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“Well, I’ve had a traumatic past. In January, I was actually homeless. I was sleeping in a Ford Ranger.” Someone not familiar with community college students might be surprised to […]

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In accordance with Section 23.1-307 (D) of the Code of Virginia, the State Board for Community Colleges provides notice that it will consider tuition and mandatory fee increases for Virginia’s Community […]

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The last major in-person gathering of people from all of Virginia’s Community Colleges had been three years before, so it was no surprise that last week’s 2022 New Horizons Conference […]

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After 21 years leading Virginia’s Community Colleges, Glenn DuBois is the longest-serving VCCS Chancellor, and his stewardship was honored at the 2022 New Horizons Conference April 6-8. VCCS State Board Chair […]

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A major highlight of the 2022 VCCS New Horizons Conference last week honored faculty members from across the state for their extraordinary skills and commitment to students. Virginia Western Community […]

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In a field still dominated by men, a female network engineer who keeps the computers humming at three of our community colleges has been selected to help build a super […]

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Virginia lawmakers paused from their legislative endeavors this week to pay tribute to VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois, who will retire at the end of June after 21 years at the […]

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Two Virginia Community College professors were honored during an event in Richmond March first and joined the ranks of an elite club: winners of statewide awards recognizing college faculty who […]

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Editor’s Note:  Guided by state and federal health officials who were concerned about a surge in coronavirus cases caused by the highly contagious Delta variant, VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois announced […]

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