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ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.” - VICTOR HUGO


Inspiring Building

T O D AY ’ S S T U D E N T S . . .

TABLE

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TOMORROW’S LEADERS

CONTENTS

FSCJ’s Socioeconomic Impact ...............2 New Mission, Vision and Values ...........4 Students Inspired by Teachers ...............5 Alumni in Our Community ....................8 Scheidel Scholarships Fulfill Dreams .....10 2012-2013 Highlights ........................12 Financials..........................................14 Scholarships and Specialized Funds .....15

Photograph by Tia Bruno, FSCJ Student


INVESTING

IN

STUDENTS’ DREAMS

Creates Future Leaders

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e are pleased to present our fiscal 2012-2013 report because it is a testament to the many successes we have achieved this past year. Our most exciting news is that the Florida State College Foundation’s total scholarship distribution of $1.5 million is the greatest amount given in the past five years – 1,011 total scholarships earned by 816 current students! The primary mission of the Foundation is to raise scholarship funds for deserving students. The Foundation’s Board of Directors is proud to report that this has been one of our best years ever and we expect this momentum to continue into fiscal year 2014. In addition to the scholarship awards, the Foundation’s total assets reached $42 million, with investments of those assets at an all-time high. Also,

Foundation expenses decreased 55 percent from the prior year. Our board, including our new members, has been working diligently to revise our policies and procedures, determine ways to reduce expenses, focus our efforts on new fundraising opportunities and support the Foundation’s mission. The enthusiastic support of the board bodes well for our future. The Foundation board recently held a workshop during which they redefined the mission, vision and values of the Foundation. Those values include commitment, trust, stewardship, support, excellence, diversity and inclusion. The Foundation envisions a community, where through availability and excellence in education resources, individuals and families will achieve their potential, have income stability and live

Dr. Willis Holcombe Interim College President

happy, productive lives. We are using this annual report to introduce you to our new mission, vision and values, which we believe are helping us create an exciting future for our Foundation and the College. As our report theme states, we are “Inspiring today’s students…building tomorrow’s leaders.” In conjunction with our new College presidential leadership, we will develop a solid strategic plan that will help define the Foundation’s fundraising. But, most important of all, we will continue to invest in students’ dreams by awarding scholarships and financial support that will ultimately lead to their successful futures as leaders in our community. Thank you for your loyalty and dedication to our Foundation and our students.

Dr. H. Wade Barnes, Jr. Foundation Board Chair

Maggie Hightower, CFRE Interim Executive Director

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F S C J ’ S S O C I O E C O N O M I C I M PA C T

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hat is the total economic impact of Florida State College at Jacksonville, if you consider all of its activities and those of its former students in its service area, Duval and Nassau counties? According to a study produced by Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) for the Florida College System Council of Presidents ... $1.6 billion annually. On its own, Florida State College at Jacksonville contributes a total of $136 million just in income to Duval and Nassau counties each year.

Specific to FSCJ and the return on investment, the EMSI report determined that: •

Students benefit from a 17.6 percent rate of return on their investments in FSCJ.

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On average, an FSCJ student’s income increases by $6.60 for every dollar invested in FSCJ. Society benefits from the higher earnings – and the expanded tax base – an educated workforce brings, which in FSCJ’s case amounts to about $231.8 million each year.

ADDED INCOME College operations effect .......... $123,498,000 Student spending effect .............. $12,527,000 Total spending effect .....................$136,025,000 Student productivity effect ............$1,497,429,000 GRAND TOTAL ......................... $1,633,454,000

The average annual added income due to the activities of FSCJ and its former students equals $1.6 billion, approximately equal to 3.3 percent of the total FSCJ service area economy.


The EMSI analysis of the region’s economic growth attributable to FSCJ was determined to be $123.5 million annually, based on income due to College operations. Additionally, spending by FSCJ’s non-local students (about 14 percent of its student body) amounts to about $12.5 million. Academic credits earned by FSCJ students translate into higher earnings for students and increased output of businesses. The added income that can be attributed

to these academic credits is estimated to be around $1.5 billion a year. The results of this study demonstrate that FSCJ is a sound investment from multiple perspectives. The college enriches the lives of students and increases their lifetime incomes. It benefits taxpayers by generating increased tax revenues from an enlarged economy and reducing the demand for taxpayer-supported social services. Finally, it contributes to the vitality of both the local and state economies.

FSCJ affects the local economy through: its local purchases, including wages paid to faculty and staff; the spending of students who come from outside the region; and the increase in the skill base of the local workforce.

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The College’s socioeconomic impact was reported as part of a March 2013 comprehensive study that addressed the economic impact of all 28 state colleges and community colleges. “The Economic Contributions of the Florida State College System,” was commissioned by the Florida College System Foundation and the system’s Council of Presidents, and conducted by Economic Modeling Specialists, Intl. The report detailed the role that the Florida College System and, specifically, Florida State College at Jacksonville, plays in promoting economic development, enhancing students’ careers and improving quality of life. FSCJ’s service area includes Duval and Nassau counties.

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NEW MISSION, VISION

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Guide the Foundation Into the Future Mission

Vision

Our mission is to secure financial resources for Florida State College at Jacksonville to provide students in need access to affordable, quality education and to enhance the lives and the economic development of Northeast Florida.

We envision a community, where through availability and excellence in education resources, individuals and families will achieve their potential, have income stability and live happy, productive lives.

Values Commitment

Stewardship

Excellence

We are steadfast in our obligation to fulfill the intention of the donor and discover new financial resources for students in need of additional support.

