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By unanimous vote on July 16, Virginia’s State Board for Community Colleges instructed local community college advisory boards across the commonwealth to review the appropriateness of the names of our […]

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“Let’s face it, the old saw about ‘better late than never’ isn’t much consolation,” acknowledged VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois. “These extraordinary faculty members really deserved to be applauded by hundreds […]

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Malinda Carter has joined Virginia’s Community Colleges as associate vice chancellor for Human Resources. Beginning her new duties on June 15, Carter has more than 25 years of HR experience […]

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1) We’re excited to welcome you to the VCCS. What are some of the reasons you decided to join our organization? I love the mission of VCCS, particularly in that […]

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Fredericksburg area paving and infrastructure contractor Edward Dalrymple, Jr. is set to become chairman of Virginia’s State Board for Community Colleges when the panel meets in mid-July. Dalrymple has been […]

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(RICHMOND) – Dr. Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges made the following announcement today regarding how Fall 2020 classes will be offered: Virginia’s Community Colleges are open for business […]

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In the wake of recent events that have shaken the nation, many of our VCCS college presidents have reached out to their students, faculty, staff and greater communities to share […]

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The coronavirus pandemic robbed our graduates of their traditional springtime commencement ceremonies this year. Some of our colleges said they will honor the class of 2020 later, when it’s safe […]

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Plans for Governor Northam’s historic expansion of community college access for low and moderate income Virginians technically still are on the books. But after the General Assembly’s springtime reconvened session, […]

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Big gatherings are out due to the coronavirus pandemic, so events like traditional graduations cannot be held at Virginia’s Community Colleges this spring. Some of our colleges say they will […]

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