine A. Morse Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy John R. Nelson Jerald A. Parisella Lesley Peters Cynthia L. Reynolds Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Katelyn M. Sheldon Susan L. Sheldon Cristy B. Sugarman Gerard Sullivan Joanne M. Sullivan Susan Sullivan Mariflor T. Uva Ernest R. Vieira Teresa L. Whitney Joshua K. Wingate

Mary Abare Adelle Abdallah Francis Abram Sylvia Allen Bonnie Lynne Anderson Patricia Andrews Anonymous David & Michelle Baer Robert Bamberg Josephine Barker Patricia Barry Joan Bergofsky Marsha Billias Pauline Billings Craig Branscomb Kevin Brenegan Paula Breslow Alan Brooks Virginia Browder Catherine Brown Debi Bulmer Neal Bunker Frances Burdsall Sally Burke Patricia J. Callahan Beth Caplow Care Dimensions Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer Mike Cataldo Cheryl Cavanagh Bruce Chadbourne City of Lynn Christine Comeau Robert Comenos Jesslyn Covino Francis Crowley Kathleeen Cunha Karen Cunningham Mark Curry Bruce S. & Elizabeth Daniels Nancy Demarco Joann Demayo Burton Deveau

Diane M. Dickerson Kathleen Donahue Virginia Doocy Rosanne Driscoll Debra Duffy East Boston Savings Bank Edison Realty Donald Faber Carol A. Fazio Kathleen Forbush Janice M. Forsstrom Janet Fure Alexander Gagnon Denise Galatis Patricia A. Gentile Marie Giardina Lorraine Golden Bradley Gosselin Victoria Greeke David Green Eleanor Halas Nancy Hanlon Diane Hansen Michelle Harris Claire Hart William Hart Bonnie Henry Judith Herman James F. & Elaine R. Horrocks Jacalyn Hudson Leland Hussey Sandra Iriskic Marian Jamieson Joseph Julian Mark Edmund & Cathy Kaluzny Lyn Kaplan Thomas Kavanagh Janet Kisher Chris Lau Joseph E. Leblanc Christine Locke Evan Lockheart Linda Lundstrom Lynn Arts, Inc. Geraldine Lyons

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Francis Mann Julie Martin Debrah Masone Carol Matheson Theresa Mcginness Laurel S. Messina Duluk Laura Miglierina Lois Morrissey Mary Jane Mulholland New England Carpenters Labor Management Program Patricia O’Reilly Catherine Page People’s United Bank Lesley Peters Deborah Phelan Natalie Phipps Dale & Theresa Pyatt Joseph Ray Joseph F. Riley Aiko Rodgers Sherryl Rosen Sterling Rowe June Sargent Mary W. Sarris Rosalie Sarro Paul Scott Albert Sefalo James Shay Joanne Smith Smith, Costello & Crawford Solimine Family Anthony Spinale Susan Stanley Donna Stefano Christine Sullivan John Sullivan Susan Sullivan Maureen Sweeney Elizabeth Taylor Philip Thomason Jill Thornton Lina Tollis Tyler Torres Michele Torres

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THANK YOU, GERONDELIS FOUNDATION A longstanding philanthropic leader in the City of Lynn, the Gerondelis Foundation is proud to invest in the future of North Shore Community College with a $100,000 grant to support the Lynn Campus extension. “The Gerondelis Foundation was founded in 1965 with the primary mission of enabling students to pursue their dreams of a higher education. It is with great pride that the Gerondelis Foundation invests in this wonderful institution to provide the opportunity of a college education to residents of Lynn (the hometown of Louis Gerondelis) and its surrounding areas.”

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Profiles in Philanthropy

Stephen T. Vesey Stephen T. Vesey serves as President of the North Shore Community College Foundation. He leads a dedicated Board of Directors comprised of business, community and philanthropic leaders from across the North Shore who champion the need for accessible and affordable higher education. Steve’s greatest passion as President is the NSCC Scholarship Program. Nine years ago, Steve and his wife, Michele, established the Michele Vesey Scholarship to support NSCC students who are single mothers pursuing nursing degrees. To ensure the legacy of this scholarship for NSCC nursing students, Steve and Michele made a commitment in 2016 to endow this scholarship with a generous gift of $25,000 to the NSCC Foundation.

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George & Diane S. Traicoff Kimberly Trippett Vesey & Company Mark Wagner Madeline P. Wallis Laura Walsh Ann Weiner Scott Whitehead Donald R. Williams Jermaine F. Williams Nancy Wilson Matthew Wrinn Janet Yakoodian Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Analogic Corporation Scholarship Analogic Corporation

Annette’s Climb Scholarship Annette’s Climb, Inc. Michelle M. Murray

Annual Fund 2013 Anonymous Apple Lane Foundation Susan Benua Gordon W. & Jane A. Brown Michael F. Burke Wayne M. & Elizabeth Burton Linda E. Carnevale Charles F. Hanlon & Maureen A. Cason Hanlon Robert Cluney Kelley A. Cox Anthony S. Curcuru Julie E. Curtis James Dailey Glenn Dansker Nelson J. & Ruth L. Darling William L. Dean Stephanie A. Derosa Peter A. & Judith M. Dore Sandra B. Edwards

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Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Michael F. Estey Diane G. Faissler Leah M. Falkowski Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer Harold Garcia Margaret A. Gauthier Michael F. & Susan Gionfriddo Julia Greene John V. & Gail Ann Griffin Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington John A. Hough Charles D. & Joan B. Houghton Francine A. Hughes Timothy A. & Joanie Ingraham Aaron I. Judge Mark Edmund & Cate Kaluzny William D. Kane Maureen A. Kody David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle John A. & Elizabeth Lucas Edward L. Lynch Karen L. Madsen John E. & Alison Miniter Juliet E. Ogbuike Richard J. Passeri Marion J. Potoczak Kenneth R. & Lorraine Proposki Stanley C. & Joyce M. Seaberg John W. Sears Robert K. Shaw Debra A. Steeves Campbell Steward James M. Studley Patrick Thomas Noreen A. Thompson Jean A. Titilah Vu N. Tran Anita P. Turner Scott Vandersall Pauline R. Vass Richard & Beverly B. Verrengia Wells Fargo Foundation

Denise Wright-McDonald Marian Zeles

Annual Fund 2014 David R. Amero Anonymous Apple Lane Foundation Raymond A. & Marjorie A. Bastarache Susan Benua Martha A. Brine Gordon W. & Jane A. Brown Patricia E. Caron Charles F. Hanlon & Maureen A. Cason Hanlon Sanna M. Cham Elaine M. Clocher Nathaniel S. Coolidge Kelley A. Cox Cummings Properties, Inc. Eileen Curristine James Dailey Glenn Dansker Nelson J. & Ruth L. Darling William L. Dean Peter A. & Judith M. Dore Babo D. Edwards Sandra B. Edwards Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer Carol A. Fazio Janice M. Forsstrom Judith M. Garland Michael F. & Susan Gionfriddo Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington Annie C. Harris Betsy Hoffman David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Timothy A. & Joanie Ingraham Joyce C. Jeong Eric Johnson Mark Edmund & Cate Kaluzny John F. Kane Lyn Kaplan Diana F. Kerry David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle


