Brunswick County has been approved for a LOVEworks Sign! We are looking for contestants to submit drawings of our SVCC Mascot "Johnny Paws".
SVCC is one of 75 not-for-profit organizations to receive a grant to host an NEA Big Read project between September 2017 and June 2018.
Please be advised there are some courses that will be starting late in the Spring 2019 semester, both on campus and off campus.
SVCC is offering Nurse Aide Certification Training in South Hill. The class start date has been moved to January 28, 2019 so it is not too late to register.
A Charlotte County native, Dottie graduated from Randolph-Henry High School prior to attending Southside Virginia Community College.
At the end of the last school year, in addition to their high school diplomas, 741 graduating seniors received credentials from Southside Virginia Community College.
Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team rebounded with a 106-95 victory over King Prep at home on Sunday afternoon.
SVCC is hosting an Information Session for an upcoming Massage Therapy Program in Chase City, Estes Center on January 24, 2019.
Terence Song won a lottery and almost three years later, he has graduated from the Southside Virginia Community College Power Line Worker Training Program at Pickett Park in Blackstone, Virginia.
A South Hill, Virginia native, Brittany Lynn Cage chose Southside Virginia Community College because it allowed her the opportunity to obtain her associate’s degree while still in high School.
Coming in January to Southside Virginia Community College. Truck Driving Training will be offered at Pickett Park in Blackstone as well as South Boston.
Nurse Aide Certification Programs are being offered in various, convenient locations in Southside Virginia during January and February.
Students graduated on December 18, 2018. This was the largest class to complete the training with a total of 36.
Sometimes a big setback leads to an even bigger comeback. This was the case for Cedric Hawkes whose rebound has landed him in the cool job of teaching at Nottoway Middle School where he impacts lives.
We visit with Kellie Bishop, Educational Support Specialist at Southside Virginia Community College.
John-Mark Hall grew up in Ruther Glen, Virginia and graduated from Caroline County High School. He has always enjoyed being in the outdoors and his hobbies include hunting and fishing.
Janel Beasley is excited to be a part of the SVCC Community as the new Head Softball Coach.
We visit with Kia Preston, Webmaster at Southside Virginia Community College.
As a Charlotte County native, Sabrina graduated from Randolph Henry High School, then continued her education with Southside Virginia Community College.
Community Invited to Complete Survey in Search for SVCC’s New President. The entire community is urged to take an online survey as stakeholders in the process and the future of SVCC.