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Earlier this month, the Virginia Community College System lost a friend and tireless advocate. John Dever, the former president of Thomas Nelson Community College, passed away at his home in […]

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Editor’s note: This is the third installment in our story on how Virginia’s Community Colleges are responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this month, John Tyler Community College hosted […]

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(RICHMOND) – Glenn DuBois, the chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, named a new statewide task force today to examine and propose changes in how community colleges operate to meet the […]

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(RICHMOND) – Earning a short-term workforce credential offers an immediate boost to an individual’s salary, and that benefit can continue for at least a decade. That is the take-away from […]

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Above: Blue Ridge Community College pres. John Downey (l.) led a delegation to Richmond January 23 to meet lawmakers from the college’s service region, including Harrisonburg-Rockingham state Delegate Tony Wilt […]

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1. You served as president of LFCC for nine years and as the first female president of ESCC. Your list of accomplishments is impressive. What prompted you to accept this […]

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  by Ellen Davenport Editor’s Note: VCCS leaders have been making the rounds, reaching out to state decision-makers in support of Governor Northam’s G3 proposal to increase access to targeted […]

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While delegates and senators consider the G3 program, there are indications outside Capital Square that now is the time for Virginia to move forward and expand affordable pathways to high-demand […]

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(RICHMOND) – The Virginia State Board for Community Colleges unanimously approved a resolution today endorsing Governor Ralph Northam’s “Get A Skill, Get a Job, Give Back” (G3) Initiative and calling […]

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RICHMOND – Dr. Glenn DuBois, the chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, announced today that he is appointing an interim president to lead Thomas Nelson Community College following the retirement of […]

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