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New Tuition Program for Workforce Credentials

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be offering eligible residents new options for financial assistance for workforce training, Those seeking select industry credentials may apply for funding under new programs that were established by the state in 2016 to help with the shortage of qualified workers who have select high-demand industry credentials.

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  • Contact Us

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    DSLCC is a great place to call home and we want to show you why. On a visit to our campus you will have an opportunity to explore activities and programs by meeting faculty and staff and seeing the facilities where you will study, eat, and play.

    You will also get important information to help prepare to become a DSLCC Roadrunner. Please let us know when you want to visit and we will be in contact shortly to confirm your visit date and time.

    Contact:  Suzanne H. Ostling at (540) 863-2820 or sostling@dslcc.edu

  • Talent Search Awarded 5- Year Grant

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    Dr. John Rainone, President of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, is pleased to announce that the college’s Educational Talent Search TRIO Program has been awarded a five-year $1.7 million grant from the Department of Education that will enable them to continue the program for the next five years

  • New Tuition Program for Workforce Credentials

    Read More DSLCC student welding

    Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be offering eligible residents new options for financial assistance for workforce training, Those seeking select industry credentials may apply for funding under new programs that were established by the state in 2016 to help with the shortage of qualified workers who have select high-demand industry credentials.

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Gary Appel JRGS

JRGS Certificate of Appreciation

June 11, 2018

JRGS Certificate of Appreciation Gary Appel (left) was recognized for his years of service as an instructor of statistics and pre-calculus for the Jackson River Governor’s School during the annual JRGS Scholars Banquet. Presenting the certificate of appreciation was JRGS Director Eddie Graham. Appel retired after 30 years of teaching at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, which hosts the Governor’s School. The banquet was held May 30 at Southern Virginia University …

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