NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
Completing orientation is a great way to gain knowledge of financial aid/scholarships, MySouthwest (including CANVAS), student activities and more!
Dyan Lester, Dean of Student Success, Buchanan Hall, 276.964.7677
Alta Lewis, Registrar, Admissions Office, Dellinger Hall, 276.964.7293
- Application & Program Assistance
- Program changes, name changes, or other personal data updates in your student record cannot be made online. In order to make changes to your personal data profile, bring your identification to the Admissions Office and staff will verify and update your information in the system.
- Transcript Processing
Director of Admissions & Disability Services, Dionne Cook, Dellinger Hall, 276.964.7301
Career Coaches are available in area high schools to assist students with their higher education goals.
See Career Services Website for more information.
Visit the Disability Services website for more information.
Recruitment, Retention & Student Affairs
The goal of SWCC’s faculty and staff is to provide quality education for our students in a friendly, relaxing and safe environment. The YMCA offers campus athletic opportunities such as Basketball and Weight Lifting in our Community Center Facilities.
Student Clubs such as the PTK and PBL, International Friends Club and others as well as faculty led trips to various countries, enable our students to learn and enjoy time with friends traveling, playing and learning…together!
— Food for Thought
For those times when you have skipped a meal before coming to classes or just need an energy boost, the Food for Thought program is available to provide you with a meal or a snack when you need it. Stop in and see Lisa Haywood in Buchanan Hall Room 163 or call 276.964.7220.
—Southwest Laptop Checkout
A laptop loaner program is available to students who need a laptop in order to complete coursework. A limited number is available and are loaned on a semester-basis, not open-ended. They will be provided first-come, first-serve. Students must complete the Southwest Laptop-Check-out-Form
— Student Emergency Funding
SWCC student emergency funding is dedicated to helping students with temporary, short-term financial assistance. Emergency funding is not intended to provide ongoing relief of recurring/routine expenses or as a consistent supplement for educational expenses.
— S.A.N.D. = Southwest Access to Neighborhood Discounts
Student discounts are provided by local restaurants and businesses when you show your Student ID. See website for details.
–Student Resource Guide – Great Expectations
–Tutoring/Study Skills – Mary Margaret Thompson, B-153, 276.964.7399
Student Support Services
If you find you need tutoring or have concerns about your ability to complete your coursework, let your instructor know right away, or contact Student Support Services for assistance.
— Academic Preparation Video Tutorials
Need help with the Virginia Placement Test (VPT) or the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) for nursing and allied health? Been out of school for a while and need a refresher course? WE CAN HELP! Find out how at the Academic Preparation page.
–TRIO Programs, Dr. Mike Henry, Project ACHIEVE Director, B-152, 276.964/7233
Project ACHIEVE Counselor (Transfer Counseling/Advising) – Dr. Susie Mullins, B-152, 276.964.7231
Upward Bound Director, April Quesenberry, B-126, 276.964.7336
The WALL – Writing Assistance Learning Lab
Email email@example.com for info and to schedule an appointment.
Veterans Upward Bound
Director of Veterans Upward Bound,
Gwendalyn Slone, R-120, 276.964.7363 See website for Academic Enhancement Programs
Adviser Martha Strouth
Veteran’s Certifying Official
Adrianna Culbertson, Dellinger Hall Room 215, 276.964.7290, See more information at the Veterans Affairs Office webpage