We properly invest and safeguard the funds entrusted to us, reflecting the intentions of our donors, and meeting the needs of the students and the college.

We strive to pay attention to every detail every day. We consistently seek creative and innovative ways to do better.

Trust

Support

We are diligent and disciplined in carrying out our mission. We are reliable and responsible in ways that earn the trust of our donors, students and community.

We value our staff ’s skills and actively support their continued growth and development as they advance the Foundation and adapt to future needs.

We seek to be inclusive and embrace diversity in all its forms. It strengthens our ability to achieve our goals by bringing together and serving a broad cross-section of individuals with varied needs, experiences and perspectives.

Diversity and Inclusion

The FSCJ Foundation is dedicated to fulfilling its mission and thankful for your support. Please visit floridastatecollegefoundation.org to learn more about our scholarships and programs.


T O D AY ’ S I N S P I R E D S T U D E N T S

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BECOME

Tomorrow’s Community Leaders FSCJ

students Stephanie Hughes, 28, and Keith Walters, 30, are excellent examples of how the College can help students realize their dreams and build a hopeful, prosperous future. After high school, both were working in jobs that did not require a college degree, but were providing income and serving the purpose of being gainfully employed. However, Hughes and Walters both came to the same conclusion when those jobs were no longer viable, rewarding pathways to their futures: They needed to get a college education. That’s when they decided to investigate FSCJ’s programs and enroll. And, just as important, they learned about how the Foundation could help them reach their educational goals by applying for and being awarded scholarships and other financial aid. Here are the compelling stories of their journeys to earn college degrees – and learn a few valuable life lessons along the way!

“It was clear to me early on that Stephanie was not only reading the class assignments, but devouring them in a way I seldom see. She would come to class excited about every topic and always had extremely insightful things to say. Stephanie quickly learned to think like a real scientist! I think Stephanie was most passionate when we talked about poverty and nutrition, food security and eating local foods. She really made some excellent connections between locally grown food and the jobs for small farmers.” -- Professor Dan Husband, Ph.D.

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Keith Walters Future College President Major: Business Administration FSCJ Degrees Earned and to be Earned: Completed an Associate in Arts degree and an Associate in Science in Business Administration, pursuing two baccalaureate degrees in business administration and supervision and management. Scholarships: John Edward Allen Memorial, Steven and Olivia Bowers, Gandi Memorial Society Activities and Awards: Vice president of the Civic Round Table of Jacksonville, president of Upsilon Eta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, led the chapter in its Honors in Action anti-cheating and anti-plagiarism campaign. Keith’s Most Inspirational Teacher: Jon Lyon, Business and Finance Professor, FSCJ Kent Campus “I have learned that the most important factor in making me a competitor in life is how I compete with myself to achieve more and get better results every day. And being active in Phi Theta Kappa and the Civic Round Table helps me build relationships and teaches me valuable lessons about the importance of community service.” -- Student Keith Walters

“Going to college at age 30 can be daunting. In my first classes, I still wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my future. But then I met my finance teacher, Jon Lyon, and he made it fun to learn. I was impressed by how he made the class so applicable to real life. His willingness to teach me one-onone was also very helpful.” -- Keith

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eith Walters was going through life without a college education. He was working in retail management and believed his career would continue to soar with that company. However, on one fateful day his manager told him that his position was eliminated. Now what? “For the next year I believed that my next job was just around the corner. It never came,” said Walters. “I was asked at every interview, where do I see myself in five years, and I doubt I ever gave a good answer. I couldn’t have, because I didn’t know. I was lacking something my competitors had – a formal education.” Walters realized this was a significant turning point and learned that “life is a competition, and gainful employment is the reward of competitive players.” He also learned about how FSCJ could help him compete in the business marketplace. So, he enrolled in classes and is pursuing his dream of working in the fields of finance, law or college administration. Researching and securing scholarships and financial aid was one of Walters’ key factors to becoming a successful student. He applied for numerous opportunities and knows that without that support, he would not have been able to attend FSCJ. “The financial assistance is key to my future and makes a direct contribution to my ability to be successful,” said Walters. “But best of all, I can now tell a potential employer the answer to that oncedifficult question: Five years from now, I’ll be a college graduate!”

“Helping students is the real reason that I love teaching. There is nothing better in class than seeing the light come on when a student, such as Keith, learns a new concept and understands how that concept will benefit them not only while earning a degree, but in life. One part of the class is learning about markets’ functions and the mechanics of investing. Keith enthusiastically enjoyed learning how to invest. One of Keith’s comments was that every young person should be taught these concepts in high school.” -- Professor Jon Lyon


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tephanie Hughes grew up on a small, self-sustaining farm. Food and cooking were a significant part of her childhood so she recognized early in her life that much of the food Americans eat is grown in unhealthy ways and is, ultimately, wasted. For a decade, Hughes worked in the food industry, but knew she wanted to have a career in ecology, with a focus on agriculture. “I felt that this career would give me the opportunity to have a positive impact on the environment, change the way people think about our agricultural system, and educate people about where their food comes from – and the environmental costs of how it got to their plate,” she said. So, in 2012 she enrolled in classes at FSCJ and she will earn two associate degrees in May 2014. However, one of the most critical first steps in her college education journey was investigating financial aid. Hughes’ initiative did result in numerous scholarship awards and other aid that allow her to focus on her full-time studies while still working part time selling homemade jams she crafts from local, organic ingredients – some of which are grown in her own garden. “I am so thankful for the financial support I have received that I plan to facilitate a student workshop, through Phi Theta Kappa, to help ohers learn how they can apply for and get scholarships,” said Hughes.

