FastForward Makes Training Affordable at DSLCCTags: Adult Learning, Community, News & Notes, Programs, Student Success, Adult Education, AP220, CDL, DIY or How-To, Drone Technology, Non-Credit, Nursing, Students, Truck Driving Schools, Tuition, Veterans, Welding, Workforce
DSLCC To Launch Basketball Program, Fall 2019Tags: Adult Learning, Athletic, Community, News & Notes, Foundation, Programs, Student Success, Adult Education, Alumni, Basketball, Certification, Dual Enrollment, Educational Foundation, Governor's School, Sports, Students, Veterans, Workforce
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will launch a men’s and women’s basketball program in the fall of 2019, it was announced today by DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone.
Fly Fishing Workshop Set August 4 at DSLCCTags: Adult Learning, Community, News & Notes, Programs, Student Success, Adult Education, Alumni, DIY or How-To, Non-Credit, Students, Veterans, Workforce
A new non-credit class, “Introduction to Fly Fishing," has been added to the summer schedule by Dabney S.
DSLCC Grad Now Working for College’s Workforce Solutions DivisionTags: Adult Education, Community, Phi Thete Kappa, Programs, Student Success, Alumni, Certification, Non-Credit, Students, Veterans, Workforce
David Shofstahl’s dream of laying bricks and working construction while at the same time helping to develop similar skills in other people has come full circle.
DSLCC Hosts 50th Annual Commencement ExercisesTags: News & Notes, Community, Foundation, Student Success, Adult Education, Certification, Dabney Promise, Dual Enrollment, Nursing, Scholarship, Students, Veterans
CLIFTON FORGE -- More than 200 students received a total of over 400 associate degrees, certificates and career studies certificates during the 50th annual commencement exercises at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College on Friday, May 12.
Tuition Assistance Programs for Workforce Credentials OfferedTags: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Community, Non-Credit, Programs, Students, Tuition, Veterans
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College offers eligible residents options for financial assistance for workforce training.
Those seeking select industry credentials may apply for funding under a program that was established by the state in 2016 to help with the shortage of qualified workers who have select high-demand industry credentials.