DSLCC Forestry Porgram Earns Second Ten-Year Accreditation
The Forest Management Program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College has been accredited for another ten-year period by the Society of American Foresters, according to Program Head Scott Reigel.
Covington Teacher Comes from DSLCC Nursing Legacy
Chloe Bruce Hostetter had every intention of following in the footsteps of her mother and sister and grandmother, all nurses, and all graduates of the Dabney S.
Medal of Honor Recipient 1st Lt. Gary Lee Miller Recognized by Virginia TechLearn More
Gibson Brothers Credit DSLCC Degrees with Job Success
Brothers Austin and Alex Gibson are few years apart in age, but they have had similar experiences when it comes to their education and careers.
Governor Directs $30 Million to Support Workforce Training for Unemployed Virginians
Governor Ralph Northam has announced that Virginia is allocating $30 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act dollars to help Virginians whose employment has been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis pursue workforce training in a high-demand field.
DSLCC Receives Prominent Gerald Baliles Award
DSLCC Continues Online Classes for Spring Semester
EPA 608 Certification Class Set at DSLCC Rockbridge Center Nov. 7
EPA 608 Certification Class Set at DSLCC Rockbridge Center Nov.
"Miles for Meals” Raises Funds for DSLCC Student Emergency FundLearn More
DSLCC Achievement Center Awarded $1.6 Million GrantLearn More
Life at DSLCCWelcome to the Fall 2020 Semester!
DSLCC is open this fall and offering a full scope of courses and educational opportunities. While challenges still exist and conditions may not be ideal, we are here to help you succeed in whatever your plans are.
Check the resource pages below for more information, helpful tips, and next steps.