Locations

There are seven locations for Southside Virginia Community College. There is information below on each of our locations, and any of the photos can be enlarged by clicking on the image.

  • Alberta

    Christanna Campus

    During a period from 1966 to 1968, a committee composed of local business, civic, industrial, and political leaders were appointed by the governing bodies of counties and cities in Region 20 for the purpose of promoting and establishing campuses where needed. In 1968, the plan for building the Christanna Campus of Southside Virginia Community College near Alberta, Virginia, was approved by the State Board for Community Colleges, and appropriations were made for its construction. The local advisory board for the college was established in July 1969. The Christanna Campus was opened in September 1970 with approximately 55,600 square feet located on over 100 acres. Christanna Campus

    Location & Contact 

    109 Campus Drive
    Alberta, Virginia 23821

    (434) 949-1000

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  • Keysville

    John H. Daniel Campus

    Due to Christanna's extremely large service area assigned to the college, the John H. Daniel Campus was opened in September 1971 near Keysville, Virginia, about 40 miles northwest of Alberta. The Learning Resource Center on the John H. Daniel Campus opened in 2014. This 37,100 square foot facility houses the library, student development and financial aid services, admissions and records, the business office and a student lounge.

    Location & Contact

    200 Daniel Road
    Keysville, Virginia 23947

    (434) 736-2000

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  • Blackstone

    Occ. Tech Center/ Pickett Park

    The Occupational Technical Center at Pickett Park, Blackstone, is a facility built through the SVCC Foundation using Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission funds. The facility houses the college’s Truck Driver Training Program, Diesel Mechanics/Technicians Training Program, Automotive Technology Program and the Virginia Center for Onsite Wastewater Training, as well as the Power Line Worker Program. Occ. Tech Building

    Location & Contact 

    1041 W. 10th Street
    Blackstone, Virginia 23824

    (434) 292-3101, (434) 292-4037

     

     

     

  • Chase City

    Estes Community Center

    The Estes Community Center located on Main Street in Chase City is another example of the community banding together to provide opportunities for its citizens. The Estes family offered to match as much as $200,000 raised by the community within a 90-day period but it exceeded that figure by raising $390,000. The center offers SVCC classes has two fully equipped computer labs and a nursing simulation lab and also offers programs for children and has a large area available for rent for special events and occasions. In addition to the existing facility was completed in January 2007, adding an additional 18,000 square feet to the facility. This addition is named The Garland Building. Estes Center

    Location & Contact

    316 N. Main Street
    Chase City, Virginia 23924

    (434) 372-0194

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  • Emporia

    Southside Virginia Education Center

    In September 1985 SVCC opened its Campus Without Walls, which was renamed the Robert C. Wrenn Campus Without Walls in October 1992. This facility allows Emporia and Greensville County residents to enroll in continuing education programs that develop and strengthen job skills as well as working towards certificate, diploma and degree programs offered by the college and participating in community service program offerings. A new facility, the Southside Virginia Education Center, opened at 1300 Greensville Circle, Emporia in the fall of 2008.

    Location & Contact

    1300 Greensville County Circle
    Emporia,Virginia 23847

    (434) 634-9358

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  • South Boston

    Southern Virginia Higher Education Center

    Southern Virginia Higher Education Center located in downtown South Boston is a state-of-the-art, modern facility housed in a historic tobacco warehouse. The first facility opened in 1989 and was known as the Continuing Education Center of Longwood College. The new improved version opened in 2001 with offerings from SVCC and Danville Community College, Longwood, Mary Baldwin College, Ferrum College, Old Dominion University, Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The facility housing the SVHEC was donated by the families of Bob Harris and John Cannon and funding for the renovation was raised by the Halifax Educational Foundation.

    Location & Contact

    820 Bruce Street
    South Boston, Virginia 24592

    (434) 572-5451

  • South Hill

    Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center

    Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center is located in the former Heilig-Meyers building in South Hill. The site was purchased by local government and renovated under the direction of Joyce French and Randolph Jones. The 23,000 square foot building provides education opportunities for employees of new and existing business and industry in the region, offers college classes as well as the High-Performance Technology Program, the new Center for Information Technology Excellence (CITE) Program, a welding program, dual enrollment offerings, GED classes, computer classes, and a cyber café. Lake County

    Location & Contact

    118 E Danville Street
    South Hill, Virginia 23970

    (434) 955-2252

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