Stephanie Hughes Future Agricultural Ecologist Major: Environmental Science Technology FSCJ Degrees to be Earned: Associate in Science in Environmental Science Technology and Hazardous Materials Specialist Scholarships: Thomas B. Crowley Environmental Sciences, Green Industry, Irene B. Kirbo, Stein Scholars Activities and Awards: Founder of a community garden and president of the FSCJ Kent Campus Community Garden Club, vice president of leadership for FSCJ’s Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, serves as Phi Theta Kappa Ambassador to the Student Government Association, and awarded the prestigious Green Industry Scholarship from the North Florida Nursery, Grower and Landscape Association. Stephanie’s Most Inspirational Teacher: J. Daniel Husband, Ph.D., Professor of Biology/Environmental Sciences, FSCJ Kent Campus “When I started my general classes, I felt the weight of the world on my shoulders because I didn’t know what I wanted to study. I knew I was passionate about food, cooking, conservation and environmental stewardship. But it wasn’t until my second semester, meeting biology professor Dan Husband and taking his Biology of Environmental Systems class that the weight simply lifted.” -- Stephanie

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“My best advice to anyone in financial need is to invest the time and effort into applying for scholarships and becoming active in an honors society such as Phi Theta Kappa. If you take the initiative to apply and volunteer your time, it will pay off. Being active in Phi Theta Kappa has helped me to gain skills in communication and people relations. And it helps us all learn how to be great leaders.” -- Student Stephanie Hughes


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Alumni Are Successful Business Leaders Jacksonville business professionals Jim Marlier, Dawn Lopez and Mike Schneider have never met. However, they have two significant commonalities: they all grew up in Jacksonville and earned their associate degrees from the College. These three successful alumni credit their time at the College for launching their eventual careers in the same community in which they work and live – Jacksonville. Through the span of years they attended the school, the name has changed from Florida Junior College to Florida Community College at Jacksonville to today’s Florida State College at Jacksonville. But those changes have not impacted how the College has remained a constant in Jacksonville as a great place to launch future business leaders in our community. In other words, FSCJ’s current mission to “...enhance the lives of our students and the economic development of Northeast Florida” is rooted in the

Meet Jim Marlier Local Business Success: President, GT Leasing, Jacksonville Education: Earned an associate degree from the College, and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of North Florida Photograph by Tia Bruno, FSCJ Student

many years the College has already enriched lives and positively impacted the community.

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im Marlier reflects fondly on his years attending Florida Junior College when he lived at home in Jacksonville, while earning his two-year degree and working to pay his tuition. “I always had a respect for the mission of the school in serving the needs of the local community,” Marlier said. “There is no other area college that is more efficient at helping high school graduates and those coming back for their educations later in life to get the degrees and skills they need to better their lives.” Marlier has remained connected to FSCJ and the Foundation through his involvement in the Redcoats, a committee of past chairmen of THE PLAYERS Championship. THE PLAYERS Championship Scholarship endowment was established in 2002 by a group of Red Coats who wanted to focus on students who were returning to school later in life to earn a college degree.

Credits the College with: “...providing a local, affordable option to begin my college career.” How he gives back to Jacksonville: He has served on the Foundation board and as chairman of the annual golf tournament fundraiser, and co-founded a scholarship to help older, returning students.


Meet Dawn Lopez

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hen Dawn Lopez started her associate of arts degree at Florida Community College at Jacksonville, she knew she wanted to be successful, but in what career, she wasn’t sure. The turning point and deciding factor came during her second year while attending Dr. Mary Louise Shannon’s speech class. Dr. Shannon recommended Lopez for an internship at local TV station WJXT. She won the internship and fell in love with working in TV news. The fact that such internships usually went to students further along in their majors was not lost on Dawn and she took advantage of the opportunity and proceeded on a path to be a broadcast journalist. “The local environment of FSCJ allowed me to stay at home in Jacksonville for my first two years of college, work on campus and decide what I wanted to major in,” said Lopez. “I was able to avoid large student loans by getting grants and scholarships.” Lopez also credits her time at FSCJ as “an opportunity to shadow different people, learn about a variety of careers and then figure out how much I enjoyed communications.”

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istening to Mike Schneider describe his days attending Florida Junior College is a testament to how much a college education influences students’ lives and careers. He explained that a leadership role in the College’s social service club, promoting social events and community service projects, was the perfect foundation for helping him realize what he wanted to major in. “I truly believe all life experiences determine who we become,” Schneider said. “My friendships and connections I made while at the College stay with me even today. In fact, I still see former classmates around town. Many of us have stayed, or returned, to establish our businesses in the same areas we grew up and attended school.” Schneider believes FSCJ serves a critical need as an affordable college that directly translates into careers and jobs. “Whether students are taking courses and learning skills to earn a two-year degree that prepares them for a specific job, or taking the basics then transferring to a four-year degree program, the community wins and quality of life is improved,” he said.

