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“All of TCL’s supporters share high values, bold generosity and the personal satisfaction of know that you are making an invaluable investment in both the human potential of the Lowcountry and its economic growth.”


Hilton Head Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Check Presentation

Hilton Head Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Check Presentation

Hilton Head Hospital Auxiliary presents scholarship funds to TCL

Ensuring student access and opportunity is a TCL priority, a priority shared with the Hilton Head Hospital Auxiliary. For the 20th consecutive year, the Auxiliary gave TCL a generous donation in support of scholarships for students enrolled in TCL’s Health Sciences School.

This June the Auxiliary presented a $15,000 check to the TCL Foundation. Pictured from left to right are Stephanie Lawson, TCL Nursing Program Director, Lindsay Richardson, TCL nursing student; Dana Aiken, TCL nursing student; Jennifer Slusne, TCL nursing student; Marty Eidemiller, Auxiliary Vice President; Susan Silver, Auxiliary Scholarship Chairman. Back row from the right are Lew Wessel, Chairman of the Annual Auxiliary Golf Tournament; Jessica Bridges, TCL Associate Director for Institutional Advancement; Dr. Vicky Leitz, TCL Foundation Chairman; Glenn Levicki, TCL Health Sciences Division Dean; Mary Lee Carns, TCL Executive Director for Institutional Advancement.

The Auxiliary is an important partner to TCL and an exemplary student advocate. Over the past twenty years the Auxiliary has given $500,000 in nursing scholarships. Because of the Auxiliary and many others, this spring term sixty TCL students received scholarship support.


For more information about these and other scholarships, please call Mary Lee Carns at 843.470.5962.


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The Technical College of the Lowcountry is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all qualified applicants for admissions or employment without regard to race, gender, national origin, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability, or political affiliation or belief.