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Food Drive Success

Make It Happen, Student Ambassadors and Empowered Women at Southside Virginia Community College, and Saint Paul's Memorial Chapel joined the Alpha Kappa Alpha Gamma Lambda Omega Chapter of Lawrenceville to collect healthy snacks for hungry children through a Childhood Hunger Drive.

Take a Professor to Lunch

In an effort to foster informal, out of classroom interactions, the Office of Student Services is sponsoring this series. Students ask their professor to lunch, receive a voucher from Student Services to pay for the lunch and enjoy lunch with their professor!!

Finding Funds for Your Higher Education

A study titled “Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020” by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce noted, “The U.S. economy is slowly returning to normal—albeit a new normal—characterized by an increase in the natural rate of unemployment, permanent job losses in sectors employing the less-educated, and an ever-increasing demand for better education credentials and upskilling across an array of new fields.” The study also notes trends indicating that by 2020, 65% of all jobs in the national economy will require postsecondary education.

SVCC to Face Top Ranked Team in NJCAA

SVCC sophomore guard Anthony Harris buried three treys in the second half and the Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team won for the sixth time in the last seven games with a 77-75 win over the College of Southern Maryland in LaPlata, Maryland on Saturday afternoon.

SVCC and CSM went to the halftime break tied at 35 but the local team got some big buckets from Chris Jackson, JC Stewart and Harris, who finished with 21 points, down the stretch to seal the win.

SVCC Alumni Spotlight: Joshua Barmoy

Barmoy and baseball are basically synonymous. They go together like peanut butter and jelly, night and day, etc. Josh Barmoy, of the baseball playing Brunswick County Barmoys (mom and dad, Amy and Mike, brothers Jared and Josh), has been involved in the sport most of his life and continues now as a Physical Education and Health teacher, who also assists coaching football and baseball, at Randolph-Henry High School in Charlotte County.

History, Heritage, and Hope

The opening of a new year provides an opportunity for self-assessment and the chance to embrace renewed hope for the months yet to come. At the same time, revealing January’s calendar page begins an annual roll call of holidays that commemorate past events, reminders of our shared history and challenges we’ve already overcome.


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