Troy Wolff Memorial Humanities Scholarship and Campus Memorial Fund
This scholarship established in Troy’s memory will provide aid to students who focus on the humanities in their studies at Shoreline Community College.
Troy Wolff was a beloved and respected co-worker and English faculty at Shoreline Community College for 17 years. In addition to teaching composition and literature,Troy also taught in the college’s study abroad program, taking students to Costa Rica, Spain, Greece and Turkey.Troy was also a published author, having completed two volumes of Seattle and King County: Gateway to the Pacific Northwest. He was chair of the English Department at the time of his tragic death.
Troy was a wonderful, warm human being who was committed to his students. He was adored and well respected by all who knew him.
Contributions to the Memorial Scholarship Fund
If you wish to contribute to Troy's memorial scholarship fund, please visit the Giving page and specify this scholarship when prompted to indicate "Gift designated to:". Contributions may also be sent in the form of a check by mail:
Shoreline Community College Foundation
16101 Greenwood Avenue N
Shoreline, WA 98133-5696
Contributions to the Campus Memorial Fund
The installation of a permanent memorial is being planned on campus in memory of Troy Wolff. The hope is that donations will fund a bench dedicated in Troy’s memory that will be ready for installation in early summer 2014 in the courtyard between the PUB and FOSS buildings.
The SCC Foundation invites you to join in this unique opportunity to contribute toward completion of this memorial. Donations can be sent to the SCC Foundation – room 1005 or made online. If you wish to contribute, please confirm your gift is for the Troy Wolff Campus Memorial. Donations received beyond the cost of the memorial bench will be directed to the Troy Wolff Humanities Memorial Scholarship fund for students.
Please contact Lynn Yaw in the Foundation, with any questions related to donating to the memorial. Lynn can be reached by phone at (206) 533-6783 or by email. If you have questions about the bench, please contact Gary Parks by phone (206) 546-4785 or by email.