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Nathaniel L. Bishop, D. Min., who will become chairman of the VCCS State Board on July 1, contends Virginia’s Community Colleges are about to experience a year of significant and […]

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Based on local needs and conditions, Virginia’s Community Colleges this year staged springtime graduations in a variety of formats.  Some were virtual events, some were in-person, but socially distanced.  Drive-by […]

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“I wanted to be successful. A series of circumstances led me back to living at my mom’s house at 30 years old with two kids, and I didn’t want that. […]

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“This is our time. This is our moment.  Let’s get these G3 programs off the ground. Let’s help families in our communities by providing these pathways.  Let’s help employers by […]

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Dr. Greg Hodges has been selected as president at Patrick Henry Community College, succeeding Dr. Angeline Godwin in the post July 1. The announcement came Friday, following a national search […]

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By PHCC Athletic Dept. Any team or student-athlete that competed in 2021 surely faced challenges and adversity. Patrick Henry Community College’s Baseball team was no exception.  Despite injuries and the […]

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President Joe Biden traveled to Tidewater Community College last week to promote his plans to increase government spending on families and education, including a $109 billion dollar proposal to offer […]

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“Your ability to adapt and to overcome in the face of everything that this virus has thrown at us is remarkable. And it speaks well of what we can hope […]

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By Laurie Owens/VCCS Director of Financial Aid Recently passed legislation known as the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 will finally move us forward in the simplification of the Free Application for […]

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By Idalia Rodriguez, Ph.D. and Charles Pumpuni, Ph.D., professors at Northern Virginia Community College This spring, humans are not the only ones ready to leave the seclusion of their homes […]

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