The Workforce and Continuing Education Program completed the first cohort of the newly launched Diesel Repair Program in December, 2022 at the Southern Gap Transportation and Logistics Center in Buchanan County, Va.
The Southwest Virginia Community College School of the Arts is hosting a week-long community talent show, allowing local individuals, bands, groups, dancers, actors, and spoken word artists to perform and
Southwest Virginia Community College will host a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration and luncheon on January 16, 2023. The event was held in a virtual format during the pandemic, but
The children of Ernest and Mary Moore, in honor and memory of their parents’ medical service and selfless caring hearts, have established two endowments at Southwest Virginia Community College, so that their legacy of care, professionalism, service, and giving back may continue for years to come.
Cedar Bluff, Virginia joins Jon Huntsman for Nationwide Event on U.S.-China Issues, November 16. Former governor and ambassador to both China and Russia, Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., will be the
Campus Police at Southwest Virginia Community College will be receiving new bulletproof vests thanks to a local Boy Scout. Bryce Stinson wanted to find a way to help the campus
The 30th annual Southwest Virginia Community College Scholarship Golf Classic was held on September 29th at Tazewell County Country Club. Each year, the tournament provides much needed financial support for
CEDAR BLUFF, VA — Johnny Hagerman, award-winning brick sculptor, has another project planned for Southwest Virginia Community College – this time at the Old Grist Mill in Cedar Bluff. The
Southwest Virginia Community College’s Department of Dance and The Bristol Ballet announce a new agreement to expand art in the community through collaboration and outreach. The Bristol Ballet will be
Southwest Virginia Community College, with support from regional healthcare and economic leaders, is launching a new diagnostic medical sonography program – the first of its kind in the region. Leaders
Southwest Virginia Community College (Southwest) has been awarded a $1,378,568 grant from The U.S. Department of Labor and the Appalachian Regional Commission through the Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities (WORC)
Southwest Virginia Community College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to the Great Colleges to Work For® program.