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April 16th | 2019

Approximately 120 students competed in the 48th annual SWCC Business Contest on April 16, 2019, representing the following nine high schools: Grundy, Holston, Honaker, Hurley, Lebanon, Richlands, Ridgeview, Tazewell, and

April 8th | 2019

Dr. Warren Harris, noted Southwest Virginia poet, will be the 2019 Mary Sue Dean Spring Poet. He will present a reading of his work at the Appalachian Arts Center on

April 5th | 2019

An up to $77,000 grant requested by the Southwest Virginia Community College Educational Foundation from the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA) to be used to conduct a feasibility study

April 1st | 2019

Cedar Bluff, VA— On Friday, March 15, 2019, over 220 students from Russell and Tazewell counties gathered at Southwest Virginia Community College for their first Arts Portfolio Day. Students attended

March 30th | 2019

A nostalgic highlight of the 25th Festival of the Arts venues presented by Southwest Virginia Community College during the month of April is the exhibition of “A Peek at Stardom:

February 18th | 2019

On February 9, three area community colleges (Southwest, Mountain Empire, and Virginia Highlands) entered into an agreement to form a new engineering program, The Southwest Virginia Engineering Consortium. The agreement

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