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MEDIA CONTACT: Jeffrey Kraus Asst. Vice Chancellor for Public Relations (804) 592-6767 jkraus@vccs.edu   ROANOKE — Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges announced today that he will retire at […]

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Virginia’s Community Colleges have a new strategic goal in place, one that guarantees universal equity. Guarantee? Let’s call the six-year plan, dubbed “Opportunity 2027,” a contract with our constituents. Among […]

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Responding to Executive Order 77 (EO77) from Governor Ralph Northam, Virginia’s Community Colleges are working on plans to eliminate most single-use plastics on campus, impose a near-term ban on several […]

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Posted by Virginia’s Community Colleges Virginia’s new state law legalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana has generated a lot of news coverage this summer.  But, when it comes to […]

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Virginia’s Community Colleges have begun to redesign student enrollment processes statewide to benefit students who frequently are stymied by current onboarding practices, and to ensure long term institutional success. “Historically, […]

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Thanks to the new state budget approved by lawmakers and signed by the governor, Virginia state employees who were employed as of March 10, 2021 and in good performance standing […]

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This month, we’ll be looking at some graduation success stories from our students across the state, despite a year that challenged us all.  Faculty and staff at our colleges deserve […]

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By Lauren Burgwyn, Dir. VCCS events, conferences, and sponsorship The Chancellor’s Retreat August 3-4 at the Hotel Roanoke will serve as a launching pad for Opportunity 2027, the new Strategic […]

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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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