Mia Lalander Karen L. Madsen Betsy V. Mariere John E. & Alison Miniter Arthur J. Neuner Pamela M. Nottingham Richard J. Passeri Mary J. Perreault Marion J. Potoczak Kenneth R. & Lorraine Proposki Donna Richemond Jane Rowe James T. & Anne E. Rybicki Mary W. Sarris Steven J. Seeche Robert K. Shaw Debra A. Steeves Donna Stefano Campbell Steward Cristy B. Sugarman William P. Sullivan Doris J. Surette Anne S. Tabet Tagerman Philanthropic Fund Patrick M. Thomas Noreen A. Thompson Jean A. Titilah Ralph & Nancy J. Tufo Pauline R. Vass Ernest R. Vieira Jon D. & Anne M. Waisnor Madeline P. Wallis Gerald & Mary L. Williams Denise Wright-McDonald

Annual Fund Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Richard Adelman Herbert K. & Catherine C. Allard Louis J. & Virginia M. Anoli Anonymous Apple Lane Foundation Leo Archambault & Mary Zak Paul F. Armitage Stephen L. Barusso Paul A. & Maureen Beecy Susan Benua Henry J. & Donna H. Bertolon James J. & Ann M. Birkner

Virginia R. Brewer Gordon W. & Jane A. Brown John A. Byard Harvey & Janice A. Calichman Michael J. Caron Paul R. Caswell Diane F. Chatigny Susan E. Chinappi John P. & Faith S. Churchill Sheila T. Cooper John S. Corey Julie L. Corso Deborah L. Costa David T. Costello Josephine Currie William & Susan Curry Julie E. Curtis Arthur L. Cushman Donna M. Dagostino Nelson J. & Ruth L. Darling Robert J. Decourcy Thomas L. Demakes Diana J. Denning Diane M. Dickerson Sandra A. Dionne Mary E. Divincenzo Peter A. & Judith M. Dore Ira & Marilyn Dorfman Barbara Duke Legere Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Michael F. Estey Michael J. Fahey Jessica B. Flaherty Arthur K. Flanagan Janice M. Forsstrom Kenneth G. Fure Marsha A. Gadzera Margaret A. Gauthier Patricia A. Gentile Gerondelis Foundation, Inc. Eileen C. Girard Patricia L. Godfrey Helen R. Haas Susan J. Harding Courtney C. Hatch Blauvelt Emily Hobbie Stephen A. Hosker Beverly Hudson Anderson Timothy A. & Joanie Ingraham Richard K. Jeffrey William M. & Carolyn D. Jones Michael P. Jordan Mark Edmund & Cate Kaluzny John F. Kane William D. Kane Lyn Kaplan Jeannette T. Keefe Maria Kellett Twyla S. Kent

Donald A. & Shirley A. Kilgour Miles A. & Joan L. Kulukundis Margaret M. Lee Robert E. Lemelin Patricia J. Lipson Sabine J. Louis John A. & Elizabeth Lucas Kerry L. Mackin Ann H. Marquis Jean M. Marron David R. Masse Dawna L. Matkevicius James B. McGinness Karen M. McMaster Meredith C. McMorrow R.T. Paine & Barbara Metcalf Bernard R. Miezwa John E. & Alison Miniter Kevin D. Morrison Walter D. Mott William E. & Maria A. Mullen Barbara Nabozny June N. Natola Kimberly J. Natola Arthur J. Neuner William E. Nicholas, III Jayne O’Leary Raymond R. Page Mary J. Perreault Marion J. Potoczak Putnam Pantry Candies, Inc. Dale & Theresa Pyatt Jennifer L. Rich Maria A. Rivera Ian T. & Beverley R. Roberts Joel S. & Mary H. Rodowicz Carol A. Rodrigue Jane Rowe Richard & Kathleen A. Salandrea Mary W. Sarris Philip A. Sbaratta William F. Scanlon Wolfgang & Gisela E. Scholz Arthur I. & Cheryl A. Schwartz John A. Scrivano Stanley C. & Joyce M. Seaberg Lynne Sheridan Alice M. Silveira Patricia A. Slack Donna Stefano Campbell Steward Robert A. & Marie Elena Struzziero Cristy B. Sugarman Joanne M. Sullivan William P. Sullivan Jessie L. Thomas Patrick M. Thomas Jill Thornton Charles & Rosemarie M. Tirrell

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Alejandra Toshach Pauline R. Vass Madeline P. Wallis Nancy B. Williams Donald L. & Florence E. Wood Denise Wright-McDonald John J. & Barbara A. Wroblewski Marian Zeles

David and Michelle Baer Scholarship David & Michelle Baer

Ruth Barber Scholarship Estate of Ruth M. Barber

Melissa S. Barrowclough Memorial Scholarship Bruce A. & Debra Barrowclough

Senator Frederick E. Berry Scholarship Frederick E. Berry

Christine Tufts Beveridge Scholarship Alan Beveridge Joseph Burke Donna Craig Carrie Dix Stephanie Faloon Tracey Farr For Kids Only Afterschool, Inc. Stephen Horgan Eugene Kagan Susan Kagan Dean G. Macheras Sallie A. Marsh Jonathan & Cynthia McCague Melisa E. Morneau Matthew Newall Tara Robillard Elizabeth J. Tufts Robert B. & Joan M. Tufts Donna L. Zahn

Beverly Bank Scholarship Beverly Bank

Bert Blumenkrantz Memorial Scholarship Mary G. Mahoney

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VERIZON FOUNDATION GRANT Grant funding from the Verizon Foundation supports NSCC’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs for Lynn students. A $10,000 gift in 2015 provided funding to support events to enhance STEM degree program enrollment and completion. A $10,000 grant in 2016 will help to fund NSCC’s Early College IT Pathway for Lynn public high school students.

Donor honor roll Aristomenes “Maney” Boratgis Memorial Scholarship

Profiles in Philanthropy

Avery D. Walsh

Cynthia M. Boratgis Stephen Boratgis

Stephen Bourke Memorial Scholarship Thomas S. & Madeline A. Bourke

While driving near her California home, Avery was inspired by an NPR news story she heard featuring NSCC’s TRIO program for first generation, low-income college students. The story awoke Avery’s long held dream to give back through a college scholarship. As she explored options at nearby colleges, she didn’t find the personal touch she wanted, so she contacted NSCC. She remembers the staff member at the College saying, “If I were there, I would hug you!” “That’s when I knew NSCC was where I was meant to be,” says Avery. Avery and her husband, Adam Lapidus, established the Irving Adler Memorial Scholarship in 2015 in honor of her grandfather, an influential educator and writer. Beginning in 2017, two students will be selected from NSCC’s Early College Program at Lynn Public Schools to receive a $1,000 scholarship each year for up to three years. 22

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Bridgewell Scholarship Bridgewell, Inc.

