We have a few events lined up for next week for student activities. Be sure to check them out!
Brunswick County, Virginia native Melissa Jones graduated from Brunswick Senior High School before attending Southside Virginia Community College. Within a few years of high school, she earned certificates in phlebotomy and practical nursing. SVCC's close proximity to her home and work allowed Melissa to return to the College several years later to complete her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing.
While Randolph-Henry High School student from Wylliesburg, Virginia, Megan Devin attended the Governor’s School of Southside Virginia at Southside Virginia Community College. After earning her Associate of Arts and Sciences degree from SVCC the same year she graduated high school, Megan transferred to Longwood University.
Fifty years ago, a ground-breaking event was held to begin construction of Southside Virginia Community College; a monumental moment in improving educational opportunities to area residents.
A new partnership between DRS Imaging Services, LLC (“DRS”) and Southside Virginia Community College (“SVCC”) has the potential to increase the skillset of Clarksville, Virginia residents, while also creating jobs in the local community.
The Christanna Campus College For A Day - Open House will take place on Friday, November 1st from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
A Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Cheryl Feinman Vassar grew up in Keysville, Virginia. In addition to its convenient location, Cheryl chose Southside Virginia Community College for its intimate class sizes which allowed easy access to professors, when compared to large, four-year schools.
A Jarratt, Virginia native, Courtney Britt was a Governor's School student at Southside Virginia Community College while in Greensville County High School. This allowed her to earn an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from SVCC the same year she graduated from high school.
Join us for Panther Prep Advising Day taking place Oct. 17th 10am - 3pm. Meet your advisor, register for spring courses, and so much more!
Exciting new career opportunities for solar workers are opening in the Southside Virginia area!
A Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Alivia Dunn grew up in Keysville, Virginia. In her journey to prepare for a four-year university, she attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in Administration of Justice as well as a Career Studies Certificate in Agribusiness.
For the tenth time, Southside Virginia Community College has received the distinction of being a Great College to Work For having been named again for 2019. This honor puts SVCC in elite company.
Leah Turner grew up in Alberta, Virginia and graduated from Brunswick High School. She completed a certificate in practical nursing from Southside Virginia Community College and later returned to the College to earn her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing.
SVCC will be hosting a informational session for the Utility Solar Panel Installation Technician Program on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, at 3pm - 4pm located at the Occupational/Technical Center in Blackstone.
We visit with Ingrid Newman Fogg, Housekeeper at Southside Virginia Community College.
Daniel Campus students don't miss your chance to have FREE pizza with the President and socialize. Please note date change to Sept. 17th.
The following courses will be starting soon on both Christanna and Daniel Campus.
From Chase City, Virginia, Louise Puryear is a Mecklenburg Academy graduate. After high school graduation, she chose Southside Virginia Community College as an affordable option to explore where her interests lay. Louise ultimately earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in secretarial science from SVCC.
The book chosen for the 2019 Common Reader Program is Life Lessons of a Throwaway Kid by Cordell Farley. Please ask the librarian for your FREE book today!