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UNCF Campaign

UNCF is the America's largest minority education organization and plays a critical role in enabling more than 55,000 students to attend historically black colleges and universities across the nation and get the education needed for successful careers.

As one of 37 member institutions, Texas College is committed to supporting the United Negro College Fund. UNCF was founded in 1944 as a fundraising collaborative to support small historically black colleges.  UNCF supports equal access to a college education. In addition to direct financial support, UNCF provides programs for students and their institutions.

Why give to the campaign?

A gift to Texas College - UNCF Campaign will enable the institution to ensure our students experience well-rounded, intellectual, social and spiritual development that will help them to become active productive members of society. Your investment will play an essential role in the College's continued pursuit of academic excellence; instilling integrity; implanting perserverance; promoting social responsibility; emphasizing tolerance; and encouraging community service by its students.

Why give now?

Too many of our youth are academically qualified and have the desire to pursue higher education goals, yet are economically challenged and unable to attend college without financial assistance. Your donation towards the Texas College UNCF Campaign will provide vital scholarship funding to these deserving students. Your gift will help our youth attend college this year and gain the necessary skills and knowlege for success in their chosen professions...benefiting not only Texas College and our students, but the communities in which the students return upon graduation.

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Thank you for investing in Texas College and our higher education mission!

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