Local Business Success: Television anchor for CBS/Fox Action News in the Morning and Action News at Noon, Jacksonville Education: Earned an associate degree from the College and bachelor’s in mass communication from University of North Florida Credits the College with: “...being a springboard for helping me figure out what I wanted to do, what I enjoyed.” How she gives back to Jacksonville: As host of her weekly segment, “Jacksonville’s Children,” in cooperation with Northeast Florida Family Support Services, she spotlights children who are adoption candidates. 9

Meet Mike Schneider Local Business Success: Co-founder/CEO of the Loop Pizza Grill and co-founder/partner of Bistro AIX Education: Associate degree from the College and bachelor’s in TV and motion picture production from Florida State University Credits the College with: “...an ideal training ground for eventually being in the restaurant business.” How he gives back to Jacksonville: As a restaurateur, he is providing a scholarship meal plan for student athletes and has played in the College’s annual golf tournament fundraiser.


SCHEIDEL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Helps Students’ Dreams Come True

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About the Scheidel Scholarship Endowment The Scheidel Scholarship is available to residents or high school graduates of selected local organizations and agencies within the Jacksonville community. Applicants must complete the FAFSA and show a financial need, meet the admissions requirements, be accepted by FSCJ and a Florida resident for tuition purposes, and maintain a minimum GPA.

nspired by the generosity, life experiences and love of family of the late Herb Scheidel and his wife Miyuki, the Scheidel Foundation focuses on supporting programs that create and sustain economic opportunity for lower-income individuals, and promotes the advancement of integrative medicine. In 2005, the Scheidels established an endowed scholarship program at FSCJ with a $1 million gift. Since that time, more than 200 students have received funding to help them achieve their educational goals and reach for their dreams. Whether they study the arts, technology, teaching, nursing, or other health professions, these students have the opportunity to become the professionals that our community needs. In the early years of the program when the College offered only two-year degrees, students were given the opportunity to obtain a vocational certificate or an associate degree. Today, students are able to choose from a wide range of associate and four-year bachelor’s degrees. Thus, the Scheidel Scholarship is meaningful not only for their careers, but also for the quality of their lives and the quality of the people they serve in our community.


Although the Scheidel Foundation does not provide direct financial or administrative support for these scholarships, it has recently funded a scholarship advisor at FSCJ to actively monitor student achievements, and provide additional support and guidance to increase retention rates. “Having a case worker on campus to work with our scholars has proven to improve the rates of admissions and retention,” said Shielah Overholser, managing director of the Scheidel Foundation. “I believe this resource has revived enthusiasm for the program among the Jacksonville community’s agencies.”

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We Invite You to Invest in Our Students’ Futures

Anastasia Robinson

Destiny Bronson

Jessa Jordan

FSCJ recent graduate, aviation operations degree

FSCJ student, currently earning an associate degree

FSCJ student, currently earning an associate degree

“Receiving this scholarship allowed me to focus on making good grades and studying rather than having to worry about the stresses of life. To the Scheidel family, I say thank you very much.”

“Every day I wake up happy to know that I can go to school and everything is taken care of. I’m very happy the Scheidel family was so generous to give me, and other people, the opportunity to go to college.”

“Without the Scheidel scholarship I wouldn’t be able to fulfill my dream. I want to be able to further my education. It means everything.”

Your generous gift will support our scholarships and programs that directly impact students’ lives. To learn more about the many ways you can give to the Foundation, please contact Maggie Hightower, Interim Executive Director, at (904) 357-8896. Florida State College Foundation is an IRS Approved 501 (c)(3).


Highlights

2012-2013

Annual Donor Recognition Reception

HOPE Reception

November 7, 2012

This year’s two HOPE (Helping Others Pursue Education) receptions introduced scholarship recipients to donors so they could learn more about each other. The inaugural HOPE Reception recognized Linda and David Stein, donors of the Stein Scholarship, as well as recipients.

Major donors, event sponsors and Foundation board members enjoyed meeting scholarship recipients during the annual reception held at Mussallem Galleries.

December 6, 2012

3RD Annual Alumni Game Day Experience

Holiday Card Design Contest

December 9, 2012

December 2012

FSCJ alumni, supporters and friends enjoyed food, fun and Jacksonville Jaguars football at the 3rd Annual Alumni Game Day Experience.

FSCJ student Noah Berman won the Foundation’s annual holiday card design contest. His artwork appeared on the Foundation’s holiday card that was mailed to supporters, and he also received a $500 scholarship award.


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The Florida College System released its report “The Economic Contributions of the Florida State College System.” Remarkably, FSCJ’s total activities and those of its former students in Duval and Nassau counties, produces a $1.6 billion economic impact. STM ENT Stakeho lder

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March 15, 2013

Florida State College at Jacksonville Golf Classic April 29, 2013 The annual Golf Classic at Deerwood Country Club drew 116 players who generously supported FSCJ’s BlueWave student athlete scholarships, raising more than $36,000.

Take Stock in Children Senior Recognition Night April 29, 2013 Dr. Nikolai P. Vitti, superintendent of Duval County Public Schools, was keynote speaker for the annual Take Stock in Children Senior Recognition Night, where 115 graduating high school seniors were congratulated for their successes.

