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 offered for Fall 2019 on 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!
Melissa P. Arthur has been promoted to Coordinator of the Associate Degree Nursing Program for Southside Virginia Community College. Prior to this appointment, she was a full-time faculty member in the program.
Fall is the time to meet the mascots at some of your favorite colleges such as Mike the Tiger of Louisiana State, HokieBird of Virginia Tech, the Trojan of Virginia State, Smokey of the University of Tennessee, and of course, Johnny Paws of Southside Virginia Community College. Paws was born on January 1, 2013, and named by a student who won a contest and in honor of then SVCC President John Cavan.
Brandy Michelle Tharpe, a Drakes Branch, Virginia native, graduated from Fuqua School before attending Southside Virginia Community College. She earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in general studies, as well as certifications in phlebotomy and nurse aide training from SVCC.
Tammy Goldman grew up in Cullen, Virginia and graduated from Randolph-Henry High School. Because of its affordability and convenience, Tammy went on to attend Southside Virginia Community College, where she earned two associate's degrees.
Join us for an Informational Open House about training to become a Certified Nurse Aid. This event will take place Wednesday, Sept. 4th at the Estes Community Center in Chase City from 2pm - 4pm.
The 11th class of Power Line Workers from Southside Virginia Community College graduated on August 15, 2019 from the 11-week program.
Several departments have extended their hours to help with meeting the needs of all our SVCC students. It is not too late to complete the process of becoming an SVCC student!
We are inviting all music lovers and singers to come and sing with the Chorus. The first rehearsal on Sunday, September 8th at 6:00 - 8:00PM at the South Hill Presbyterian Church, 914 N. Mecklenburg Ave, South Hill, VA 23970. Registration fee is $20.00.
Eric Sencindiver is from Vienna, VA and graduated from James Madison High School. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from Bridgewater College and then made his way south to the Raleigh area, working in jobs that involved government contracts.
Southside Virginia Community College is offering several health services programs upcoming. From August 26 to October 17, a Nurse Aide Certification program will be held in Farmville. Beginning August 28 and running through October 4, a Medication Assistant Certification program will be held on the John H. Daniel campus in Keysville
It was a day of camaraderie and collaboration as the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC) hosted a welcome reception for the region’s new community college presidents. Dr. Jacqueline Gill-Powell, Danville Community College (DCC) and Dr. Quentin R. Johnson, Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC) took the helm of their respective institutions on July 1st.
Melanie Scruggs grew up in Chase City, Virginia and graduated from Bluestone High School. After high school, she attended Longwood University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.When Melanie later decided she wanted to pursue a nursing career, she appreciated the smaller class sizes at Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC).
During July of 2019, Associate Professor Brent Richey from Southside Virginia Community College(SVCC) led a group of Mecklenburg County students through a space camp celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
Classes for the Utility Solar Panel Installation Technician Certification Program starting soon. For more information contact Courtney Starke
Jody Lynn Ziegler, a graduate of Keystone Jr.-Sr. High School in Knox, Pennsylvania, relocated to Virginia and attended Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC), where she earned an Associate of Applied Science in nursing. Jody says, "I chose to attend SVCC because I liked the layout of their nursing program, it was close to home, and their Student Services were by far the most informative and friendly while comparing schools."