All through high school, Meredith Feinman of Charlotte Court House, Virginia, was enrolled in college classes at Southside Virginia Community College. She attended Randolph-Henry High School from 2013 to 2017 and during her sophomore year, decided to take The Governor’s School of Southside Virginia
George Sandridge grew up in Keysville, Virginia and graduated from Randolph-Henry High School in 2017. In his junior year of high school, George began attending the Governor's School of Southside Virginia (GSSV) on Southside Virginia Community College's John H. Daniel campus. He chose to attend GSSV for the opportunity to earn a college degree while in high school and because of the positive reviews he had heard about both GSSV and SVCC. George graduated from SVCC with an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies in 2017.
Kelley Barnes LaPrade grew up in Kenbridge and South Hill and graduated from Park View High School. She attended Southside Virginia Community College to take General Studies and Information Technology classes that would transfer to Old Dominion University.
The Student Ambassador program is a selective program of emerging student leaders who embody the spirit of SVCC. Student Ambassadors promote the college through recruitment and outreach, support of on-campus events and initiatives, and represent the student body on college committees.
Devon Clary grew up in Gasburg, Virginia and graduated from Brunswick Academy. She earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College.
Tanya Zimmerman grew up in Emporia, Virginia and earned an Associate of Applied Science from Southside Virginia Community College after completing her GED. For over 18 years Tanya has worked for Toll Integrated Systems, a division of Toll Brothers Inc., a fortune 500 company and one of the Nation's largest luxury home builders.
Catandra Jones grew up in Warren County, North Carolina and graduated from Warren County High School. She earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies/Administration of Justice from Southside Virginia Community College.
Nicole Meek attended Southside Virginia Community College as a Governor's School of Virginia student from Randolph-Henry High School. Upon completion of high school, she also earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College.
A Brunswick County, Virginia native and Brunswick High School graduate, Kimberly Green chose Southside Virginia College because it allowed her the flexibility to stay close to home and family as well as to continue working while pursuing her education.
WISE is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year! Be Inspired, Be Fearless, Be Remarkable, BE WISE.
Two excited graduates from Southside Virginia Community College’s Datacenter Academy just accepted externship offers at Microsoft’s datacenter in Boydton, Virginia. They are prime examples of hard-working SVCC students who have completed the IT program at the Center for Information Technology Excellence (CITE) located in South Hill, Virginia.
Every graduate is unique; however, Amy Sloan and JaReese Arrington truly stood out on May 11, 2019, when mother and son graduated from Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC). From Emporia, Virginia, they attended Greensville County High School where Sloan graduated in 1997 and Arrington graduated in June 2019.
Enjoy meeting new people? Like to volunteer? Want to develop your leadership skills? Become an SVCC Student Ambassador!
Dr. Dixie Watts Dalton, Dean of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Business at Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC) is Virginia Tech’s Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics’ recipient of the Distinguished Alumna in Academia Award.
SVCC's Truck Driver Training graduations in April featured a truly inspiring graduation speaker. Nikki Weaver has two major passions in her life – her eight-year-old son and truck driving.
SVCC is among the 23 colleges to benefit from a recent vote by the State Board for Community Colleges. By a unanimous vote, the Board elected to maintain the current in-state tuition and mandatory fees for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Board’s decision means tuition will remain at today’s rate of $154 per credit hour
Boot Camp begins June 24 - July 25, 2019, sponsored by The Learning Commons and SVCC Foundation. Registration deadline is June 14.
Program from Commencement Ceremony
The Welding Certification Training Program will be held August 5 - December 19, 2019 at the Southside Virginia Education Center in Emporia, VA.