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Financials FOR

FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2012 – JUNE 30, 2013

Scholarships Awarded by Florida State College Foundation

Statement of Activities SUPPORT AND REVENUE 2013 2012 Contributions ............................................................................$1,085,533 ........ $1,492,493 In-Kind Support from Florida State College at Jacksonville ............... $1,020,169 ........$1,720,242 In-Kind Support from Third Parties ...................................................$28,917 ........... $134,468 Grants......................................................................................... $90,269 ............ $59,224 Performing Arts Productions ........................................................ $4,414,298 ........$9,596,852 Conferences and Other Activities ................................................... $198,852 .......... $171,272 Contributions to Permanent Endowment......................................... $198,573 .......... $548,964 Interest and Dividends ................................................................. $533,740 .......... $531,655 Net unrealized and realized gains (losses) on Investments ..............$3,646,751........($942,255) Total Support and Revenue ..........................................................$11,217,102....... $13,312,915 EXPENSES 2013 2012 Operating Expenses Program Services: Scholarships .......................................... $1,471,630 ........ $1,283,184 Education Programs ................................... $615,098 .......... $697,775 Performing Arts Productions .......................$4,885,728........$9,384,543 Total Program Expenses ..............................................................$6,972,456 .......$11,365,502 Supporting Services: Salaries and Benefits ................................. $614,584 .......... $627,294 Management and General ............................$261,466 .......... $463,103 Total Supporting Services Expenses ............................................... $876,050 .........$1,090,397 Total Operating Expenses .......................................................... $7,848,506 .......$12,455,899 Change in Net Assets ..................................................................$3,368,596..........$857,016 NET ASSETS, beginning of year ...................................................$38,716,521 ...... $37,859,505 NET ASSETS, end of year............................................................ $42,085,117 ......$38,716,521

Statement of Financial Position

Market Value of Investments

ASSETS 2013 2012 Cash and Cash Equivalents ..........................................................$4,064,795........$5,462,730 Accounts Receivable...........................................................................$0 ................ $70,942 Prepaid Expenses ......................................................................... $56,521 .................$0 Investments..............................................................................$38,020,694 ......$33,255,722 Cash Surrender Value of Life Insurance............................................. $8,355 ............. $12,667 Total Assets .............................................................................. $42,150,365 ......$38,802,061 LIABILITES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Due to Florida State College at Jacksonville ..................................... $65,248 ............ $85,540 Total Liabilities ............................................................................. $65,248 ............ $85,540 NET ASSETS Unrestricted ............................................................................... $1,223,975 ........$2,226,308 Restricted: Restricted by Donors – expendable ....................... $7,514,192 ........ $7,443,479 Permanent Endowments – nonexpendable ...........$33,346,950......$29,046,734 Total Net Assets ........................................................................ $42,085,117 ......$38,716,521 Total Liabilities and Net Assets .................................................... $42,150,365 ......$38,802,061


FSCJ Scholarships and Specialized Funds June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Convergys Scholarship ................................................................................. $2,001.99............ $3,100.00 Latha Barnes Adult Studies Endowed Scholarship ..........................................$45,663.56.............. $602.00 English as a Second Language Scholarship .....................................................$8,732.73.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Adult Education

Scholarships – Arts June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Art L. Ruppel Courage Endowed Scholarship ................................................. $35,509.70............ $1,650.00 Lyle Rhines Technical Theatre Scholarship ....................................................... $4,071.21............$2,000.00 Patricia Cardinal Memorial Scholarship ...........................................................$3,993.32...............$750.00 Virginia E. Christakos Memorial Endowed Scholarship ....................................$54,640.99.................. $0.00 Wilson Center Education in Arts Scholarship...................................................$29,498.72.............. $500.00 Scholarships – Athletics June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Coach Roey Baseball Endowed Scholarship ................................................... $83,589.46.............$1,574.01 Ralph Daniel Endowed Scholarship ...............................................................$57,771.48............... $237.70 BlueWave Scholarship ............................................................................... $42,935.80.......... $42,455.26 Scholarships – Aviation June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Aaron Michael Lepianka Scholarship .................................................................... $0.00............$4,500.00 Air Force Association “Student Promise” Scholarship ........................................$2,750.00............$2,000.00 Aviation Program Scholarship ........................................................................$1,171.53.................. $0.00 Richard J. Phillips Aviation Endowed Scholarship...........................................$239,945.61.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Business June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Ernest H. Pitman Memorial Endowed Scholarship .......................................... $68,420.89............$3,000.00 Financial Planning Association of Northeast Florida Scholarship .........................$3,436.52.................. $0.00 LuAnn and Doran Weinstein Memorial Endowed Scholarship .........................$605,294.34..........$23,725.00 Sea Star Endowed Scholarship.....................................................................$39,857.26............ $1,859.00 Stein Mart Endowed Scholarship ..................................................................$51,759.86............$2,400.00 Steve and Olivia Bowers Endowed Scholarship .............................................. $64,026.69............$2,940.00 Scholarships – Culinary Arts June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Claude Collins Hospitality Scholarship ............................................................$1,500.00............$2,000.00 Restaurant Association Scholarship ................................................................ $2,128.03............ $1,900.00 San Martin Family Scholarship ........................................................................$867.20.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Dental June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Dental Scholarship .................................................................................... $26,634.05 Gay King Dental Hygiene Scholarship ...............................................................................$1,500.00 Swann D. Knowles Dental Hygiene Scholarship ..................................................................$1,500.00 Fetner-Hartigan Dental Hygiene Scholarship ................................................. $30,970.70............ $4,989.75 Klein Dental Scholarship .............................................................................. $2,274.99.............. $500.00

