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SWCC Academic News & Campus Events

Enjoy hot, delicious grilled lunches on campus Monday-Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm.
Meals, including drink, chips & entree run around $5. Cash only.
Look for the umbrella!!! The food cart station is outside Buchanan Hall, on the back patio. Patrons can order and wait on their food inside the cafeteria as it is cooked up hot & delicious.
2015 MAD Camp Registrations are being accepted. The Music, Art & Drama class will be July 20 through July 24th. Download Registration MAD 2015 Imaginarium
1098-T – To access your 1098-T for 2014, go to . Click on the “First Time Students” button and follow the on-screen directions. A hard copy will also be mailed to the address on your student record.
RN Return to Practice training to begin March 16th.
The RN Return to Practice is a comprehensive refresher course covering medical-surgical nursing, maternal child nursing, psychiatric nursing, and pharmacology and is being offered at SWCC.

The classroom portion will consist of 18 weeks of online coursework. There will be Friday and Saturday skill labs for a total of 24 hours, concluding with 36 hours of clinical simulation in the High Fidelity Multi-disciplinary Simulation Center at SWCC’s main campus. This course prepares students to work in the areas of Medical-surgery, OB, Pediatrics, Psychiatric; upon course completion students should qualify for most entry level RN positions. RN Return to Practice is designed for RN’s with current, inactive, or lapsed licenses, as well as, students who have graduated from a nursing program but need a refresher course for licensure. Tuition is only $2,649 for 132 course hours.

Class begins on March 16th. To learn more about this training, available tuition assistance, and registration help, contact Brenda Robinson at 276.964.7242 or

Martin Luther King Day The Martin Luther King Day Program was held January 19th with Reverend Annette Warren as speaker.
Reverend Annette Warren
Robert & Lamar Duff
CMT Empowering Education Campaign Encourages area residents to go back to school.

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 that will be a partner in the CMT EMPOWERING EDUCATION initiative. CMT Empowering Education

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NOTICE: In order to receive refunds sooner, students may now choose to receive refund disbursement electronically rather than by check. Learn more. You must register on the SWCC Refund Disbursement portal to receive your refund either by Direct Deposit or through a reloadable SWCC Visa Educatecard.


Complete your FAFSA to apply for financial aid.

FAFSA HELP is available. Contact financial aid for assistance.
Already know how to complete FAFSA? SWCC’s code is 007260. Apply for FAFSA

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Tour Italy with SWCC in the Spring! Learn more

An Ambulatory Infusion Center (AIC) will soon be sharing space with the Campus Family Medicine (CFM) clinic already located in Dickenson Hall
AIC offers infusion services and no scheduled narcotics are kept on site.

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