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HACC Foundation

The HACC Foundation's Relationship to HACC

What is the difference between the HACC Foundation and HACC? I am concerned about donating to the HACC Foundation instead of HACC.

The HACC Foundation is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It serves as the charitable arm of the College. HACC is a public institution of higher education.

How has the HACC Foundation invested in the College?

The HACC Foundation provided support totaling more than $2 million to College programs between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015.

From 2010-15, HACC has:

  • Awarded credit scholarships:
    • 2010-11 academic year - $875,858.16 given to 908 students
    • 2011-12 academic year - $771,747.06 given to 1,122 students
    • 2012-13 academic year - $857,074.32 given to 796 students
    • 2013-14 academic year - $1,064,861.08 given to 767 students
    • 2014-15 academic year - $970,120.92 given to 694 students
    • 2015-16 academic year - $942,229.03 given to 938 students
  • Supported collegewide services, programs and lectures
  • Renovated or built HACC facilities:


HACC Facilities Renovated or Built


Lebanon Campus Welcome Center renovated


Lancaster Campus Bookstore renovated
York Campus Leader Building renovated


Sen. John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center (PSC) - North Hall building (internal) renovated
PSC - field training and props (external) renovated


Sen. Jeffrey E. Piccola Law Enforcement Complex built
Ted Lick Administration Building renovated


Blocker Hall Nursing Lab renovated


Lancaster Campus Welcome Center renovated

How much was contributed to the HACC Foundation in calendar year 2015?

Between Jan. 1, 2015 and Dec. 31, 2015, 804 donors contributed $1,998,287 to the HACC Foundation. Donations are used for student scholarships, equipment for academic programs and academic program development.