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VGCC faculty present perspectives on water

Vance-Granville Community College’s Arts and Sciences division recently conducted a lecture series on the theme of water. During the fall semester, faculty members from various departments within the division were invited to make presentations, open to the entire college, applying their particular fields of expertise to the subject.


The series kicked off with presentations by two Biology instructors, Dr. Dan Settles and Dr. Kambiz Tahmaseb, entitled “Water: the Essence of Life.” Settles focused on aquaponics, which can be used to... | Read More...

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Discounts on High School Equivalency tests, practice tests available at VGCC

Through Feb. 28, local adults can save $5 on a High School Equivalency (HSE) practice test or $10 on their first official test at Vance-Granville Community College, thanks to new special offers from the national GED Testing Service.


Adults studying for the GED test can take the official “GED Ready” practice test for $1 rather than the typical $6. | Read More...

VGCC invites high school seniors to FAFSA Day Feb. 28

Registration is now open for FAFSA Day 2015, a statewide event that will be hosted locally on the Main Campus of Vance-Granville Community College on Saturday, Feb. 28, from approximately 9 a.m. until noon.


VGCC will hold FAFSA Day on the third floor of building 7 on the college’s Main Campus in Vance County. Registration in advance is strongly encouraged. Read More...

VGCC welcomes Wright back to Board of Trustees, gets grants update

Vance-Granville Community College’s Board of Trustees welcomed home a familiar face at its bi-monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 26, and received an update on grants received in 2014.


Danny W. Wright of Henderson was sworn in by District Court Judge J. Henry Banks to the seat previously held by Vance County Schools Superintendent Ronald E. Gregory.


Wright, appointed by the Vance County |

VGCC Main Campus hosts two Small Business Seminars

The Vance-Granville Community College Small Business Center has scheduled a pair of free seminars for Thursday, Feb. 12, at the college’s Main Campus in Vance County. Both are presented by Mike Collins, a motivational speaker and president of The Perfect Workday Company in Raleigh, who has led numerous seminars and workshops at VGCC in the past.


The first seminar, “Getting It |

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