Dr. Martha Brine Scholarship Martha A. Brine Patricia Brown Viall Debbie A. Campbell Judith Carter Kristen M. Cunningham Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Courtney C. Hatch Blauvelt Joyce C. Jeong Jonathan & Joanne H. Light Betsy V. Mariere Lisa A. Milso John & Ellen M. O’Donnell Charlene E. Random

Brooksby Village Scholarship Brooksby Village, Inc. Erickson Retirement Communities LLC

Professor Sheldon Brown Tolerance Scholarship Richard Adelman Lisa Altomari Margaret J. Andreas Milton & Nancy A. Barker Sheldon S. & Frances E. Brown Lawrence H. & Donna Davis Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo

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Robert S. & Cheryl L. Finkelstein David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Carl H. Jean Joyce C. Jeong David K. & Patricia E. Lavoie Leonard R. Leblanc Carlos M. Marin Lisa A. Milso Jane Rowe Jacqueline Sakamoto Gerard Sullivan

Betsy Burton Scholarship for Empowerment Wayne M. & Elizabeth Burton Paul M. Frydrych

Wayne M. Burton Presidential Scholarship Family, Friends, & Colleagues of Wayne M. Burton

Wayne M. Burton Retirement Celebration Elissa A. Al-Chokhachy All Care Hospice, Inc. Catherine M. Anderson John Archer Elizabeth M. Avery Michael Badolato Beverly Radiology Associates Edith F. Blodgett Boston Private Bank & Trust Company Martha A. Brine Bristol Community College Patricia Brown Viall David Burton Patricia J. Callahan Elaine R. Champagne Diane F. Chatigny Donald Chiofaro City of Beverly

City of Lynn Forrester Clark Comcast Financial Agency Corporation Committee to Elect Bob Fennell Committee to Elect Lori Ehrlich Committee to Elect Steven M. Walsh Committee to Elect Thomas McGee Donna M. Costa Carole Cowan Cummings Properties, Inc. Dan Clasby & Company Joanna Dane Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Economic Development Industrial Corporation Sandra B. Edwards George C. Eliades Bruce T. Elmslie Myleta Eng Jay Espovich Essex National Heritage Commission, Inc. Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer Margaret C. Figgins-Hill Janice M. Forsstrom Philip F. & Marion L. Freehan Paul M. Frydrych Girls Incorporated of Lynn Elizabeth Haran HAWC, Inc. Kathleen A. Hirbour Jean Hodgin Stephen & Darcy Immerman Beth Ingle Kevin G. James Andrea Kantaros Lyn Kaplan Terry Kelley Theresa Kelley Ellen Kennedy Diana F. Kerry Milton L. Kerstein David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle Law Office Serafini Darling Correnti, LLP Jonathan & Joanne H. Light


Thomas J. & Nicole Lizotte Caleb Loring, III & Bonny Loring Edward L. Lynch Lynn Community Health Inc. Lynn Museum Thomas MacDonald MacLean Holloway Doherty Ardiff & Morse, P.C. Wayne P. Marquis Massasoit Community College Paul J. Maurer Paul F. McGee John T. & Diane McGlynn Laurel S. Messina Duluk R.T. Paine & Barbara Metcalf Michaud Mitsubishi Walter D. Mott Mount Wachusett Community College Susan E. Mulvey John R. Nelson Arthur J. Neuner North Shore Bank North Shore Chamber of Commerce Northern Essex Community College Office of Rep. John Keenan Larry & Maureen S. O’Neill Joseph M. Gill & Dianne Palter-Gill Joanne Holbrook Patton Robert A. & Joan M. Peabody People’s United Bank Paul E. Raverta Donna Richemond Jacqueline Sakamoto Salem State University Linda E. Saris Mary W. Sarris Steven J. Seeche Ralph & Stacey Sevinor Solimine Family Donna Stefano Susan V. Stratton Robert A. & Marie Elena Struzziero James J. Tallo Patrick M. Thomas Anna Tourkakis Linda E. Turner Francis J. & Laura M. Ventimiglia Stephen T. & Michele Vesey Ernest R. Vieira Jon D. & Anne M. Waisnor Madeline P. Wallis Deborah S. Walsh David L. & Susana P. Weber Julie L. Welch Donald R. Williams Gerald & Mary L. Williams Richard Wylie Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian Patrick E. & Kathleen M. Yanchus

Wayne M. Burton Scholarship Economic Development Industrial Corporation John R. Nelson

Jonathan Glover Butler Memorial Scholarship Nathaniel G. Butler Jean Hodgin Mary G. Mahoney James L. & Anne R. Ridley

Sonedis “Nedy” Cabral Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Lauren Ellis Victoria B. Maxwell

Joseph P. Keating Family James P. Keating Mary T. Keenan Sylvia S. Kramer John McCarthy Elaine F. Morganti Jane K. Mulsman Persian Acceptance Corp Victoria J. Robbin Christy S. Venios Joanne Venios

Jacqueline Sakamoto Wendy S. Shaffer

Coastal Capital Group Scholarship

Terrence Patrick Cronin Scholarship

James F. Horrocks

Theresa J. Cronin

Domenic Cogliandro Memorial Scholarship

Don Danells Scholarship

Particia M. Cogliandro

James T. & Margaret D. Jubb The Van Otterloo Family Foundation Richard & Carol Wysopal

Anthony M. Cotoia Scholarship Anonymous Barbara J. Cotoia Cynthia M. O’Donnell Joanne Holbrook Patton The Peter & Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation Salem Five

Daniel Callahan Memorial Scholarship

CommUniverCity at Lynn

EBSCO Information Services

Fred & Judy Schmid Charitable Foundation

Kenneth Carlson Memorial Scholarship

Corporate Chefs Scholarship

William B. Carlson

Corporate Chefs, Inc.

Dorothe Carr Memorial Scholarship

Michael Costales Memorial Scholarship

Joan Carr

Heidi Adam Susan A. Anderson Beverly Flight Center John J. Bosco Warren L. & Janet K. Clark Gail A. Costales Katherine A. & Daniel P. Devasto Paul F. & Rise B. Ferri Greens Ace Hardware Michael J. Kerrigan Thomas R. & Karen Meler Sandra Moloney Shaun D. Silverio Charles L. & Elaine R. Smith Sergio A. Vergara Anthony C. Williams

Center for Alternative Studies (CAS) Scholarship Anonymous Marion J. Potoczak Anita P. Turner

Challenges, Choices and Change Scholarship Cheryl A. Gebhardt

Edna and George H. Chansky Scholarship Joel S. & Rosemary H. Chansky Diana J. Denning

Marie J. Clarke & Stephen J. Clarke Memorial Scholarship Michael E & Julia C. Atkins Martha A. Brine Judith Carter Stephen Clarke Holly Edes Russell H. & Marica A. Edes Estate of Stephen Clarke Lisa A. Jacobowitz Joyce C. Jeong Stephanie J. Johnson

Krishna Dang Memorial Scholarship Harish & Binita Dang

Sarika Dang Memorial Scholarship Girish & Anita Dang

Danvers Rotary Vocation Service Scholarship Danvers Rotary Club

Albert & Malvina Decotis Memorial Scholarship Paul F. & Camille A. Cardile Claire P. Decotis Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo

“A Thread of Hope” Johnny Delorenzo Memorial Scholarship

John and Susan Costello Scholarship

Anonymous Karl & Hope Benne Anita C. Delorenzo Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo

Catherine M. Anderson Louis F. Andrews & Mary Welsh Andrews John V. & Susan M. Costello John K. & Eileen B. Donnelly Sandra B. Edwards Paul M. Frydrych Catherine Kolb Costello Mansfield Democratic Town Committee Joseph G. & Patricia P. Pyne Hannan Robert Louise E. Romeo

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Donor honor roll East Boston Savings Bank Scholarship East Boston Savings Bank

Eastern Bank Scholarship Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation

Sandy Edwards Leadership Scholarship

Sandra B. Edwards George O. Hart, Jr. & Joan M. Hart Charles & Jennifer B. McCarthy Gregory K. & Ellyn D. Phelps Marion J. Potoczak

Dean Lillian A. Derderian Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Lillian Derderian Stella Kasparian

Justin Diamond Memorial Scholarship

Element Care Scholarship Element Care

Ellucian, Inc. Scholarship Ellucian, Inc.

