A Drakes Branch, Virginia native and Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Yvonne Dix didn't attend college straight out of high school but wanted her children to know that you can do anything when you set your mind to it. She taught them this by example when she enrolled at Southside Virginia Community College as a single parent with a full-time job.
Stephen Franklin has accomplished much in his life and graduation speaker will be added to his resume on May 11, 2019 as he delivers the graduate address at Southside Virginia Community College in Keysville at 9:30 a.m.
The Virginia Community College System and Chancellor Glenn DuBois has presented Microsoft represented by Anthony Putorek, Senior Lead Workforce Development Program Manager, of Boydton, Virginia, with the 14th Annual Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy. Microsoft was nominated for the award by Southside Virginia Community College.
A Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Dawn Flippin earned an Associate of Applied Science in Electronics from Southside Virginia Community College.
Maria Perry grew up in Lawrenceville, VA and enrolled at Southside Virginia Community College after graduating from Brunswick Senior High School.
A Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Jessica Francis Pillow earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in Education from Southside Virginia Community College.
Dr. Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, announced today that Dr. Quentin R. Johnson, currently of Mooresville, North Carolina, will become the next president of SVCC. He will assume the role at the beginning of July. Johnson’s selection marks the end of national search that attracted 81 applicants.
SVCC Chorus with Special Performer: Harpist, Winifred Garrett of Durham, NC. Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 3 p.m at the South Hill Presbyterian Church in South Hill.
Earlier generations considered high school completion the key to success. Many viewed postsecondary education an extravagance because folks with high school diplomas could secure good-paying jobs.
The next SVCC Local Board will meet, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 4 p.m., Christanna Campus, 109 Campus Drive, Alberta, VA 23821; John J. Cavan Workforce Center, Room#108.
Classes begin May 6th to June 13th for the Emporia Virginia site. Classes begin May 13th - June 20th for South Boston site.
A Park View High School graduate, Chelsey Tanner began her college journey through Southside Virginia Community College's dual-enrollment program. Chelsey says this allowed her to prepare for a four-year university and acclimate to college courses.
Make a splash with classes! Summer 2019 courses are vastly approaching, so be on the look out for registration/add/drop deadlines.
Southside Virginia Community College is experiencing an exciting time in the history of the college as we prepare to welcome a new President. Three candidates have been selected for on-campus interviews and presentations.
A Skipwith, VA native, Kelly graduated from Bluestone Senior High School before continuing her educational journey with Southside Virginia Community College. She chose SVCC for its convenient location and the availability of evening and online classes.
Join Us on Saturday, April 6th at 9 a.m. as we package meals in an effort to end world hunger! Each meal cost 0.29 cent, all donations are greatly appreciated.
Join Us on Tuesday, April 16th to meet with your advisor, register for summer and fall classes, and learn about programs and services offered at SVCC.
Join Us on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Southside Virginia Education Center at 1300 Greensville County Circle, Emporia. This event is open to all job seekers so dress to impress, bring resumes, a photo id and copy of your WorkKeys Career Readiness Certificate that will be a pass to get in at 12:45.
RICHMOND – The State Board for Community Colleges has certified three finalists for the position of president at Southside Virginia Community College. The finalists were among 81 applicants from across the nation.
Kristy Rulli chose Southside Virginia Community College because of the vast resources available to students.