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Summer Memorial Scholarship ......................................................................$9,495.24...............$750.00 Scholarships – Environment June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Environmental Sciences Scholarship............................................................... $4,750.01............$1,000.00 Green Industries Scholarship.........................................................................$3,232.46............$1,000.00 Thomas B. Crowley, Sr. Scholarship ...............................................................$5,000.00............$2,250.00 Scholarships – First Generation in College June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Bank of America Dream Makers Scholarship ...................................................$3,793.04............$4,500.00 “First Generation in College” Scholarship ..................................................... $45,992.24.......... $61,936.00 Florida Blue Endowed Scholarship ................................................................$28,949.46.................. $0.00 Helios Education Foundation First Generation Scholars Program ...............................$2.35..........$56,903.00 Lazzara Family Endowed Scholarship.......................................................... $195,180.17............$8,324.00 Rayonier Endowed Scholarship ....................................................................$47,861.28............$2,200.00 Scholarships – General June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Alfred I. DuPont Endowed Scholarship.........................................................$253,987.42.......... $10,853.00 Arlington Lions Club Scholarship..................................................................$12,000.00..........$7,0000.00 Artist Series Endowed Scholarship ......................................................... $10,706,318.96.................. $0.00 AT&T Endowed Scholarship ........................................................................ $35,045.93............ $1,634.00 ATC Geis Marine Scholarship....................................................................... $62,075.02............$2,800.00 Bank of America Endowed Scholarship....................................................... $298,016.36...........$14,160.00 Barnes/Zell Endowed Scholarship ............................................................. $375,879.26........... $11,144.66 Cameron Corbitt Scholarship ...................................................................... $11,206.83............$1,000.00 Captain Robert C. Sorensen Endowed Scholarship.......................................... $45,067.77............$2,000.00 Cascone Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship...........................................$42,847.42............$2,000.00 Charles Clarkson Family Endowed Scholarship .............................................. $94,389.82............$4,500.00 Civic Round Table Student/Member Scholarship .................................................$123.27............$1,500.00 Compass Bank Endowed Scholarship ...........................................................$70,848.50............$3,300.00 Community First Credit Union Endowed Scholarship ........................................$44,769.08.................. $0.00 CSX Endowed Scholarship .........................................................................$146,067.44............$6,800.00 Demetree Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship ...................................... $163,187.06............ $7,770.00 Dr. H. Marshall Taylor Memorial Endowed Scholarship...................................$115,630.48............$5,390.00 Dustin E. Kish Memorial Scholarship ..............................................................$2,000.00............$1,000.00 Edgar and Helen Wallace Endowed Scholarship .............................................$48,034.43............$2,270.00 Emily B. Smith and V. Hawley Smith, Jr. Endowed Scholarship .......................$241,532.33.......... $11,250.00 Ethics in Business Scholarship. .........................................................................$362.39............$2,700.00 FAC /Vivian Dellinger Endowed Scholarship ................................................. $32,713.67............$1,500.00 Florida State College Employee Endowed Scholarship .................................. $418,842.72..........$16,500.00 FSCJ Super Fund ................................................................................. $2,302,013.00..........$32,500.00 Gandhi Memorial Society Endowed Scholarship............................................. $27,286.82............$1,300.00

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General Endowed Scholarship ....................................................................$521,282.24...........$20,421.72 General Quasi-Endowed Scholarship ........................................................$2,462,640.19.................. $0.00 General Scholarship Fund........................................................................... $30,104.82.................. $0.00 George Strate, Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship ........................................ $86,907.87............$3,996.00 Gideon T. Burdett Memorial Scholarship ....................................................... $25,758.64.................. $0.00 H.D. Bo Cotton Memorial Endowed Scholarship ............................................. $43,797.97............$2,050.00 Haskell Endowed Scholarship ..................................................................... $67,573.86............$3,228.00 Henri and Linda Landwirth Scholarship .............................................................$750.00.............. $400.00 Irene B. Kirbo Scholarship .......................................................................... $73,335.10............$9,500.00 JM Family Endowed Scholarship ................................................................. $44,739.84............$2,086.00 Jacksonville Journey/Commitment Scholarship ............................................$164,689.32.......... $74,923.86 Landmar Group Endowed Scholarship ...........................................................$43,341.14............$2,065.00 Merrill Lynch Endowed Scholarship .............................................................. $50,870.48............$2,400.00 Morgan Stanley Endowed Scholarship.........................................................$212,069.98............$9,540.00 Otis-Smith Kids Foundation Scholarship......................................................... $98,197.47............ $1,250.00 PTK Henry Moreland Endowed Scholarship ................................................... $29,680.00............$1,000.00 Roland Flowers Endowed Scholarship .......................................................... $27,706.08.................. $0.00 Schultz Foundation Endowed Scholarship ......................................................$52,122.95.................. $0.00 St. Joe Company Endowed Scholarship ........................................................ $48,925.45............$2,340.00 SunTrust Endowed Scholarship .................................................................... $35,773.78.................. $0.00 The Bridge of Northeast Florida Scholarship ............................................................... $0...............$750.00 Trustee’s Opportunity Endowed Scholarship .................................................$149,215.29............$6,450.00 Zimmerman Family Foundation & Far East Brokers Endowed Scholarship.......... $64,426.69............$3,000.00 June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Baptist Medical Beaches Auxiliary Scholarship................................................. $4,070.93............ $2,100.00 Baptist Medical Center Nassau Auxiliary Scholarship ........................................ $2,657.28............$2,000.00 Dr. Isabella K. Sharpe Respiratory Care Endowed Scholarship ..........................$32,993.22............$1,000.00 Medical Lab/Histologic Technology Endowed Scholarship ............................... $44,303.13............$1,500.00 Memorial Hospital Jacksonville Auxiliary, Inc. Endowed Scholarship ................. $82,067.26............$2,700.00 VITAS Innovative Hospice Care Endowed Scholarship...................................... $43,697.30.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Health