Maureen Barry Vivian Diamond Betty Jo Johnson

Energi Insurance, Inc. Scholarship

Philip H. Depasquale/ PhD Systems, Inc. Scholarship

English Department Scholarship

Philip H. & Eleanor Depasquale

Dr. William G. Dwyer Memorial Scholarship Kathleen Dwyer

Early Childhood Development - Lynn William L. & Jane Saltonstall

Early College at Lynn Public Schools Thomas L. Demakes Fred & Judy Schmid Charitable Foundation Gerondelis Foundation, Inc. Old Neighborhood Foods

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Rowena Deon DGP Realty LLC - Dorothy G. Phillips & Joanne Sullivan Paul M. Frydrych NSCC Institutional Advancement Department Stephanie S. Lee Jacqueline Sakamoto Susan Sullivan Mariflor T. Uva Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Energi Insurance Services, Inc.

Susan A. Herman Jean Hodgin James L. & Anne R. Ridley

Cheryl A. Gebhardt Robert H. & Suzanne S. Gruhl Joseph H & Gail S. Mahoney Ann T. Noorani Gail E. Page Douglas & Barbara Sewall Robert T. & Nancy W. Silvester Robert & Carol Swift Kathryn J. Whipple

Pat Fortunato Scholarship Robert & Joanne Fortunato

Peter J. Foss Memorial Scholarship Anita H. Backman Joseph J. D’Ovidio & Nancy Busnach Frances M. Colannino Steven W. & Deborah M. Cox Teresa D. Ovidio Larson Eric & Tammy Larson Marie E. Foss Jenifer Locke & Peter M. Foss Charles S. & Peg Gerrior Ethan M. Herschman John R. Hook Fred V. Larson Sten E. & Melissa Larson Marine Enterprises & Services, Inc. Joan M. Millman Barbara A. Murphy Kellen P. Murphy Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy Jeffrey A. & Paula D. Reynolds Geraldine Tausch Hugh W. & Barbara H. Wiberg Juliana T. Williams

Martha R. & Randolph P. Farmer Memorial Scholarship

Robert H. Fouhy Family Scholarship

Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer

John S. & Patti Fouhy

Fed Challenge Scholarship Fund

Liz Frutiger Memorial Scholarship

Moonsu Han

John P. & Faith S. Churchill William A. & Elizabeth H. Frutiger

Robert J. Ferrante Memorial Scholarship Richard & Ellen Ferrante Susan W. Ferrante John P. & Joy M. Fisher

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Mark C. Garchinsky Memorial Scholarship Steve & Beth A. Tichy

General Scholarship Fund Deborah Aldrich Roseann Amari Charlene Arena David & Michelle Baer Edith F. Blodgett John J. & Virginia M. Buckley Nelson J. Burke Nathaniel S. Coolidge Yvonne Crowley James Dailey Dana A. D’Amour Robert J. Decourcy Robert J. Deteso Babo D. Edwards Roberta A. Evans Thomas R. Fabrizio Carol A. Fazio Susan M. Fountain Gachignard Committee Judith M. Garland Michael F. & Susan Gionfriddo Daniel A. Goldberg Google, Inc. Julia Greene Karen L. Harris Janet D. Heintzman Kathleen M. Hurlburt Joan Irons Chedly G. Jean Wayne A. & Patricia Knight Maureen A. Kody Mia Lalander J.D. & Christina M. LaRock David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle Estate of Caleb Loring, Jr. Gale E. Lynch Michael R. Mahoney Desiree A. McKay Rogers Ann M. Miraglia John M. Murphy John R. Nelson Tobibon Nessa Arthur J. Neuner Joyce E. Nicoll James E. & Susan J. Noyes Kenneth R. & Lorraine Proposki Brett Thomas & Linda J. Quimby Kathy M. Ricker Ian T. & Beverley R. Roberts Philip R. Rogers Donna M. Rosato


Mary A. Savage John A. Scrivano Robert K. Shaw Paul D. & Judith B. Sklar Joseph F. Spaulding Susan M. St. Pierre Pizzeria Uno Corporation Binkley & Paula Shorts Donna Stefano Gerard Sullivan John M. Teahan Jean A. Titilah John & Nancy R. Tobey Ernest R. Vieira Jon D. & Anne M. Waisnor Yvonne M. Westcott

Georgetown Bank Scholarship

Judy Gould Memorial Scholarship James N. Amirault Milton & Nancy A. Barker Wayne M. & Elizabeth Burton Elaine R. Champagne Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Sandra B. Edwards Paul M. Frydrych Abe H. & Anita Kaufman Ann Koshivas Tammy P. Nguyen John & Ellen M. O’Donnell Jacqueline Sakamoto Madeline P. Wallis

James Grabowski Memorial Scholarship

Georgetown Bank

Daniel & Patricia Grabowski Louis C. Potvin

Kathleen and Thomas Gerecke Scholarship

Hansen Family Memorial Scholarship

Tom F. & Kathie P. Gerecke

Christina Hansen

Geriatric Nursing Scholarship

Margaret “Peggy” Harris Scholarship

Shirley A. Conway

Frederick Carnevale Linda E. Carnevale Paul M. Frydrych Margaret Harris

Ginsberg Family Scholarship Robert T. Degregorio Grace M. Jameson Ruth Moran Helene Ryan John T. Ryan Carol A. Sojka Robert W. & Lorraine A. Zollo

Girard Veteran’s Scholarship

Hawthorne in Salem Website John W. Stuart

Myrna Holzer Memorial Scholarship Catherine M. Anderson Eileen J. Andrade

Maryanne Atkinson Kristine L. Babcock Barbara Baratz Milton & Nancy A. Barker Leanne M. Barry David D. Becker & Jackie Belf Becker Linda A. Brantley Martha A. Brine John S. Viall & Patricia Brown Viall Wayne M. & Elizabeth Burton Marianne Connolly Shannon L. Cormier Jane E. Coviello Stephen J. Creamer Michele A. Cubelli Harris William & Susan Curry Joanna C. Daniel Donna M. Deorio Patricia Depamphilis Diane M. Dickerson John C. Duff Mary E. Dunn Sandra B. Edwards Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Katherine S. Faulkner Janice M. Forsstrom Paul M. Frydrych Maryclaire Gerety Robert & Sheila D. Girard Larry P. & Susan V. Goldberg Patricia H. Goldstein Ronald L. & Susan L. Grudziecki Gilbert & Joan Hofheimer Lloyd A. Holmes Julianne C. Howland Maryellen Hunt Robert K. & Jane Isaacson Lyn Kaplan Diana F. Kerry Jennifer Kirk

