A Message From the EFSC Foundation
Dear Titan students, donors, alumni and friends,
The EFSC Foundation hopes that you and your family are well. We are in a season of uncharted territory with the recent COVID-19 pandemic. We had a strong economy, low unemployment and booming industry; one thing is for certain — uncertainty.
With the unexpected loss of jobs and closing of businesses, the state college system will be needed and valued more than ever. We are the first responders in higher education and will be an immediate refuge for so many during any recessionary period.
We're proud and impressed with the resiliency and adaptability of our community working together to keep businesses alive and reaching out to those who are in need. The college worked tirelessly, and online classes resumed Spring Term with an extraordinary 22,000 students “online” – up from the previous record in early March of 8,000.
Through your contributions of time, talent and treasure, the Foundation remains fully engaged and is prepared to provide assistance to our students.
Students, we are moving forward with our Foundation scholarships for Fall Term 2020. There will be no interruption in the scholarship award process. Thanks to all who have applied. We have scholarship dollars to share. The EFSC Foundation is here to help you receive an excellent education.
The online Titan Scholarships system closed on May 18, 2020 and students will be hearing soon about a variety of EFSC Foundation supported scholarships. Students can also research external scholarships and apply for need-based financial aid.
If you need assistance, please email email@example.com. Rest assured, the EFSC Foundation is doing our part to help. In parallel, visit EFSC's COVID-19 Updates page and follow the latest information on the College's phased reopening plan.
Stay calm, safe and well. We will get through this together.
Your Impact: A student's story
EFSC Nursing Student
"Your generosity has inspired me to help others and give back to the community. I hope one day I will be able to help students achieve their goals just as you have helped me."