Jamie, scholarship recipient, is 25 years old and an avid supporter of the arts and music. As a creative person, he spends most of his days creating music and sharing it with the rest of the world. He is pursuing a career in music and hopes to “take it to far places and bring up the people I care about with me.”
Jamie, a 2020 recipient of Rockley Family Foundation scholarship at Arapahoe Community College says “Thank you so much for believing in me and allowing me to grow as a student and reach new heights. Being able to afford housing, classes, books and everything else wouldn’t have been possible without you. Thank you for everything.”
By alleviating financial burdens to education, the Rockley Family Foundation is helping students persist in their students and pursue a successful career.
About Arapahoe Community College
Arapahoe Community College, founded in 1965 as Arapahoe Junior College, was the first two-year college in the greater Denver metro area. The college grew out of a grassroots effort by Littleton residents who wanted to provide post-high school education in the area. In addition to the campus in Littleton, ACC has campuses in Parker and Castle Rock. In May 2018, ACC broke ground on the Sturm Collaboration Campus at Castle Rock, a project between ACC, Colorado State University, and Douglas County School District.