What better way could there be to honor a person, company or organization than to attach the honoree’s name to some aspect of Catawba Valley Community College – a vibrant, growing institution.
Naming opportunities available in our $10 million endowment range as high as $1,000,000, which will name a major building. Other options will visibly display the honoree’s name to the community.
The Foundation welcomes your suggestions for naming opportunities. If you have an interest in naming an academic space, student activity or program, please contact the CVCC Foundation office.
For more information on naming opportunities, contact Teresa Biggs, CVCC Foundation executive director, at (828) 327-7000, ext. 4288, or email@example.com
|Multipurpose Complex Arena||$500,000||Available|
|Multipurpose Area Scoreboard||$50,000||Available|
|Alexander County Center||$1,000,000||Available|
|Classrooms (10)||$30,000 each||Available|
|Academic spaces (40)||$30,000 each||Available|
|Including spaces in the Robert E. Paap Building, Engineering building, Environmental Life Sciences Building and other structures across the campus|
|Job Skills Center||$100,000||Available|
|Adult Basic Education labs (3)||$50,000 each||Available|
|Computer labs (2)||$50,000 each||Available|
|Classrooms (15)||$30,000 each||Available|
|Cuyler A. Dunbar Building||Named|
|Simulated-hospital teaching lab||$500.000||Available|
|Lecture halls (3)||$50,000 each||Available|
|Private library study rooms (3)||$15,000 each||Available|
|Information Highway Room||$75,000||Available|
|Science labs (9)||$50,000 each||Available|
|School of Academics, Education and Fine Arts||$500,000||Available|
|School of Business, Industry and Technology||$500,000||Available|
|School of Health & Public Services||$500,000||Available|
|Innovations Centers (4)||$300,000 each||Available|
|Floors and hallways||$100,000||Available|
|CVCC Trustee/Foundation Board Room||Named|
|Please call to confirm prices. Prices are subject to change.|
No more than 2% of the funds will go toward administrative costs associated with the development of the endowment.
Catawba Valley Community College consistently rates as "Superior" under North Carolina General Assembly standards.
The CVCC Foundation seeks funds to create resources assuring CVCC students of access ad opportunity at the highest levels. To that end, the Foundation board has established five major student-centered priorities that will provide the basis and standard for grants from the endowments: unrestricted scholarships, student support, professional development, academic support, and enhanced college environment.
Many mechanisms exist for attaining an environment. Chief among them is a program that provides a wide range of naming opportunities.