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The Campaign for Opportunity

The PCC Foundation’s first campaign, The Campaign for Opportunity, aims to raise $30 million to support students on their path to prosperity by providing resources that increase access and success.

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Why it’s time to Think PCC First

The Campaign for Opportunity is a movement for giving Oregonians a better chance at success. The PCC Foundation seeks to raise $30 million. With these funds, we will help close the gap for people who are being left behind and open the door to a more equitable future – for individuals and families, and for Oregon.

Percent of funds raised for the campaign pie chartWe’ve raised more than 80% of our $30 million goal!

Our priorities

As the most relied upon institution in Oregon for providing pathways to opportunity for people in all stages of life, PCC is uniquely positioned to have a lasting impact on our local community.

But for too many Oregonians, a PCC degree is still out of reach.

The Campaign for Opportunity will provide funds for scholarships, mentoring, workforce development and urgent student need.

Why it’s time to think PCC first

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4,000+

PCC students transfer to a four-year university each year

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70,000+

individual learners served by PCC each year

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190

different academic programs

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$5,000

approximate annual PCC tuition (1/2 the cost of a four-year university and 1/10 the cost of a private college)

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