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Featured image: Patrick Henry Community College officials have had discussions with real estate developers to explore whether to establish student housing at or near the PHCC campus. Since their inception in […]

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“It was a life-changing experience.” Ava Torres, a second year student at Central Virginia Community College didn’t mince words in assessing this year’s VCCS Student Leadership Conference. The event November […]

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On Nov 8, 2019, the first cohort of Pathways Program students at Reynolds Community College and John Tyler Community College applied for dual admission to VCU. This was the culmination […]

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The Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to supplement local efforts to alleviate student hunger at 14 community colleges that serve Virginia’s “Rural Horseshoe.” […]

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“Last year when the LEGO Saturn rocket came out I was like, ‘that’s the only thing I want for Christmas!”– David Tucker An unabashed space travel and sci-fi enthusiast, David […]

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VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois traveled to Capitol Hill in Washington to urge a Congressional panel to make Pell Grants available to students enrolled in workforce training programs, like those offered [...]
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General Assembly funding decisions have a profound impact on tuitions at state-supported colleges and universities. “This is the first time in my term as chancellor that we’ve been able to [...]
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College students transitioning from foster care got a helping hand in late April when VCCS system office employees gathered for what’s become an annual tradition: competitive cooking. Homemade cupcakes and [...]
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Culpeper businessman and longtime Germanna Community College supporter Joe Daniel (center) mingles at the poker table at GCC’s Monte Carlo Night fundraiser April 27 in Culpeper. Organizers already had set [...]
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More than 200 student and community volunteers pitched in to spruce-up the grounds in and around Danville Community College as part of an annual service day coordinated by DCC and [...]
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