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SACS Reaffirmation Committee Chair To Visit VGCC Main Campus On Jan. 22

Dr. Frank Friedman, chairman of Vance-Granville Community College’s SACS Reaffirmation Committee, will make his preliminary visit to the college on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Dr. Friedman, president of Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, will be here to assess the college’s preparations for the committee’s April visit, to make final logistical arrangements and to answer questions about  Read More

Granville Man Uses VGCC As Boost To College Teaching Career, Doctorate

Granville County native Ron Alligood II had his bachelor’s degree and teaching certificate. He had a job he liked, and he could have become complacent. But he didn’t, and he turned to Vance-Granville Community College to help spur him on to bigger and better things.  Alligood was born in Butner, the son of Ron and  Read More

VGCC Offers Free Marketing Workshop For Business Owners At Franklin Campus

Marketing for small business is undergoing a revolution, and Vance-Granville Community College wants to help Franklin County small business operators cope with these changes. A free workshop on “Marketing in Tough Times” will be held on Thursday, Feb. 13, from 6 to 9 p.m. at VGCC’s Franklin County Campus on N.C. 56 west of Louisburg.   Read More

Student Government Association Sponsoring Bloodmobile Visit On Wednesday, Jan. 22

The VGCC Student Government Association will sponsor a Bloodmobile visit on the Main Campus on Wednesday, Jan. 22, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the Civic Center. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to support this worthwhile project. The visits during the past academic year were very successful, according to  Read More

VGCC Alumni To Meet, Elect Officers

  Alumni! Tell us about yourself! We are creating a Guestbook! Click here ! The Alumni Association of Vance-Granville Community College will meet in late January to elect officers and to discuss the focus of the association. All alumni of the college and current members of the association are encouraged to attend. The meeting is  Read More

LPN Class Helps Others During Thanksgiving Holiday

The 2002-2003 LPN class has had a busy fall semester. A very diverse group of individuals came together and decided to help their community by putting together a food drive. A box for donations was placed inside the lobby of the nursing faculty and staff, and filled with canned goods and non-perishable food items. These  Read More

Ambassador Spotlight – Stephanie Parrish

Meet Stephanie Parrish, Human Services Technology major from Creedmoor. Stephanie became an Ambassador because she “wanted to get more involved with the students of VGCC.” She says that the instructors and staff are very helpful, and that she does not feel like she is ‘lost in the crowd’. Concentrating in substance abuse counseling, Stephanie speaks  Read More

VGCC Offers Training For Unemployed, Underemployed At Warren Co. Campus

The Workforce Investment Act and Human Resources Development programs at Vance-Granville Community College will offer an intensive office skills training class at its Warren County Campus. The 11-week class will begin Monday, Feb. 17, and run to Thursday, May 1, at the campus on Ridgeway Street in Warrenton. Class hours are 8:30 a.m. to 2:30  Read More


Bill Conover, right, vice president of Revlon Inc., presents $12,000 to Vance-Granville Community College President Robert A. Miller to endow a Presidential Merit Award scholarship at the college. A deserving student will receive $1,000 annually, beginning this fall, from the Revlon PMA. A long-time supporter of Vance-Granville, the Oxford-based Revlon had previously endowed three Academic  Read More

March 15 Is Priority Deadline For Scholarships & Financial Aid In 2003-04

Now is the time to be applying for scholarships and be completing financial aid forms for the upcoming academic year. Scholarship applications are available from the Student Services offices in Building 8 and the Financial Aid Office in Building 4 for students who wish to apply for the 2003-2004 school year. The scholarships, made possible  Read More