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Davis Named OST Program Head

In addition to the naming of a new vice president and two deans, VGCC President Robert A. Miller has named Linda Davis as program head/instructor for the Office Systems Technology program, to succeed Marsha Nelson, the new dean of curriculum. Linda Davis has been a part of the Office Systems Technology program at VGCC for  Read More

VGCC Instructor Heath Heads State’s Only Community College-Based SNCAE Group

Teacher Associate program head and instructor Jacquelin Heath is in a unique position. Not only is she helping steer young people in the local area into the field of education, but she also heads the only community college-based Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) group in the state. Heath officially formed the VGCC SNCAE  Read More

Wilson Named Vice President; Nelson, Jones Become Deans

Robert A. Miller, VGCC president, has announced the following administrative changes, which went into effect Feb. 1: Fred Wilson, vice president Marsha Nelson, dean of curriculum and Vanessa Jones, dean of student development and advancement services “These appointments will position us for a smooth transition and help guarantee the success of our efforts,” Miller said  Read More

Artwork of 3 VGCC Instructors Selected For Display in Raleigh

Portraiture, ceramics and chair caning. All those arts and crafts will represent Vance-Granville Community College throughout 1999 in the offices of the North Carolina Community College System in Raleigh. The system has chosen works of three VGCC part-time instructors to brighten the halls and offices of the system in the Caswell Building, along with work  Read More

Participants Praise Exposure Businesses Get From Expo; 1999 Event Set May 20

“A lot of people who didn’t even know we were here became acquainted with our business.” That type of exposure was highly beneficial to The Peanut Roaster, said Carol Monahan, who with her husband, John, runs the peanut cooking, packaging and sales business on Zeb Robinson Road in Henderson. The Peanut Roaster had only been  Read More

Robert A. Miller Begins Job As New President Of VGCC

Vance-Granville Community College’s new president didn’t need much time to relocate; he simply had to move across the hall to take up his new position on Feb. 1. The college’s Board of Trustees unanimously elected Robert Adam Miller, the school’s current vice president, to take the top job during a special meeting Friday, Jan. 15.  Read More

VGCC To Celebrate Cultural Awareness

Wednesday, March 10 11:45 a.m.-3 p.m. VGCC Civic Center Schedule of Events 11:45 a.m.     Dancing by The Carver Elementary School Drum & Dance Troupe 12:30 p.m.     Dramatic Reading: “Wylde Women” by Jackie Wilson 12:45 p.m.     Poetic Expressions by Tameka Alston 1:00 p.m.       North Carolina State Cloggers 1:30 p.m.       Singing by The Royalty Ensemble of Dabney  Read More

VGCC Trustees Honor Retiring Chairman, Hear of Fall Enrollment, Construction Plans

John T. Church Sr. has resigned from the Vance-Granville Community College Board of Trustees due to health problems. In fact, he was not well enough to attend the board’s bi-monthly meeting Monday at which the trustees honored him for 30 years service to the college. The trustees unanimously adopted a resolution of appreciation to Church,  Read More

Address to VGCC Staff & Faculty

t is truly difficult for me to put into words the excitement that I feel to be given the opportunity to become president of this great institution. Vance-Granville Community College has leaped from the middle of the pack among North Carolina’s 59 community colleges to become a true leader in the system. To be given  Read More

VGCC Designated As Southern Regional Electronic Campus

What does VGCC have in common with UNC-Chapel Hill, Old Dominion University, The University of Kentucky, Florida State University and dozens of other prestigious Southeastern institutions? VGCC is the latest member of the Southern Regional Education Board’s Southern Regional Electronic Campus and is among dozens of universities and community colleges throughout the Southeast participating. The  Read More