DSLCC Student Emergency Fund
DSLCC students are in need now more than ever.
DSLCC Receives and Distributes CARES Act Funding
Emergency Financial Aid Grants for Students
DSLCC Student to Combine Business, Nursing Skills
Like a lot of high school and college-aged students, Brooke Brackenridge wasn’t exactly sure where she wanted her career path to take her.
First Student Completes Google IT Course at DSLCC
Shannon Brantley of Clifton Forge is the first student to complete the Google IT (Information Technology) Professional Certificate course being hosted by Dabney S.
DSLCC Offers Robust Class Schedule this Fall
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent quarantine, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be offering a robust class schedule this fall, in both online and hybrid settings, it has been announced by DSLCC President Dr.
Dr. Rainone Names to AACC Board of Directors
Dr. John Rainone, president of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, will join the board of directors of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), headquartered in Washington, DC.
Dr. James Cook New Director of Institutional Advancement at DSLCC
Dr. James Cook of Lexington has been appointed to the position of Director of Institutional Advancement at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College / Executive Director of the DSLCC Educational Foundation, it has been announced by DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone.
DSLCC is committed to helping our students in every aspect of their lives during this time. We are continually working to keep our students, staff, and community updated on issues related to COVID-19 and DSLCC.
Tamra Lipscomb Names new IST Program Head at DSLCC
Tamra Lipscomb of Lexington, former director of the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Rockbridge Regional Center in Buena Vista and former director of DSLCC Technical Services, is returning to DSLCC as the Information Systems Technology (IST) Program Head, it was announced recently by Dr.
Community College Philanthropists Honored with 2020 Chancellor's Award for Leadership in Philanthropy
The Virginia Community College System and Chancellor Glenn DuBois have presented Carol O. and Morris Thomas Hudson of St. Augustine, FL, with the 15th Annual Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy. They were nominated for the award by the Dabney S.
Life at DSLCCDSLCC's Statement of Value
DSLCC's Statement of Values stresses that the
heart and soul of the college is learning and personal growth. The concept of
learning may be different for each individual who decides to take advantage of the programs and services offered through the college. One student may take a credit course to improve skills in a specific subject while another may want to enroll in a weekend special interest class just for fun. As a community college, DSLCC strives to fully meet the diverse needs of everyone we serve and those whom we hope to serve in the future.In its history spanning over fifty years, DSLCC has assisted thousands of students. These individuals enrolled to acquire knowledge, prepare for a job, earn credits to transfer to a four-year college or university, learn a new hobby, learn ways in which to be a more informed citizen, or brush up on basic skills they need as a foundation for further study.