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This is the fourth in our Take Five series on outstanding VCCS faculty members. Our objective is to shine a light on those who are innovating while educating and, in […]

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RICHMOND — Virginia’s Community Colleges has been presented with the 2020 Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Secretary’s Award. The award is presented annually by Virginia’s Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs […]

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MEDIA CONTACT Jeffrey Kraus Asst. Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications (804) 592-6767 jkraus@vccs.edu RICHMOND (July 22, 2020) — Thanks to support from Sentara Healthcare and Optima Health and the ECMC […]

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This is the third in our Take Five series on outstanding VCCS faculty members. Our objective is to shine a light on those who are innovating while educating and in […]

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This is the second in our Take Five series on outstanding VCCS faculty members. Our objective is to shine a light on those who are innovating while educating and in […]

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A message to the faculty, staff, and students of Virginia’s Community Colleges from State Board Chair, Dr. Susan T. Gooden: Racism. COVID-19. These are two major pandemics that, despite our […]

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6/3/20 RICHMOND — Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, made the following announcement today: “George Floyd’s indefensible death, and the demonstrations it has inspired, demand more than thoughts and […]

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This is the first in our Take Five series on outstanding VCCS faculty members. Our objective is to shine a light on those who are innovating while educating and in […]

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By Jodi T. Burgess, Marketing & Advancement Coordinator, Alumni Relations, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Phi Theta Kappa is the leading honor society for two-year colleges. Students are eligible for […]

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RICHMOND —The State Board for Community Colleges, by a unanimous vote, elected to maintain the current in-state tuition and mandatory fees for Fall 2020. The Board’s decision means tuition will […]

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