Eagles Rise

Each year, our donations have been put to work, to continue the growth of our college. We are making a difference in student scholarships, faculty programming, upgrading college facilities, and supporting Eagle Relief. Thank you to everyone who has supported The Campaign for TCC in the past. This year our Ask is the same. Please Get involved with our TCC Family.

Make an Impact


  • $918,144.07 allocated in 2022-2023

  • 12 new scholarships created

  • $320K in NEW scholarship funds raised


  • $20,000 provided to support the I AM WOMAN Conference

  • $5,000 to support the Undergraduate Research Symposium

  • $5,000 to support the Eagles RISE Summer Academy

  • $5,000 to support BMA and S2S Programming

Facility Support:

  • $14,000 was invested to update the Eagle Studio
  • $30,000 was invested to repave the Driving Track at FPSI
  • $15,000 to update the FPSI DT Room

Top Grant Successes:

  • $1.4 million for our Eagles Connection Program.
    • This program serves as a model for the state and being able to provide the necessary funding for this amazing program to continue to grow and thrive is incredibly rewarding.
  • $1.6 million from Florida Job Growth Grant to support our healthcare programs.
    • This provided needed simulation equipment as well as dental equipment for our program.
  • $420,000 from USDA to support our Small Plot Farming program at WEI.
    • This one was incredibly exciting as the first time we submitted the grant we were not successful, the 2nd time USDA lost our grant, and the 3rd time we got it! This program will be incredibly impactful in the rural areas of Wakulla.

A Gift for You

TCC 1% Club Membership
A gift of 1% of your annual salary. Members will receive a TCC 1% Club pin and a commemorative gift. 
TCC Coffee Mug
 A gift of $25 or more
TCC Water Bottle
A gift of $5 per month
8-Hour Leave
A gift of $10 per month
Weekly Drawing Entry
An annual gift of $80 or more
TCC Traveling Trophy
The Division or Department to reach 100% participation first will earn the coveted TCC Traveling Trophy and photo with President Murdaugh