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Founded in , Southside serves the largest area of Virginia community colleges, providing higher education to 10 counties and the city of Emporia. The school is one of the 23 two-year institutions in the Virginia Community College System and has nine campuses spread across the southern part of the state. About 8, students attend, pursuing associate degrees, working toward professional certification, or continuing their education in non-credit courses.
The average age is 27; most students have jobs and attend school part-time. SVCC offers evening and weekend classes and a virtual campus to fit busy schedules. The school also provides workforce development education for area business, teacher recertification, continuing-ed for contractors and tradesmen, truck driver training, apprenticeships in IT and trades, and institutional effectiveness research. Transfer agreements with 20 colleges and universities in the commonwealth make it easy to move on to a four-year school, and students can explore all their options with the handy Virginia Education Wizard app.
Founded in , the school has locations in Glenns and Warsaw, on either side of the Rappahannock River, providing 12 counties with access to transfer degree programs , professional certificates, and continuing education. About 4, students are enrolled, and RCC conferred more than degrees and certificates in Like other community colleges in Virginia, RCC has an extensive transfer program, which includes articulation agreements with 30 different four-year schools in such disciplines as the arts and sciences, business, criminal justice, healthcare, psychology and social work, sustainability, teacher education, and the STEM fields.
Applied science degrees are also available in business, nursing, corrections and law enforcement, fire science, general engineering, horticulture, and health fields like respiratory therapy and medical lab technology.
RCC has an honors program, dual-enrollment options, and a virtual campus. Most students are enrolled part time and are under the age of PVCC has become known for its cooking program -- it has a state-of-the-art facility in downtown Charlottesville -- and for associates of art specializations in music, theater, and art.
The school has been recognized on the national level as one of the best community colleges in Virginia for military personnel. Wytheville Community College opened its doors in to a class of students as a two-year branch of Virginia Tech. Today, almost 4, students are enrolled, taking classes on the main campus and at satellites in Galax, Marion, and online. WCC offers more than 25 transfer degrees , workforce training, and continuing education programs. The majority of students pursue two-year degrees with the intention of transferring to a four-year program, and their most popular fields of study include: The most popular career certificates include machine technology, computer electronics, and early childhood development.
WCC has some of the busiest extracurricular activities of any of the two-year colleges in Virginia. Lancaster Community College serves an area larger than Rhode Island. A satellite center is in Rockbridge, and the school has a full slate of online programming. DSLCC offers 12 degree and 36 certificate programs, in business, the liberal arts, nursing, and general studies as well as such wide-ranging fields as forestry, wind-turbine technology, microcomputer operations, forensics, and private security services.
The school is especially known for its culinary arts program. It became its own entity in and was absorbed into the Virginia Community College System in Today, the Martinsville-based school delivers programming to about 3, students. Known for its tech-savvy approach, PHCC offers a variety of degree , certificate, and career-studies programs and personal-enrichment courses. Most popular among them are the general studies, science, and health science majors.
The school offers 75 degree and certificate programs to more than 9, students; the general studies, liberal arts, and business administration degrees can all be completed online. LFCC offers the traditional healthcare, education, business, and liberal arts programs that can be found at all two-year colleges in Virginia, and it also has extensive programming in engineering, IT, and less common specialties like sign language, nature photography, and philosophy.
Classes are small, averaging around 25 students. LFCC has guaranteed transfer agreements with more than 40 schools, offering a pathway to a baccalaureate degree. Like other two-year colleges in Virginia, VHCC offers a comprehensive array of academic options, including dozens of degree programs , workforce training, continuing ed, and online classes in a wide variety of fields. The liberal arts, nursing, and business are popular among transfer-oriented students; electrician certification is big in trades and tech.
Based near Richland, the school serves more than 3, annually. A comprehensive community college, SWCC offers dozens of transfer degree, career-oriented certification, continuing education, and distance learning options. The school has guaranteed admission arrangements with almost all public and private four-year universities in the commonwealth.
