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April 12, 2021 MEDIA CONTACT: Jeffrey Kraus Asst. Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications (804) 592-6767 jkraus@vccs.edu Richmond) – Glenn Dubois, the chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, made the following statement […]

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April 2, 2021 MEDIA CONTACT: Jeffrey Kraus Asst. Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications (804) 592-6767 jkraus@vccs.edu   (RICHMOND) – Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, announced several leadership changes […]

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“Quite frankly, I never thought I’d see this kind of leadership and commitment to equity in higher education in my lifetime.” Quentin Johnson, president of Southside Virginia Community College didn’t […]

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1. You have a lot of responsibilities as director of the Shared Services Center. What constitutes a typical day for you? While you never really know what each day will […]

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Editor’s note: Serving a multi-cultural population in close proximity to the nation’s capital, it’s probably no surprise that people at Northern Virginia Community College felt profoundly affected by the U.S. […]

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Noting a spike in unemployment and hunger across the state during the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Ralph Northam used a visit to Reynolds Community College last week to spotlight his hopes […]

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Local advisory boards at Lord Fairfax and Thomas Nelson Community Colleges voted this month to recommend their institutions be renamed.  They join John Tyler Community College, whose local board went […]

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                                                           February […]

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Across Virginia, through food banks, public health events and other initiatives, our colleges have reached out to help their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Many colleges have held multiple events.  […]

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Take Five with Michael “Todd” Estes. The former shipbuilder and current VCCS Director of Career Education Programs and Workforce Partnerships is heading east to take on what some might describe […]

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