DSLCC Scholarship Application Open; Workshops Available
The Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Educational Foundation is proud to announce the availability of over one hundred scholarship opportunities. The online scholarship application is currently open to all current and prospective DSLCC students, and the deadline to apply is February 24.
Alumni Night Set at DSLCC Roadrunner Game Feb. 4
Dr. Rainone Earns Fund Raising Recertification
CFRE International is proud to announce Dr. John Rainone, President of Dabney S.
Introductory Welding Course Begins January 9 at DSLCC
An introductory course in shielded metal arc welding (SMAW/stick-welding) has been schedule
Wilson Cup Award winner recognized
The winner of the 2019 Wilson Cup for Scholarship, Character and Community Service, a prestigious award presented annually
Tuition-Free Community College Program for Low- and Middle-Income Students Announced
ANNANDALE—Governor Ralph Northam has
DSLCC Signs First Player for Women’s Basketball Team
Julie Agee, a senior from Greenbrier West High School, has become the first player to sign a letter of intent for the newl
Five Healthcare Courses Set for 2020 at DSLCC
NCCER Core Curriculum Course Starts February 17
Six CDL-A Courses Scheduled at DSLCC for 2020
Six Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) courses have been scheduled in 2020 at 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.