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The Foundation works to continuously elevate the TCC experience for students, faculty and staff. Help us provide the support that is necessary for growth and to maintain our standard of excellence.

Alumni & Friends Association

The Tallahassee Community College family includes more than 160,000 worldwide! We invite YOU to make the most of your alumni experience by staying connected in the life of TCC. Our Alumni and Friends Association offers that connection through publications, social media and events. Join the Alumni and Friends Association and connect with us. Connect with us HERE:

Blue & Gold Society

TCC is proud to honor the exceptional work of our local business community that provides critical support and financial resources to our institution. These awards recognize these organizations who have gone above and beyond in demonstrating excellence in student engagement and impact, involvement in alumni activities, volunteer and community service and providing financial resources to support our work of student success. To nominate a community partner or for more information, please click here:

College Innovation Fund

The College Innovation Fund was created in 2007 to provide funding for faculty and staff to create innovative projects four our campus. Projects are wide and varied, each providing opportunity create something new on our campus. Since its inception, this fund has provided over $200,000 for 65 projects. For more information please visit:

Eagle Relief Fund Program

This initiative was developed by two service learning courses in ENC 1102 in response to the needs of our community after Hurricane Michael. The original goal was to provide needed supplies each week to the communities hit so hard by the storm. As the project continued it became clear that there was much more need on our campus for students affected by Poverty. As such, the TCC Foundation Board of Directors built on this initiative to create a Program that would provide dollars to students in need. For more information please visit:

Heroes in Public Safety 

For many in public safety in the Big Bend, the road to their public safety career included study at Tallahassee Community College – the Florida Public Safety Institute (FPSI) and the Ghazvini Center for Health Care Education. The purpose of this Program is to recognize and honor public safety personnel (law enforcement officers, firefighters, fish and wildlife officers, emergency medical technicians/paramedics, juvenile justice officers, corrections officers, and communications personnel) who put their lives on the line and/or who provide direct support for the safety and protection of Florida’s citizens and visitors. For more information please visit:

Holocaust Education Week

Annually, TCC partners with the Holocaust Education Resource Council to present the Holocaust Education Week. The week is curated to include a variety of events that bring attention to, teach about and engage our students, faculty and community about the Holocaust.

Retired Faculty & Staff

The Association of Retired Faculty and Staff connects TCC’s retired faculty and staff who wish to be actively involved may volunteer their services for specific projects on campus.

Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Undergraduate Research Symposium is a showcase for undergraduate students to showcase their original research, scholarship, and creative activities to the TCC community. The symposium provides students an opportunity to share research papers, laboratory experiments, creative performances, visual artwork, films or independent study projects, both completed or in-progress, between each fall and spring semesters. For more information please visit: 

Oyster Aquaculture Program

The TCC Foundation created a micro-loan program to support the first ten students of the Oyster Aquaculture Program at the Wakulla Environmental Institute.  Megan is one of the members of the inaugural class. She is a Wakulla County resident who completed high school but was unsure of what to do professionally.  She was not working and felt she was stuck in a rut until her father learned about the Oyster Aquaculture Program. Megan and her father decided to enroll together.  The support of the Foundation has enabled Megan and her classmates to purchase the oyster seed, cages, poles and line needed to begin their oyster crop as well obtain their submerged land lease. It also provides for training of oyster cultivation and business management including marketing and sales. Upon graduation, the cohort will have a fully operating oyster aquaculture business.  This program is now in its third year, preparing students for a new career and supporting Wakulla County’s local economy.