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SVCC Catalog/Handbook 2017-2018

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Christanna Campus 109 Campus Drive Alberta, VA 23821 (434) 949-1000 V/TDD (434) 949-1092 Fax: (434) 949-7863 Campus Locations Off-Campus Centers John H. Daniel Campus 200 Daniel Road Keysville, VA 23947 (434) 736-2000 Fax: (434) 736-2082 Southside Virginia Education Center 1300 Greensville County Circle, Suite A Emporia, VA 23847 (434) 634-9358 Estes Community Center 316 N. Main Street Chase City, VA 23924 (434) 372-0194 • Fax: (434) 372-0784 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center 820 Bruce Street South Boston, VA 24592 (434) 572-5451 • Fax: (434) 572-5463 Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center 118 E. Danville Street South Hill, VA 23970 (434) 955-2252 SVCC Occupational/Technical Center 1041 W. 10th Street, Pickett Park Blackstone, VA 23824 (434) 292-3101 • Fax: (434) 292-4037 College Website www.southside.edu Educational Advancement Center Cumberland Community Center 1874 Anderson Highway Cumberland, VA 23040 (804) 492-9275 Toll Free 1-888-220-SVCC To reach Admissions, Financial Aid, Counseling, Workforce Development, or Nursing Nothing herein shall be interpreted as creating any right or benefit not duly authorized as provided by law, or which is contrary to any law, policy, rule or regulation of the Commonwealth of Virginia or of the State Board for Com- munity Colleges. Nothing herein shall be interpreted as restricting the authority of the State Board for Community Colleges conferred by the Virginia General Assembly. The statements and provisions in this catalog or the application for admission are not to be regarded as a contract between the student and the college that cannot be recalled. The college reserves the right to change, when war- ranted, any of the provisions, schedules, programs, or fees, as might be required. Supplements may be issued to this catalog as considered necessary by the college. PUBLIC NOTICE: Southside Virginia Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or disability in its programs or activities. Southside Virginia Community College offers programs in many vocational areas under its open door admissions policy. Specifically, Southside Virginia Community College offers admissions based on selective criteria in Nursing through a separate application process that is non-discriminatory. For more information about the application process, contact the admissions office at 1-888-220-7822. Lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational programs. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Shannon Vassar Feinman, Affirmative Action Officer, 109 Campus Drive, Alberta, Virginia 23821 (434) 949-1000. For further information, call 1-800- 421- 3481 for the address and phone number of the OCR enforcement office that serves your area. www.southside.edu SVCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution.

President’s Message “Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.” Marian Wright Edelman Offering education to everyone who can benefit from our courses or programs is the mission of Southside Virginia Community College. Our dedicated staff, faculty and administrators continually strive to offer the most current curricu- lum and services, cutting edge technology and opportunities for future success to our students. We plan to move forward with a passion but also with a purpose to serve and deliver the best educational experience possible. SVCC is a comprehensive community college providing quality education to the people of Southside Virginia for more than four decades. Through a wide range of post-secondary programs which includes transfer, technical, vocational and community service, SVCC makes its impact. The college’s service area, the largest geographical area within the Virginia Community College System, includes the counties of Brunswick, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Greensville, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, and Prince Edward and the city of Emporia. Recognized throughout the Commonwealth for the leadership it has provided in the development of innovative programs, the college takes pride in its community-based education approach to meeting the needs of service area constituents. This can best be demonstrated by its many off-campus centers; its leadership in workforce develop- ment; its Dual Enrollment Program; and its involvement in the Governor’s School of Southside Virginia. Our future is interwoven with the development of our community; as our service area communities grow, so will we. But education is more than just the relationship between a single teacher and one student. At Southside Virginia Community College, virtually all our programs involve collaborative efforts. We are truly a college of and by the community. The college is proud of the quality instruction it can provide to a very diverse constituency in both traditional classroom environments and through distance education options. Southside Virginia Community College offers numerous classes through an extensive two-way interactive audio and video network and online classes. The college has a teaching staff of highly professional educators who have as their major focus the success of our students within a holistic environment. Transforming lives is our job, and we take it seriously at SVCC. A. Allison Roberts, PhD President

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    Description of Courses

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    career opportunities in the field.

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