SWCC Academic News & Campus Events
Transfer Representatives on Campus
December 2nd, Wednesday, College Transfer Day
Alice Lloyd College
Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP)
Bluefield College (Online Programs)
Bluefield State College
ETSU ( Admissions)
ETSU ( Social Work Program)
ETSU (Honors College)
Emory and Henry College
Lindsey Wilson College
Old Dominion University
December 3rd- A transfer representative from Bluefield College will be in the lobby of Buchanan Hall from 10:00 am-2:00 pm.
November 30, December 2 – 4 and 7 – 10 at 12:15 to 1:10 in Dellinger Hall Room 206 (inside library)
Be worry free during your holiday break by getting registered for the classes you need today!
- Advisors on site to assist you.
- Free gift for registering
- Participants will be entered to win a one-credit scholarship for spring (winner to be announced via email or Monday December 14)
You can also take this time to complete an academic checkup by verifying your program, checking your course progression, apply for graduation and more!
To RSVP, participants will need to contact Edna Sizemore at 276-964-7369 or Pauline Taylor at 276-964-7619
November 18 – January 15
SWCC Community Center Gallery
Call toll free 1.855-877-3944 or visit https://mysupport.sw.edu
OR call 276-964-7755 or 276-964-7756.
Substance Abuse Counselors are in high demand within the region and beyond. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook, the job outlook for Substance Abuse Counselors is expected to rise much faster than average, with an anticipated 31% increase in jobs between the years 2012-2022. Participants have two career options through the two-semester program choosing to become either a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor Assistant or, those who have already completed a Bachelor’s Degree, will become a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. SWCC will also offer job search services for those who successfully complete the certificate courses. Financial aid is available for this program to all who qualify.
For more information or to enroll today contact Cathy Smith Cox at 276.964.7340, April Hess at 276.964.7209 or Angela Boyd at 276.964.7237.
The campaign highlights the important role community colleges play in providing affordable, relevant education and training aligned with the workforce needs in rural America.
“We are excited to be partnering with CMT on this initiative,” said Dr. J. Mark Estepp, president of SWCC. “We were one of only 14 colleges selected nationally to participate in this program.” SWCC is the only college selected from the state of Virginia to be a partner in the CMT EMPOWERING EDUCATION initiative. CMT Empowering Education