Ann D. Coughlin Lawrence H. & Donna Davis Paul M. Frydrych Charles & Cheryl Girard Robert & Sheila D. Girard Virginia Girard Winnie M. Hargis David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Robert J. & Susan M. Michaud Eugenia Sabanty Jacqueline Sakamoto Richard & Lisa A. Sanford

Profiles in Philanthropy

Anh Dao TranMoseman ’88 Anh Dao came to the U.S. at age 19 as a refugee from Vietnam with her family. Her mother and five siblings spoke limited English, and her father, a prisoner of war, remained behind. Today, the family is reunited and the Tran siblings are successful citizens, earning advanced degrees in engineering and health professions. Anh Dao has a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry, and her children are pursuing college degrees. Anh Dao established two scholarships with the NSCC Foundation in 2014. “I became a scholarship donor because I remember how difficult it was for my mom, my siblings and me to pursue our new life and a good education in America.”

Gorton’s of Gloucester Scholarship Gorton Group

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COMCAST CONTRIBUTION Thanks to a generous in-kind donation from Comcast, NSCC launched North Shore ADVANCING in fall 2015 with an inspiring five-minute video showcasing the College and our key initiatives: student success, growth and engagement, and teaching and learning. Comcast donated state-of-the-art video production services to the project. The video may be viewed at Northshore.edu/advancing.

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Profiles in Philanthropy

Lisa Milso

When Lisa Milso, NSCC’s Director of Student Life, passed away suddenly on Christmas Eve 2015, she left a huge void in the College community. Lisa loved NSCC and our students, and she proudly served the College for over 28 years, personally touching the lives of countless students and alumni. She is deeply missed. Lisa’s care and concern for people continued even after her passing — she donated her organs to seven others so that they could live on. NSCC is honored to join with Lisa’s family, friends and the College community to carry on Lisa’s legacy of caring. Through the NSCC Foundation, the Lisa Milso Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2016, providing scholarships to NSCC students. A college-wide “Day of Kindness” was also held in her memory on May 19, 2016, encouraging the community to share a smile, lend a hand, and pay it forward as Lisa did each and every day.

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David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle Marjorie H. Lessner Emily Light Thomas R. Mahoney Laurel S. Messina Duluk Bryan & Joyce Muse Larry & Maureen S. O’Neill Joseph M. & Dianne Palter-Gill Victoria F. Pasciuto Marion J. Potoczak Meryl B. Rich Donna Richemond Sandra J. Rochon William H. & Patricia E. Rosenberg Analee Solis Elaine K. Smith Joanne M. Sullivan Susan Sullivan Anne S. Tabet Sarah L. Teck Patrick M. Thomas Jill Thornton Mariflor T. Uva Madeline P. Wallis Robert M. Wishon Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Elaine G. and Jacob M. Israelsohn Scholarship

Courtney Hutt Memorial Scholarship

Alan D. Kline, President Lynn Ladder & Scaffolding Co, Inc. & Darlene F. Kline

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Robert M. & Alison Giacchino Maria Giacchino Geniene W. Hutt Meghan & Christopher Hutt James D. & Cathleen Sadler

Investing in a Sustainable North Shore Cummings Properties, Inc. Danversbank Caleb Loring, III & Bonny Loring Caleb Loring, Jr. & Rosemary Loring North Shore Bank James J. Tallo

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Frances S. Baker Charles E. Czarnecki Ilene G. Freedman Paul M. Frydrych Jacob M. & Elaine G. Israelsohn Diana A. Kassler North Shore Community Mediation Center Herbert N. & Janet B. Schlein Bette L. Siegel Ellen Siegel Willam S. & Maxine Simon Joseph L. & Barbara C. Younger

Jacqueline’s Bakery Scholarship Jacqueline’s Bakery

John C. Kelleher, Jr. Scholarship Kelleher Construction, Inc.

Roberta and Bernard M. Kline Scholarship

Kathleen Didonato Regina F. Doherty Sandra B. Edwards James A. & Elaine F. Lee Kelly A. Pratt Jacqueline Sakamoto Joanne M. Sullivan

Lizotte Family Scholarship Thomas J. & Nicole Lizotte

Henry Cabot Lodge Scholarship John W. Sears

A. James Lynch Scholarship A. James Lynch, Inc., Realtors

Lynn Area Youth Summer Fund Beverly Chamber of Commerce

Lynnfield Social Club Scholarship Centre Club of the North Shore

Barbara MacDonald Memorial Scholarship Sheldon W. & Eunice E. Field

Labor of Love – Miraculous Moments Robert S. & Cheryl L. Finkelstein

Greta MacLachlan Memorial Scholarship

Minnette Lall Scholarship

Diana Laurie Catherine A. MacLachlan Thomas & Courtney MacLachlan

Paul M. Frydrych Joyce C. Jeong John R. Nelson

Karen Martin Memorial Scholarship Joan E. Greener

James A. Lee Memorial Scholarship Leanne M. Barry Carol A. Boretti


Anthony F. Massaro and John Diflumeri Memorial Scholarship Frederick & Marian Massaro

Peggy and George Marcus Memorial Scholarship Charles D. & Joan B. Houghton Lynn Marcus

McCarthy Family Scholarship James J. & Mary Jo McCarthy

Peter J. Messina, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo

Robert Treat Paine Metcalf Scholarship Anonymous Ron & Rebecca Imperiali R.T. Paine & Barbara Metcalf

Lisa Milso Memorial Scholarship Lisa Altomari Jeremy M. Behrle Thomas S. & Madeline A. Bourke Taylor M. Brickley Martha A. Brine Patricia J. Callahan Judith Carter James R. Chisholm Cooper Jewelers Caroline L. Coscia Patricia DePamphilis Diane M. Dickerson John C. Duff Bruno & Maria P. Ferzoco Janice M. Forsstrom Wolfgang Friedel Patricia A. Gentile Tom F. & Kathie P. Gerecke Elizabeth Goonan Kathleen A. Hirbour Jean Hodgin Mark Edmund & Cate Kaluzny Wayne A. & Patricia Knight J.D. & Christina M. LaRock David K. & Patricia E. Lavoie Thomas & Courtney MacLachlan Paula Maloof Kathleen R. McElroy Marie T. Milso Joseph R. Modugno Marianne Morrissey Arthur J. Neuner

James E. & Susan J. Noyes NSCC Queer Straight Alliance Student Club Sal Pace Richard J. Passeri Lesley Peters Mark J. & Nichole Reimer Gregory Reppucci Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Jacqueline Sakamoto Susan Schumacher Silicon Valley Community Foundation Donna Stefano NSCC Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club Gerard Sullivan Susan Sullivan Anne S. Tabet Maureen Thayer Ralph & Nancy J. Tufo Madeline P. Wallis Phyllis M. Watson