As with most community colleges in Virginia, first-year students must take a placement assessment in English and math. Like most Virginia community colleges, Everest provides access to many classes online. Everest keeps class sizes small, and it emphasizes experiential learning. Many courses have a hands-on component. Based in Lynchburg, CVCC offers more than 80 transfer degree programs and occupational and technical training to a service area of more than , people. The 4,member student body is split approximately in half between students on transfer and career tracks.
General studies is by far the most popular major, with education and business following. Like many two-year colleges in Virginia, the school has transfer agreements with many colleges and universities and guaranteed-admission programs with Old Dominion, George Mason, and James Madison universities. Named after one of the founders of International Paper company, a local education supporter, PDC has campuses in Franklin and Suffolk and a learning center in Smithfield.
Part of the larger Virginia Community College System, the school offers a popular associate in general studies along with more than 60 other transfer degree and vocational programs in business, administrative and office support, education, the health sciences, technology, computing, public safety, and industrial technology and the trades.
About 1, students are enrolled. Certificates typically take between 30 and 59 credits, and associate in the arts and sciences or applied sciences require more than As at most Virginia community colleges, a dual enrollment program allows area high schoolers to get a jumpstart on their college education. PDC has transfer agreements with several four-year, public and private colleges and universities.
Students can choose from associate degree and certificate programs in nursing, radiologic technology, surgical technology, physical therapy assisting, and medical assisting. Built in , the campus features 85, square feet of classrooms, labs, computer labs, and library facilities. Many students move on to jobs in the Riverside Health System. Day programs follow week semesters; evening and weekend classes last 20 weeks. Online options are also available.
Danville is one of the oldest community colleges in Virginia with roots dating back to and the Danville Military Institute. Almost a third of students are over the age of Among the most popular fields of study at DCC are general studies, liberal arts, the health professions, and engineering. The school has more than a dozen extracurricular groups, including Phi Theta Kappa and the student government association.
The Danville Knights baseball team has won the Virginia Community College championship several years running.
The Carrington Child Development Center offers on campus child care. Located in the northern Virginia city of Fredericksburg, with additional campuses in Locust Grove, Stafford, and Culpeper, GCC is a comprehensive public, two-year institution founded in All of the transfer programs require students to take general education -- English, history, humanities, math, and physical education -- which will transfer to most four-year colleges and universities.
GCC has guaranteed admission agreements with dozens of schools across Virginia and beyond, including an arrangement with Old Dominion online that leads to baccalaureate degrees. Transfer counselors help guide students through the transfer process. Lyceum events series brings performers, speakers, and arts organization to the community.
Part of the Virginia Community College System, Mountain Empire sits on 95 picturesque acres in Big Stone Gap, a tiny town in the westernmost corner of the commonwealth.
More than 3, students attend, enrolled in dozens of transfer degree , professional certification, and workforce training programs, from 3D design to welding.
Many classes are available online. About a third take night courses. The Virginia Small Business Development Center is located on campus and provides free business consulting as well as workforce training. MECC has a full slate of transfer agreements and articulation arrangements with Virginia colleges. Everything about NOVA is big.
Located in the suburbs of Washington, DC, the comprehensive community college is largest of all two-year colleges in Virginia. NOVA offers more than degree , certificate, and professional programs; among the most popular are general studies and liberal arts, business management and marketing, and social sciences.
The college has state of the art health-care facilities at its Medical Education Campus in Springfield. A global studies arm encourages students to study abroad and integrate with the international students on campus. NOVA enjoys guaranteed admission agreements with more than 40 colleges and universities, including a special arrangement with George Mason. NRCC is among the oldest two-year colleges in Virginia. The main Dublin campus is a grassy, acre site; the space at the mall features 14 classrooms and is geared toward STEM education.
NRCC also has an extensive online learning campus. Most students are in transfer degree programs, and the most popular major by far is liberal arts and humanities followed by industrial production technology and nursing. They also have guaranteed-admission with Radford University, which is the most popular school among NRCC grads, and several agreements with Virginia Tech.