Scholarships – High School June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Clay County Golf Classic, Inc. Scholarship ....................................................... $1,100.00.................. $0.00 James Pate / Duval Food Endowed Scholarship ............................................$28,386.00.................. $0.00 Northside Business Leaders Club Scholarship .................................................... $500.00............$1,000.00 Northwest Area Council (NWAC) Scholarship .....................................................$250.00............$1,500.00 Outreach of America ................................................................................. $18,575.83............$2,000.00 Robert Dixon Memorial Endowed Scholarship.................................................$47,728.18............$2,000.00 West Council JRCC Scholarship ...................................................................... $1,625.00............$1,500.00 Westside Business Leaders’ Association Scholarship............................................... $0.00............ $1,850.00 Scholarships – Kent Campus June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Emily B. Paulk Scholarship ..........................................................................$37,809.07.......... $14,000.00

Fred Kent Memorial Endowed Scholarship .................................................... $48,472.75.............. $500.00 Kent Campus Endowed Scholarship ............................................................. $38,426.34.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Music June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Berg-First Coast Community Music School Endowed Scholarship .......................$94,357.23.................. $0.00 First Coast Community Music School Scholarship............................................$41,122.41.......... $21,509.00 Winston-First Coast Community Music School Endowed Scholarship ..................$91,453.34.................. $0.00 Scholarships – Minority & Gender Related June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards 100 Black Men of Jacksonville Scholarship.........................................................$747.24.................. $0.00 Anne E. Randolph Scholarship............................................................................. $0.00............$5,000.00 Dr. Brenda Robinson Simmons African-American Endowed Scholarship ............. $182,171.82............$2,850.00 Bryon Craig Sessions Memorial Endowed Scholarship......................................$27,764.27............ $1,260.00 Charmettes Scholarship ......................................................................................$9.29...............$930.00 Eartha M.M. White Endowed Scholarship ......................................................$47,509.52............$2,250.00 Elizabeth Edgar Hall Endowed Scholarship .................................................... $89,836.32............$4,500.00 Fern Smith Memorial/NOW Endowed Scholarship ......................................... $55,923.86............$2,600.00 Gamma Rho Omega Scholarship ...................................................................... $837.42.............. $830.00 Haven Hospice Non-Minority Scholarship ........................................................$3,750.00.................. $0.00 Hettie Mills Scholarship ..............................................................................$14,977.65............$2,500.00 Rosanne Hartwell Endowed Scholarship ......................................................$292,454.41.............$3,519.12 Touch Tomorrow Endowed Scholarship ......................................................... $63,944.87............$1,500.00 Scholarships – Nassau June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Adele and Herbert Fishler Memorial Endowed Scholarship............................... $56,699.46............$2,600.00 Betty P. Cook Endowed Scholarship ............................................................$169,755.88............ $7,200.00 Betty P. Cook Nassau County Scholarship.......................................................... $418.49............$3,930.00 Cliff Ray Scholarship ................................................................................... $4,495.47............$1,000.00 David F. Miller Freedom Endowed Scholarship .............................................. $115,029.96............$3,500.00 Gayle and Bill Gower Endowed Scholarship....................................................$49,100.66............$2,280.00 James S. Page Governmental Scholarship .................................................... $10,850.00.............. $300.00 Joy to the Children Scholarship ..................................................................... $1,303.71............$3,750.00 Kristi Wilder “Are You My Friend” Special Needs Fund Scholarship .....................$5,204.40.............$1,285.10 Robert and Winette Odom Endowed Scholarship ......................................... $292,458.97............ $1,590.00

June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Barbara Anne Thomas, V215 Nursing Endowed Scholarship ............................$32,720.56............ $1,550.00 Barnes Family Endowed Scholarship for Nursing Students................................$78,367.17............$2,700.00 Florida Blue Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship................................................. $0.00..........$46,836.00 Florida Blue Nursing Endowed Scholarship .................................................. $104,423.56............$3,600.00 Douglas Van Noppen Memorial Endowed Scholarship..................................... $59,239.29............ $2,100.00 Dr. Lois Gibson Book Scholarship ................................................................ $12,009.78............$1,000.00

Scholarships – Nursing


Dr. Reginald Touchton Memorial Nursing Scholarship.......................................$25,699.16............$1,500.00 Frederica Sweeney Drewa Nursing Endowed Scholarship ................................ $70,150.08............$3,300.00 Martha McCann Nursing Endowed Scholarship .............................................. $26,304.16............ $1,250.00 Melissa McMahan Nursing Scholarship............................................................$5,120.97............$2,000.00 Nursing Endowed Scholarship/Practical Nursing Scholarship ......................... $148,829.50............ $2,015.00 St. Vincent’s Medical Center Endowed Nursing Scholarship...................................... $0.00............$4,750.00 Suzi M. Roey Nursing Endowed Scholarship...................................................$73,116.04............$2,000.00 United Community Outreach Ministry Nursing Scholarship (UCOM) .................... $3,894.11............$2,000.00 June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Jennifer Johnson-Duke Single Parent Women’s Endowed Scholarship................ $49,845.20............$2,380.00 President’s Single Parent Endowed Scholarship ............................................. $40,576.88............$1,500.00

