Students have until May 15 to apply for myriad of unique scholarship opportunities
Virginia Western Community College’s tuition is approximately one-third that of a typical four-year college. However, many students continue to face financial hardships that prevent their access to education, causing barriers to future growth and achievement. Individuals, businesses, community organizations and corporations have generously invested in scholarships at Virginia Western, making college possible for many deserving students. Continue reading Application period for Fall 2015 scholarships at Virginia Western now open→
Annually on March 8, thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate achievements. This year’s theme, “Make It Happen,” the event brings together a group of impressive women to speak about how they Make it Happen in their careers and communities on Sunday, March 8, between 2:00-3:30 p.m. at South Roanoke County Library, 6303 Merriman Road, Roanoke. Continue reading Roanoke celebrates First Annual International Women’s Day→
City and other officials will join the LAHS Steering Committee for the ground-breaking ceremony of future construction of the LAHS Monument Wall on the grounds of the now Lucy Addison Middle School. The wall will serve as a lasting tribute to alumni and a testimony to Ms. Lucy Addison, former high school faculty and staff. Continue reading LAHS Monument Wall Ground-breaking→
BLACKSBURG – Sharrika Adams, associate dean of students at Virginia Tech, has been given the additional responsibility of director, student advocacy.
Adams will provide oversight for the daily advocacy operation and supervise a staff of six professionals, convene the weekly care team meetings, and serve as liaison to stakeholders and partners on campus.