Frances J. & Catherine R. Leydon Jeanne Leydon Charles F. & Jeanne L. Murphy Monica Smiddy

National Grand Bank Scholarship National Grand Bank

New England Biolabs Foundation Scholarship New England Biolabs Foundation

Newburyport Garden Club Scholarship Newburyport Garden Club

North Shore Bank Scholarship North Shore Bank

Judith A. James Susan B. Jhirad Scott R. & Madelyn E. Logan Barbara J. Maccarone Thomas & Courtney MacLachlan Robert C. Matthews Judith L. Maxfield Janet F. McLanahan Walter D. Mott John R. Nelson Arthur J. Neuner James P. Regan Jennifer L. Rich James L. & Anne R. Ridley John J. & Sandra Ronan Christine E. Salvanelli Philip A. Sbaratta Donna Stefano John & Nancy R. Tobey Ernest R. Vieira Kristin Webb Christine E. Wiley

North Shore Horticultural Society Scholarship

William M. O’Brien Memorial Scholarship

North Shore Horticultural Society

Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo

Minear Family Scholarship

North Shore Technology Council Scholarship

Paul E. & Suesan Minear

North Shore Technology Council

Mary J. Palmer Honors Program Scholarship

Joseph Monaco and Sandra Fazio Monaco Memorial Scholarship

NSCC Memorial Scholarship

Michaud Mitsubishi Kevin & Jill Michaud Michaud Mitsubishi

Mary J. Palmer

Lorraine E. Angel Anonymous Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Louis P. Geoffrion Susan E. Graham Jean Keith Peter & Lori G. Monaco Ralph & Nancy J. Tufo

Stephanie Moulton Memorial Scholarship Kimberly Flynn David Picarello David St. John

Bob & Mary Murphy Scholarship Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy

Jeanne Murphy “New Beginnings” Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Daniel T. Leydon Diane M. Leydon

Suchitra Amritkumar, in memory of Warland Hersey Sandra B. Edwards, in memory of Paul Puska, William Flynn, & Evelyn Toleos Janice M. Forsstrom, in memory of Caleb Loring Jacqueline Sakamoto, in memory of Paul Puska & Richard Adams

NSCC Professors Emeriti Scholarship Louis J. & Virginia M. Anoli Anonymous Edward & Marion Bailey Harry L. & Phyllis A. Bowen Joseph H. Boyd Gordon W. & Jane A. Brown Carl J. Carlsen Russell L. & Sandra M. Carriker Joel S. & Rosemary H. Chansky Richard Cunney Ralph & Eileen Edelstein Warren D. & Nancy C. Ford Paul M. Frydrych Kathleen Govostes Susan A. Herman Jean Hodgin

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Karen Pangallo Library Fund Patricia Brown Viall Dava Davainis Paul M. Frydrych Christine L. Goodchild David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Karen A. Hynick John F. Koza Rose Marie Levesque Caroline G. Mangione William J. Meunier Joseph R. Modugno NSCC Library Staff Kenneth M. Straus Larry D. & Kathryn A. Sullivan Anne M. Tullson-Johnsen

Partners HealthCare Scholarship Partners HealthCare

Mr. and Mrs. Rahul Patel Scholarship Rahul & Jagruti C. Patel

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Donor honor roll Helen and Harold Peters Scholarship Anonymous

Anne Priven Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Robert S. & Cheryl L. Finkelstein

Julius Priven Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Robert S. & Cheryl L. Finkelstein

Dan Popp Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Paul M. Frydrych Lynn Wermers Teresa L. Whitney

Presidential Inauguration – Dr. Patricia A. Gentile, Ed.D. A. James Lynch, Inc., Realtors Francis W. & Nancy M. Alberto Catherine M. Anderson Michael Badolato Gary M. & Lynne Barrett Berkshire Community College Christopher Berry Beverly Cooperative Bank Beth Bower Bristol Community College John S. Viall & Patricia Brown Viall Wayne M. & Elizabeth Burton Patricia J. Callahan Care Dimensions Maria O. Carrasco Stephen J. Creamer Nancy R. Csaplar Cummings Properties, Inc. William & Susan Curry Bruce S. & Elizabeth Daniels Diane M. Dickerson John C. Duff Eagle Tribune Publishing Company Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Sandra B. Edwards Energi Insurance Services, Inc. Steven Carhart & Martha C. Farmer

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Janice M. Forsstrom Paul M. Frydrych Patricia A. Gentile Georgetown Savings Bank William Hart Elizabeth A. Hogan David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Hub Holdings Karen A. Hynick Stephen & Darcy Immerman Integrated Financial Partners, Inc. Jay Cashman, Inc. William M. & Carolyn D. Jones Lyn Kaplan Maria Kellett Mark Kenard Ellen Kennedy David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Jonathan & Joanne H. Light Edward L. Lynch Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Lynn Community Health, Inc. Lynn Housing Authority Robert Marini Massasoit Community College Laurel S. Messina Duluk R.T. Paine & Barbara Metcalf Middlesex Community College Mohegan Resorts Massachusetts, LLC Susan E. Mulvey New England Carpenters Labor Management Program North Shore Bank North Shore Business Center. LLC Incorporated North Shore Elder Services, Inc. Northern Essex Community College John Olcott Larry & Maureen S. O’Neill Joseph M. & Dianne Palter-Gill Partners HealthCare People’s United Bank Rick Ponticelli Marion J. Potoczak Dale & Theresa Pyatt Quinsigamond Community College Donna Richemond James L. & Anne R. Ridley Jacqueline Sakamoto Salem Five Mary W. Sarris

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Steven J. Seeche Ralph & Stacey Sevinor Shetland Properties Sister Donuts, Inc. D/B/A Dunkin Donuts Smith Costello & Crawford Solimine Family St. Mary’s Regional High School Donna Stefano Kelly A. Sullivan Susan Sullivan James J. Tallo Jill Thornton Loreen M. Tirrell George & Diane S. Traicoff Mariflor T. Uva Stephen T. & Michele Vesey Madeline P. Wallis Wayne Alarm Systems, Inc. Donald R. Williams Christopher Wilson Worcester State College Richard Wylie Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Professor Judy Putnam Scholarship Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Judith A. Putnam Polly P. Southwick

Julia Quaglia Memorial Scholarship

Mary D. Ring Caregivers Scholarship Bryan Ring & Family

Raymond and Hilda Rodweller Memorial Scholarship Maryann D. McGovern Martha Rodweller Richard & Carol Wysopal

Mary F. Rokowski Memorial Scholarship Janice M. Forsstrom

Samuel and Gertrude Rome Memorial Scholarship David H. & Judy W. Cohen Patricia Kraft

Nora and Daniel Rourke Memorial Scholarship Tom Rourke Daniel J. Rourke - Rourke Family Foundation

Jane Lilly Rowe, RN Scholarship David S. & Kristin K. Walton Kenneth B. Walton Michael Walton

Richard Quaglia Gerald J. & Patricia A. Zingariello

Rose Scholarship

Catherine L. Rich and Francis P. Rich Scholarship

Dr. James R. Rowell, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Barbara Dematteo Ernest H. & Gloria Duval Harris L. & Nancy L. MacNeill Craig & Rose Richards Richard & Alison Ricker Charles H. & Deborah Snyder James A. & Kathleen M. Tavares Melissa Waltz John F. Welch

