Thomas Bullock, III grew up in South Hill, Virginia and graduated from Park View High School. He attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned an Associate of Applied Science in Police Science.
Chris Graves grew up in Hyattsville, MD and graduated from Northwestern High School in 2002. He enrolled at Southside Virginia Community College in 2004. While at SVCC, Chris worked in the College's library through the work-study program. Chris was also a member of the SVCC basketball team. After graduating in 2006 with an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies, Chris transferred to Virginia Commonwealth University.
Southside Virginia Community College sends out Southside Alerts to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency that affects the college schedule.
A Central High School graduate from Warfield, Virginia, Dwan Hailey earned an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College.
The last day of classes is Friday, December 8, 2017. Final examination days are Saturday, December 9, 2017 through Friday, December 15, 2017 in your current room. Examination periods are two hours in length (1-1/2 hour exam time, 30 minutes break). Night classes (those which meet at 4:00 PM or later) will have their final examinations during exam week on their usual day of the week. All Saturday classes will have their exam on Saturday, December 9.
We are excited about our “Take A Professor to Lunch” program! Students can pick up vouchers from Student Development Services. We have a few vouchers left for the Fall Semester.
Twenty-four Graduates of Southside Virginia Community College Power Line Worker Program were the sixth class held since opening of the program in March of 2016.
Southside Virginia Community College recently hosted the 10th Law Enforcement Awards Banquet. During the event, officers are recognized for their hard work, dedication and professionalism as chosen by their department.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was tapped as the honorary 100th graduate of the Southside Virginia Community College Power Line Worker Training School on November 21, 2017. He joined the 24 other graduates completing the sixth class held since opening of the program in March of 2016
Veterans and military students will have an easier time earning credit for prior learning thanks to a new online tool created by Virginia’s Community Colleges. The Credits2Careers Veterans Portal will allow students to upload their Joint Services Transcript to see instantly how many academic credits their work experience could translate into more than 1,700 community college programs. You can access the portal at this link: www.credits2careers.org.
Benchmark Community Bank has established the Michael O. Walker Benchmark Community Bank Scholarship at Southside Virginia Community College. This honors the leadership and legacy of Walker’s 43 years of service at the bank.
The public is invited to an Open House at the Center for Information Technology Excellence (CITE) Lab located at the Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center in South Hill. Open House is Thursday November 30, 2017 anytime from 5 to 7 p.m. at 118 East Danville Street.
Southside Virginia Community College employees are celebrating the upcoming Holiday season by giving back to the communities.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Location: Southside Virginia Community College, Christanna Campus, Alberta, John J. Cavan Workforce Development Center
The Southside Virginia Community College mens basketball team, the three-time defending USA National Postgrad champions, won a pair of games over the weekend to even their record at 2-2 on the season.
During his sophomore year at Buckingham County High School, Ty’Leik Chambers made a decision that focused the course of his life and set him on an education and career path that he hopes will culminate with a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Although Ty’Leik was a strong student, he did not feel challenged. “I wanted to do something hard,” he says. So, Ty’Leik decided to apply for admission into the Governor’s School of Southside Virginia(GSSV).
Dual enrollment programs operate as collaborative partnerships between high schools and colleges. They offer students who meet prerequisite requirements an opportunity to jumpstart collegiate and professional careers by earning college credits while still in high school.
A 2016 Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Tyler Amos, from Keysville, VA, earned a Career Studies Certificate in Diesel Mechanics from Southside Virginia Community College in 2017.
We visit with Erica Andrews Randolph, Southside Virginia Community College's Site Coordinator, Southside Virginia Education Center
For most of his life, Matthew Barton had an interest in law enforcement. After taking an introductory class on criminal justice in high school, he decided on a path that has led him to the top, the United States Secret Service. It took careful planning, hard work and sticking to his goals to get to where he finally wanted to be.