News & Notes #17Tags: Community, News & Notes
“Auld Lang Syne”. You may have heard or sung that Scottish tune that brings to mind people and things from the past, even very “long, long ago.” At year’s end, many of us reflect on all of the things that have impacted our lives during the past twelve months.
DSLCC Has Highest Fall Enrollment Increase in VCCSTags: Community, Dual Enrollment, Programs, Registration
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College had the highest fall enrollment increase in the Virginia Community College System, with numbers up 11% over fall 2015 figures.
DSLCC Represented at VCCS 50th Anniversary GalaTags: Community, Foundation, Educational Foundation
Several representatives from Dabney S.
Talent Search Awarded 5-Year GrantTags: Community, Programs, Talent Search, TRIO
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.
DSLCC Student Katie Boggs Selected for Prestigious AwardTags: Community, Scholarship, Students
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College is pleased to announce that Katie Boggs of Covington has been selected as part of the sixth class of the Valley Proteins Fellows Program, administered by the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education. Boggs, a full-time student at DSLCC, is one of only nine individuals statewide selected for the prestigious award.
DSLCC & Mary Baldwin partnershipTags: Adult Education, Community, Mary Baldwin, Online, Partnership, Programs
Dr. John Rainone, president of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, met with Dr. Pamela Fox, president of Mary Baldwin College, during a recent visit to Staunton.
DSLCC Capital Campaign Passes $4M MarkTags: Community, Educational Foundation
The largest comprehensive fund-raising campaign in the 53-year history of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College passed the $4 million mark, it was announced Wednesday at a celebration gathering on the DSLCC Clifton Forge campus. The original goal of “Imagine, Invest, Inspire – The Campaign for DSLCC”, launched last September by the DSLCC Educational Foundation, was $3.5 million.
Major Gifts Campaign Celebration Set June 29 at DSLCCTags: Community, Educational Foundation
The Dabney S.
Early College Program at DSLCCTags: Community, Early College
An orientation session was recently held at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College for students enrolled in the Early College Program that is being offered for eligible students at Alleghany High School. Pictured (from left) are Gene Kotulka, Superintendent of Alleghany County Public Schools; AHS students Joseph Mayes, Jr. and Morgan Hall; DSLCC President Dr.
New Arts Management Program Begins This Fall at DSLCCTags: Arts, Community, Programs
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College is registering now for fall courses in a new Career Studies Certificate program that will introduce students to Arts Management. The courses will cover topics that support arts-based organizations and contribute to their sustained success.