An active fiddle, banjo, and dance club honors the musical heritage of the New River Valley by bringing big-name bluegrass acts to campus.
Richard Bland College is unique among Virginia community colleges. Founded as an extension of the College of William and Mary, the Petersburg-based school is now run as a standalone institution with oversight from William and Mary. It was the first junior college in the state to offer residency options.
Its campus is an acre former dairy farm and is home to the largest pecan grove in the commonwealth. RBC offers associate degrees in the arts, business administration, math, computer science, physical science, life sciences, and lab science.
It also has special programs in logistics, Army logistics, and project management. Though affiliated with the College of William and Mary, RBC has 50 direct-transfer agreements with public and private schools across Virginia. A Student Support Team provides tutoring, counseling, and advising. From a acre campus in southwest Roanoke, VWCC offers dozens of degree and certification programs to more than 12, students.
The most popular programs are general studies, nursing, health sciences, business, and science. The campus continues to grow with a state-of-the-art Center for Science and Health Professions, a new student center, and a STEM facility under construction. The school is a community focal point, hosting events, a public art gallery and arboretum, and a popular MET Opera series.
Vets can get information and advising at the Military Services Center. BRCC has the usual complement of associate and certificate programs, from accounting to welding, and also offers less common fields like aviation maintenance technology, aging-in-place specialist, and mechatronics.
It also has partnerships with other Virginia community colleges to offer culinary arts, funeral services, radiologic tech, and respiratory therapy. Set in the Richmond area, JTCC is one of the largest community colleges in Virginia with a student body of close to 14, The public two-year institution is part of the Virginia Community College System and receives funding from both the state and local levels.
The school has been recognized nationally for its high transfer rates, STEM programming, and online ed. It runs the Community College Workforce Alliance, which does professional training, education, skills assessment, and economic development, in partnership with Reynolds Community College. John Tyler prides itself on affordability and claims its tuition is just over a third of what a student would pay to attend a public four-year school.
TNCC is unusual among community colleges in Virginia in that almost 4, students are affiliated with the military.
About half of students are in transfer-degree programs. Liberal arts and general studies are the most popular majors followed by business and the social sciences. The school also is noted for its nursing, mental health, and automotive programs. In addition to its guaranteed admission agreements with 30 Virginia schools, TNCC has partnerships with the University of Virginia and William Mary, giving students an opportunity to co-enroll in a four-year school.
Like most community colleges, it offers dual-enrollment to area high schoolers and continuing-ed to seniors. Tidewater is second largest of the two-year colleges in Virginia. It has the 11th biggest student body of any public community college in the country, enrolling more than 40, annually. TCC also has the distinction of conferring more degrees than most other community colleges in the nation. TCC offers seven associate degrees in dozens of academic fields, along with even more professional certification and continuing-ed programs; science, general studies, and business are the most popular.
The college has almost as many students on career and technical-oriented tracks as it does in transfer-degree programs. Notable programs include its nursing school, marine technology studies, and Cyber Security, which has been recognized by the NSA and Department of Homeland Security. TCC has transfer and guaranteed admission programs with most colleges and universities in Virginia and offers an accelerated associate degree program that allows students to earn the popular general studies degree one year.
It also has a Z-Degree Program that substitutes free eBooks for expensive textbooks. It also contains the oldest continuously running government system in the US. With that background, it is no surprise Virginia has been selected multiple times by the Pew Research Center as having the most effective and efficient state governing body. Beyond politics and history, Virginia is home to an array of natural attractions and contains varied climate and topography enough to keep any outdoor enthusiast entertained.
To the east is the Atlantic coastline, including the Eastern Shore the southmost part of Delmarva Peninsula , which is a habitat for wild ponies and also includes a NASA launch site. To the west, George Washington and Jefferson National Forests provide camping, hiking and mountaineering inside over , acres of old-growth trees and a total of 1. For students under 18, residency status depends on their parents.