Nancy A. Bixby Linsley Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Elaine Frazier Woodward Hamilton Financial, Inc. Kristen Komer Priscilla M. Singleton Sara G. Withington

Marie C. Riley Memorial Scholarship

Martha & Max Rubinstein Family Foundation

Joseph F. Riley

Susan B. Jhirad

Max Rubinstein Scholarship


Francis Ryan Scholarship

STEM Leadership Scholarship

James F. & Elaine R. Horrocks

Verizon Foundation

Daniel Rybicki Memorial

Stop Hunger on Campus

Robert S. & Dianna M. Sisson

Anonymous James E. & Susan J. Noyes NSCC Queer Straight Alliance Student Club

Salem Five Scholarship Salem Five

Santander ‘Believe in Lynn’ Scholarship

Paul E. Story Scholarship

Santander Bank

MiddleOak - Holyoke Mutual Insurance Company

Saugusbank Scholarship

Alexander J. Struzziero Scholarship

Saugusbank

Robert A. & Marie Elena Struzziero

Save Fund

Student Government Scholarship

Anonymous Charity Girls Joseph R. & Donna Davis Janice M. Forsstrom Patricia A. Gentile David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Robert B. & Mary Foss Murphy James E. & Susan J. Noyes Teresa L. Whitney

Seaside Garden Club Scholarship

Anonymous Jay Barker Sandra Berchoff Leonard A. Cote Linda M. Hussey Yelena B. Moyers Abdessamad Mrani-Alaoui Deborah J. Simpson Samantha R. Sprague Cleiton Weimann

Seaside Garden Club of Manchester

Student Success Campaign

Professor Nahum “Abe” Sherf Memorial Scholarship

Richard Adelman Deborah Aldrich Philip Anderson Anonymous Apple Lane Foundation Aspen Distributing, Inc. Marie Avagliano Susan Benua Henry J. & Donna H. Bertolon Edith F. Blodgett Thomas Bogart Virginia R. Brewer Zuleidy M. Brito Linda E. Carnevale Judith Carter Charles F. Hanlon & Maureen A. Cason Hanlon Diane F. Chatigny Nathaniel S. Coolidge John S. Corey Kelley A. Cox James Dailey Glenn Dansker Nelson J. & Ruth L. Darling

Martha A. Brine Sheldon S. & Frances E. Brown Massachusetts Foreign Language Association Sherf & Associates PC Adam Sherf Family of David & Lori Sherf Jacob Sherf Family of Mark & Nicole Sherf Matthew Sherf

Pauline and Gerald Simons Scholarship John R. Murphy

Solimine Family Scholarship Solimine Family

Mary E. Divincenzo Peter A. & Judith M. Dore Ralph & Eileen Edelstein Babo D. Edwards Michael F. Estey Thomas R. Fabrizio Carol A. Fazio Arthur K. Flanagan Harold Garcia Judith M. Garland Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington Mary Higgins Pamela L. Hood Mark Edmund & Cate Kaluzny Lyn Kaplan Thomas J. Kelly Maureen A. Kody Faith G. Kramer David A. Leach & Laurie J. LaChapelle Mia Lalander Joseph R. & Mary Anne Lefebvre Henry Leitner Sharon Lenzie Patricia J. Lipson Joan M. Loffi Blair John A. & Elizabeth Lucas Magellan Aerospace David R. Masse Dawna L. Matkevicius John E. & Alison Miniter Marianne P. Noha Kimberly Parke Richard J. Passeri John P. Perotti Kathleen M. Petronzio Kenneth R. & Lorraine Proposki Sandra J. Rochon Charlotte L. Rublee James Ryan Mary W. Sarris Linda M. Shannon Robert K. Shaw Linda J. Simpson Paul D. & Judith B. Sklar Monica Smiddy Joseph F. Spaulding Paul Spreadbury Debra A. Steeves Cristy B. Sugarman Gerard Sullivan William P. Sullivan Patrick M. Thomas Jill Thornton Steve & Beth A. Tichy Jean A. Titilah Vu N. Tran Igwe Uga Kathleen A. Vaccaro

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Profiles in Philanthropy

Binkley Shorts When Binkley Shorts heard that the number of student veterans at NSCC was growing, Binkley, a Vietnam veteran, took a special interest in helping to create a welcoming space that would support veteran students pursuing their education. Thanks in large part to a generous gift from Binkley and his wife Paula, NSCC relocated its Veterans Center in 2013 within its Danvers Campus to a larger, centralized location complete with meeting and office space, computer workstations, a greeter’s station, and space for veteran students to socialize and relax amongst peers who share similar experiences as they navigate college and civilian life. With our veteran student population at 5% and growing, NSCC’s Veterans Center stands ready to welcome and support veteran students and their families. NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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Donor honor roll Pauline R. Vass Jon D. & Anne M. Waisnor Madeline P. Wallis Yvonne M. Westcott Denise Wright-McDonald Marian Zeles

Support 4 Students Campaign Richard Adelman Lisa Altomari Catherine M. Anderson Anonymous Joanne Barber Marianne E. Barker Leanne M. Barry Linda A. Brantley John S. Viall & Patricia Brown Viall Sheldon S. & Frances E. Brown Lorin C. Buksa Wayne & Elizabeth M. Burton Russell L. & Sandra M. Carriker Elaine R. Champagne Bruce E. Ciaramella Gina T. Delgado Babo D. Edwards Sandra B. Edwards Antonina R. Eramo Leonel Espinal & Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Margaret C. Figgins-Hill Janice M. Forsstrom Paul M. Frydrych Tom F. & Kathie P. Gerecke Julia Greene Barbara A. Heath Kathleen A. Hirbour James F. & Elaine R. Horrocks Julianne C. Howland Joyce C. Jeong Vikki L. Kelan Jonathan & Joanne H. Light Patricia M. Manninen Lisa A. Milso Mobile Giving Foundation Peter & Lori G. Monaco Anthony F. Moreno Maureen S. Nardella Arthur J. Neuner Cynthia M. O’Donnell Krista G. Olsen Larry & Maureen S. O’Neill Joseph M. Gill & Dianne Palter-Gill

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Karen L. Pangallo Robert A. & Joan M. Peabody Gina Pelletier Marion J. Potoczak Saradha Ramesh Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Jacqueline Sakamoto Christine E. Salvanelli Donna Stefano Joanne M. Sullivan Kelly A. Sullivan Patrick M. Thomas Steve & Beth A. Tichy Loreen M. Tirrell Priscilla A. Tobey Jessica M. Tower Lisa M. Tusinski Geraldine Twomey Helene Vandernoot Louis W. Wallach Lynn Wermers Terri L. Whitney Gary D. Williams Patricia S. Williams Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Sustainability Fund Suchitra Amritkumar Anonymous Iona Black Katherine S. Faulkner Kinga N. Jacaszek Judith E. Puschak-Coleman Lynda S. Richards