Scholarships – Parents

June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Baptist Hospital/C. Lipscomb Chair ............................................................ $190,411.31.................. $0.00 Barnett Bank/R. Kennedy Chair ................................................................ $177,214.72.................. $0.00 Methodist/Marcus Drewa Chair ..................................................................$141,417.34.................. $0.00 Mike and Marilyn Mass Faculty Chair .........................................................$105,839.94............$4,900.00 Southern Bell/N. Wilson Chair...................................................................$181,448.46.................. $0.00 St. Vincent/Mary Hughes Chair.................................................................. $186,361.15.................. $0.00 Margaret R. Zell Endowed Chair for Excellence in Nursing Education ...............$326,640.67.................. $0.00

Endowed Chairs

June 30, 2013 Balance FY2013 Awards Alliance for Lost Boys .....................................................................................$235.43.............$1,931.61 Atkins Foundation Scholarship ......................................................................$6,000.00............$3,000.00 Campus Voice Endowed Scholarship .............................................................$40,694.17............ $1,940.00 Campus Voice “Staff” Scholarship.................................................................$4,500.00.................. $0.00 Center Academy of Jacksonville Scholarship...................................................$10,761.00............$1,000.00 Civitan Club Endowed Scholarship ................................................................$27,484.49.............. $600.00 Clarence Richardson Marketing/Communication Scholarship ............................. $6,454.80.............. $600.00 Cosmetology Scholarship .................................................................................$131.45.................. $0.00 Dan Lestage Military Transition Support Scholarship .............................................. $0.00............$2,025.00 Deerwood Student Emergency Scholarship Fund .............................................$4,750.00.................. $0.00 Displaced Homemakers Endowed Scholarship ...............................................$43,550.78............ $2,015.00 Divine Divas Scholarship ...................................................................................$25.69.............$2,919.00 Dr. Stephen R. Wise Degree Completion Endowed Scholarship ........................ $67,832.89.................. $0.00 Downtown Campus Scholarship .................................................................... $8,214.80.................. $0.00 Estelle W. McKissick Academic Excellence Endowed Scholarship ......................$130,261.34.................. $0.00 Floral Design and Marketing Scholarship ........................................................... $708.14............$2,250.00 Florida Construction Institute Scholarship ............................................................. $3.39............$4,000.00 Florida Rock Industries Endowed Scholarship ................................................$42,803.50............ $1,990.00 Fred and Wilma Petersen Endowed Scholarship..............................................$29,531.10............$1,000.00 Future Automotive Technicians Scholarship ....................................................$18,424.24............ $13,000.0

Scholarships – Specialized

Harriet H. Barrett Scholarship ....................................................................... $2,120.71...............$550.00 Herbert and Miyuki Scheidel Endowed Scholarship .....................................$1,969,146.10.......... $77,800.00 J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Endowed Scholarship ..............................$185,849.84............$8,600.00 Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation Scholarship.................................................$20,000.00.................. $0.00 James T. Stephens Memorial Scholarship ............................................................. $0.00...............$875.00 Jimmy Patrick Memorial Scholarship.................................................................... $0.00............$1,200.00 John Edward Allen Memorial Endowed Scholarship ........................................ $42,819.56.............$1,997.00 Klif Kramer Firefighter Memorial Scholarship..................................................$16,021.87............$2,000.00 Lisa Brookins Memorial Scholarship...............................................................$5,953.04............ $1,100.00 Major General Douglas Burnett Military Scholarship .........................................$2,500.00.............. $500.00 North Campus Scholarship ..........................................................................$12,709.51............ $2,461.00 Officer’s Club Fire and Rescue Scholarship .......................................................$1,190.25............$3,000.00 Open Campus Scholarship .............................................................................$8,473.10.................. $0.00 Prosperity Endowed Scholarship................................................................... $52,747.47.................. $0.00 Ride for Pride Wounded Warrior Project Scholarship ........................................$8,620.00............$2,000.00 Safe Harbor Boys & Maritime Academy at Jacksonville Scholarship ................$12,500.00.................. $0.00 Sam Jackson Forensics Scholarship ..............................................................$13,385.17.................. $0.00 Sign Language Scholarship ...........................................................................$7,533.10............$1,000.00 South Campus Scholarship ..........................................................................$19,806.78............ $5,757.27 Stein Scholars in Mathematics, Science and Engineering Scholarship.................$49,751.43.......... $68,150.00 THE PLAYERS Championship Volunteers Scholarship ................................... $1,038,719.98..........$44,600.00 Thomas R. McGehee, Jr. Family Endowed Scholarship ...................................$101,660.85............$4,500.00 VITAS/TRIO Scholarship ............................................................................$42,800.00..........$20,535.00 Wal-Mart Military Education Initiative Scholarship..........................................$25,000.00.................. $0.00 Walter McRae Endowed Scholarship .......................................................... $210,680.04............ $4,669.05 Wells Fargo Endowed Scholarship ............................................................... $28,069.92.............. $636.00 Women’s Center Emergency Scholarship ........................................................$9,000.00............$1,000.00 June 30, 2013 Balance Allied Health Endowment .......................................................................$2,228,688.12 Artist Series Program ............................................................................$2,351,065.96 Artist Series Agency Fund ........................................................................ $709,062.28 Beaver Street Foundation/Food Industry Program .................................... $1,000,000.00 Dental Program Fund ................................................................................ $72,205.81 Independent Living for Adult Blind ..............................................................$242,924.50 Mary & Jim Winston Academic Health Center ........................................... $1,279,100.00 Nursing Annuity...................................................................................... $604,319.27 Take Stock In Children – Duval ................................................................. $292,502.17 Take Stock In Children – Nassau................................................................. $77,956.83 Wilson Center Endowment .........................................................................$191,617.60

Specialized Funds (Program and Facility)

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Board of Directors

Staff

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