The South Campus of Vance-Granville Community College, like all of the college’s four campuses, offers a wide array of computer extension classes. However, two computer classes are taught only at South Campus, on N.C. 56 between Butner and Creedmoor. Microsoft Publisher, a desktop publishing program, will be offered for the first time this fall in …Read More
In response to increased interest in the Internet, Vance-Granville Community College will offer two computer classes on the Internet this in the evenings at its Warren County Campus. Fall classes will begin after Labor Day in September, and VGCC will offer eight computer classes at the campus in Warrenton. Also, VGCC offers 84 computer classes …Read More
Do you have a story inside you just bursting to get out? A Vance-Granville Community College personal enrichment class will help you get those thoughts on paper. Dr. Bob Toler will teach “Telling One’s Own Story” on Mondays, beginning Sept. 11 and ending Nov. 13, on the college’s main campus in Vance County. Classes will …Read More
Numerous people are moving into North Carolina from other countries, many of them Spanish-speaking, and they need to learn English in order to cope with their new neighbors, schools and jobs. A great many of these are turning to the state’s community colleges, which offer English-As-A-Second-Language (ESL) training free of charge. Vance-Granville Community College operates …Read More
Vance-Granville Community College pinned the 25 members of the 2005 Radiography graduating class in ceremonies May 12 in the Civic Center. The graduates, who received their Associate in Applied Science degrees at commencement ceremonies May 14, are: Lillian A. Parks, Donna K. Parrish, Lora L. Pittman and P. Michelle Sanford of Henderson, Chantelle B. Perry …Read More
In the top photograph above, VGCC President Robert A. Miller presents a GED certificate to Douglas Cook during graduation ceremonies for the Families in School Together program at Carver Elementary School on June 6. At left in the photo is Sue Grissom, director of Workplace Literacy in VGCC’s Continuing Education department. Another GED recipient …Read More
Vance-Granville Community College has added nine courses from two additional companies to its online library of computer extension courses. Online courses are ones that individuals can work on at home or in their workplaces, and they do not have to attend classes on one of VGCC’s four campuses. The college has been offering courses by …Read More
VANCE COUNTY: Vance-Granville Community College inducted 65 students April 27 into the Alpha Sigma Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges offering associate degrees. Vance County residents inducted were, left to right, front row, Eugenia L. Maddox, Jackie C. Baynes, Tonja A. Dause, Marybeth Keeton, Sandra N. Russell, Tomika …Read More
A local artist who has studied landscape painting with some of the country’s master painters will share his techniques with a personal enrichment class beginning at Vance-Granville Community College’s main campus on June 15. Leonard F. Henderson, who teaches special education at Eaton-Johnson Middle School, has been a professional artist since 1963. He toured the …Read More
Angela Cozart of Creedmoor took first place April 10 in the annual Vance-Granville Community College Cosmetology Hair Styling competition. Cozart’s creation, “Ancient Times Over the Rainbow,” took top honors over dozens of cosmetology students from all four of VGCC’s campuses. Cozart is in the day program at South Campus between Butner and Creedmoor, and …Read More
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