Tallo Family Scholarship Herbert Lepage, Jr. & Merinda B. Lepage James J. Tallo

The TJX Foundation Scholarship The TJX Foundation

George Traicoff Presidential Scholarship George & Diane S. Traicoff

Tran Phan Family Scholarship Anh Dao Tran-Moseman

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Trustees’ Scholarship

Women in Transition

Maria O. Carrasco Robert & Joanne Fortunato Elizabeth A. Hogan Lyn Kaplan Edward L. Lynch John R. Nelson Lesley Peters James L. & Anne R. Ridley Steven J. Seeche Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

William L. & Jane Saltonstall

Uncommon Leader Scholarship

Helen M. and Thomas J. Zampell Scholarship

Anh Dao Tran-Moseman

James C. & Christine M. Zampell

Dr. Arthur Underwood Memorial Scholarship

Special thanks to our grant funders and community partners

Susan A. Anderson Jacquelyn A. Delorenzo Scott & Suzanne M. Underwood

Michele Vesey Nursing Scholarship Stephen T. & Michele Vesey

Veterans Scholarship Anthony & Paula Burke John A. Hough Sandra J. Rochon Binkley & Paula Shorts

David L. and Susana P. Weber Scholarship Gorton Group David L. & Susana P. Weber

Deborah White Memorial Scholarship Appalachian Regional Healthcare System Michael S. & Susan E. Doucette Dennis H. & Diane C. Foley Wayne T. & Yolanda A. Hathaway Darcy C. Jutras Robert E. & Norberta M. Jutras Dorothea C. Knowlton Robert & Dale Maini Steve Malcom John E. & Patricia E. Morris James Morse, III & Christine R. Morse Kevin Sopp

Danielle Homes Yagjian Memorial Scholarship Lenora Dawson – Danielle Yagjian Foundation

Yagjian Family Scholarship Richard A. & Cheryl D. Yagjian

Comcast Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Essex County Community Foundation Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Gerondelis Foundation, Inc. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Lynn Community Health Center Lynn Economic Opportunity, Inc. Lynn Housing and Neighborhood Development Lynn Public Schools The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation Verizon Foundation


College & Foundation Finances Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2016

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37% 35% 65%

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Foundation Awards

Other Income/Auxiliary

Capital Appropriation

5% 2%

Contributions

Tuition and Fees, net

24%

Investment income

Grants and Contracts

29%

State Appropriation

41%

40% 60%

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College Revenue

Foundation Revenue

Full copy of the auditor’s report on college and foundation expenses is available by contacting Patricia J. Callahan, Comptroller, Fiscal Affairs Department, tcallaha@northshore.edu

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Leadership at NSCC Executive Staff Patricia Gentile, Ed.D., President Janice Forsstrom, Vice President, Administration & Finance Karen Hynick, Ed.D., Vice President, Accademic Affairs Jermaine Williams, Ed.D., Vice President, Student & Enrollment Services Madeline Wallis, Vice President, Human Resources Development

NSCC Board of Trustees Maria Carrasco Career Services Counselor North Shore Career Center Kevin Harron President Burtons Grill, LLC Elizabeth A. Hogan, Esq. Vice President for Communication Council for Opportunity in Education Lyn Kaplan Business Performance Advisor Insperity J.D. LaRock, J.D., Ed.D. Executive Director of Strategic Presidential Initiatives, Office of the President Northeastern University Jesse Perkins Student Trustee Lesley Peters Payroll Supervisor MA Convention Center Dale Pyatt President and CEO Jay Cashman, Inc. Joseph F. Riley Executive Vice President Eastern Bank James L. Ridley Principal St. Mary’s High School

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NSCC Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors David Baer, Esq. Baer Counsel, Manchester Wayne M. Burton, Ed.D. President Emeritus North Shore Community College Bruce Daniels, Foundation Treasurer Senior Vice President Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Boston John Fouhy, Foundation Secretary Senior Director Video Productions & Services Comcast, Andover Patricia A. Gentile, Ed.D. President North Shore Community College James Horrocks, Foundation Vice President CEO, Coastal Capital Group, Danvers Andrea Kantaros Vice President Market Manager People’s United Bank, Beverly Stephanie Lee, Foundation Vice President Director, Public Affairs Verizon, Boston Thomas Lizotte Senior Branch Manager Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, Danvers R.T. Paine Metcalf Corporate Vice President UBS, Peabody Jagruti Patel, MD, FACS KayaKalp Aesthetics, Beverly Joseph F. Riley Executive Vice President Eastern Bank, Lynn

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Kevin Rourke Senior Vice President, Team Leader Salem Five, Salem Shari Sagan McGuirk Realtor Sagan Realtors, Swampscott Mary Sarris Executive Director North Shore Workforce Investment Board, Salem George Traicoff, Ed.D. President Emeritus North Shore Community College Stephen T. Vesey, Foundation President Principal Vesey & Weeks Company, Danvers

Alumni Board of Directors Gerard ‘Sully’ Sullivan ’97, President Donna Rosato ’03, Vice President Lesley Peters ’97, Alumni Trustee Nancy Barker ’10 Julie Howland ’97 Bob Kohn ’79 Rob Landau ’74 Bob Murphy ’99 Lisa Tusinski ’14


NSCC Class of 37.5%

2016

57.1%

Graduates of high schools in every community served by NSCC apply to the College each year. For the graduating high school class of 2016, this map represents the percentage of applicants to NSCC who enrolled in classes.

75% 42.9% 75%

80%

57.1% 75%

57.1%

33.3%

44.8%

60.5% 33.3%

36.4%

60.5% 100% 60.5%

80% 61.5%

100%

66.7%

49.1%

49% 80%

80%

70%

58%

20% Public School Regional Districts

55.3% 27.3%

49%

30.3%

42.9%

62.5% 57.1%

1

Pentucket

2

Triton

3

Masconomet

4

Hamilton-Wenham

5

Manchester-Essex

6

Nahant HS students attend Swampscott HS

Private/Regional/Technical Schools

43.8%

62.5%

43.5%

Bishop Fenwick HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28.6%

22.2%

St. Mary’s HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88.9%

75% 26.1%

Essex Technical HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52.3%

NE Metro Regional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48.7%

Lynn Schools Breakdown

Salem Academy Charter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50%

Classical . . . . . . . . . . . . 27.9%

Malden Catholic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100%

English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.4%

Landmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25%

Voc-Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . 32.5%

St. John’s Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0%

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LYNN CAMPUS 300 Broad Street Lynn, MA 781-593-6722

MIDDLETON CAMPUS North Shore Business Center 30 Log Bridge Road Middleton, MA 978-762-4000

A BRIEF HISTORY Established in 1965, North Shore Community College (NSCC) is one of the oldest of the 15 community colleges in Massachusetts. Operating from campuses in Danvers, Lynn and Middleton, we serve 26 cities and towns from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann. Since its founding in 1965, NSCC has grown from a single building to three campuses, and from five to over 80 academic programs. NSCC has touched the lives of more than a quarter million residents on the North Shore in its first half-century of service. NSCC delivers post-secondary education to more than 10,500 credit students in an academic year, and an additional 4,000 noncredit students. The College also provides lifelong learning opportunities to area residents through workforce development training. NSCC is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.


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