A Greensville County High School graduate, Lisa Anderson earned her Associate of Arts and Sciences in Education from Southside Virginia Community College. After completing the degree at SVCC, she transferred to St. Paul’s College, finishing her Bachelor’s degree with honors. After graduation, she began teaching third grade.
Born and raised in Nelson, Virginia, Brandy Morris graduated from Bluestone Senior High School before attending Southside Virginia Community College. Her work ethic developed early, as she managed to work two part-time jobs and was a member of the cheerleading squad while still in high school.
Southside Virginia Community College participated in the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Career Day 2016 by hosting students from area high schools to shadow leaders in various offices. Dr. Al Roberts, SVCC President (standing) was shadowed by Tristan Sadler, a senior at Brunswick High School.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team spoiled homecoming at Thomas Nelson CC by picking up a hard-fought 85-76 win in a VCCS contest on Saturday afternoon.
Southside Virginia Community College Students recently visited the Virginia General Assembly in Richmond during session. The theme of the event was "I Am Community College, I Am Virginia's Tomorrow" and they met with Maurice Jones (Center), Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade.
LaTonya Franklin, from Emporia, graduated from Greensville County High School. She earned two degrees from Southside Virginia Community College: an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services and an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies/ Human Services, both of which she completed with high honors.
In the early seventeenth century, poet John Donne wrote, “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” The observation about the ways in which we are all interconnected is especially evident in education.
Meredith Colley grew up in Phenix in Charlotte County and graduated from Randolph Henry High School. After earning her Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College, she transferred to the University of Virginia, completing a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team topped Stillwater Christian on Sunday afternoon to improve to 8-6 on the season.
Sharon Adams graduated from Greensville County High School with a diploma and as a Nurse Aide. She earned her Practical Nursing license a short time later and was employed by Greensville Memorial Hospital. In an effort to advance and improve her employability, Sharon made the decision to enter Southside Virginia Community College's Registered Nursing program.
Former Southside Virginia Community College President Dr. John J. Cavan has been granted president emeritus status by the Virginia State Board for Community Colleges. The honor was awarded in recognition of his more than three decades of service as SVCC president and for his exceptional leadership, innovation and service to education in Virginia.
A once familiar face around the halls of Southside Virginia Community College in Alberta is now being seen on TV as a newscaster for WRDW News 12 in Augusta, Georgia. Benjamin Billmyer recently landed a job as Multimedia Journalist with the television station.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team bounced back from a lopsided defeat at Davidson CC, to top conference foe Thomas Nelson CC 91-82 on Sunday afternoon in a Virginia Community College System contest. The win improved SVCC to 7-6 on the season.
Dietrich Fields, a native of Paterson, New Jersey, completed his Associate in Applied Science Degree in Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College. He went on to earn his Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science from Bluefield College. He is employed full-time with Southside Community Services Board...
News headlines recently focused on the startling announcement that the number of people in America’s middle-income tier had fallen to less than half of the nation’s population. Some families moved out of the middle class by climbing the socioeconomic ladder into greater wealth. Many others, however, slipped into poverty.
Coming off of a lopsided loss at VUL, the Southside Virginia Community College basketball team rebounded on Sunday afternoon to pick up a 110-106 win over Washington Academy in Lawrenceville.
During this "Welcome Back Week" our Student Ambassadors will have a Help Desk Table available during the day in the instructional building on the Daniel Campus and in the main hallway on the Christanna campus. The ambassadors are available to give you general directions, light refreshments and motivation.
Southside Virginia Community College uses Southside Alert to to send out notifications concerning college closings and delays. We also utilize this system to immediately contact you during a crisis or emergency. Southside Alert delivers important emergency alerts, notifications and updates to you on all your devices.
Holly Elliott is a full-time employee, student and mom from Buffalo Junction, Virginia. She started taking classes through Southside Virginia Community College as a dual-enrollment student while in high school in Halifax County. She graduated from SVCC in the spring of 2011 with an Associate Degree in Business Administration.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team improved to 5-4 on the season after topping Central International College 92-75 on Sunday afternoon in Lawrenceville.