If they are divorced or separated, the student must live with the parent who resides in Virginia. To be eligible for Virginia residency for the purpose of tuition, the following criteria must be met before the first day of the quarter you plan to enroll in. Select a Category Select a Subject. Washington and Lee University. Tweet this Share this School Profile. University of Virginia-Main Campus. College of William and Mary. University of Richmond, VA.
The case is being prosecuted by the U. The probe allegedly revealed Hume engaged in sexually explicit online chats with the victim.
According to the criminal complaint, the investigation also revealed Hume possessed numerous images and videos of child pornography, which he distributed over a peer-to-peer file sharing network.
That night, investigators took Hume into custody. Investigators are concerned there may be other unidentified victims in this case. Posted by divorcelawyerconnecticut on February 19, in Uncategorized. An illegal alien from El Salvador pleaded guilty Wednesday February 13, , to recruiting a year-old runaway to engage in commercial sex for a prostitution ring.
Formerly from Adelphi, Md. Guerrero Andrade pled guilty to child sex trafficking, which carries a mandatory minimum of 10 years and a maximum of life in prison. Sentencing is scheduled for May 10, We will continue to diligently work with our law enforcement partners to combat sex trafficking in our community. According a statement of facts filed with her plea agreement, Guerrero Andrade admitted that she met a year-old runaway in January and encouraged her to work as a prostitute for an organization run by Julio Cesar Revolorio Ramos, whom Guerrero Andrade was dating.
After the victim spoke to Revolorio Ramos by phone, Guerrero Andrade introduced the victim to him and the two of them transported the victim from Maryland into Virginia to work as a prostitute, even though they knew the victim was under 18 years of age. On the first day the victim was trafficked, she had sexual relations with approximately 17 customers, and on the third day she had sexual relations with 25 customers.
In June , Guerrero Andrade invited the victim to live in the basement of the home she shared with Revolorio Ramos. One week after moving in to the home, Revolorio Ramos again prostituted the victim, and the victim paid rent with the money she received from prostitution. Guerrero Andrade also admitted that in , she provided the victim with contact information for other prostitution organizations so the victim could work for those organizations during the weeks she was not being prostituted by Revolorio Ramos.
Founded in , the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force is a collaboration of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies — along with nongovernmental organizations — dedicated to combating human trafficking and related crimes. Posted by divorcelawyerconnecticut on February 15, in Uncategorized. A federal jury found three Jacksonville brothers guilty of marriage fraud charges Thursday, February 7, The guilty verdicts resulted from an investigation by U. Citizenship and Immigration Services and unlawfully attempting to procure naturalization and citizenship.
According to testimony and evidence presented at trial, the brothers are Syrian citizens who recruited three U. The men entered into the marriages to become legal permanent residents, and then, citizens of the United States. Shahla, Antoun Chahla and Fadi Chahla entered into the fraudulent marriages in , and , respectively. They made cash payments to the women for participating in the fraudulent marriages. Some of those payments were made on a monthly basis. The first trip to Syria was to become engaged to Fadi Chahla, and the second trip was to enter into a fraudulent marriage with him.
Shahla, Antoun Chahla and Fadi Chahla each made false statements in their applications for legal immigration status and citizenship. They also lied to immigration officers when they were interviewed about their fraudulent marriages. Prior to the interviews with the immigration officer, the couples met to discuss the details of their purported marriages and rehearse the stories they would tell the immigration officer. As a result of their fraudulent actions, Shahla, Antoun Chahla and Fadi Chahla became legal permanent residents of the United States, but the conspiracy was discovered by law enforcement authorities before their citizenship applications were processed.
They are now subject to deportation based on their convictions. The three women involved in the fraudulent marriages previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit marriage fraud. They agreed to cooperate with the investigation and were each sentenced to two years of probation. Each brother faces a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison for the conspiracy charge and up to 10 years in federal prison for each of the other offenses. The sentencing hearings have not been scheduled.
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