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October 9, 2013

Transfer Week!

Thinking about transferring?

Come to Virginia Western's Transfer Week, Oct 14-17, from 9:30am - 2:30pm in the 1st floor lobby of the Business Science Hall.

Meet with admissions counselors from schools all across Virginia like, Virginia Tech, UVA, Radford University, Old Dominion, VCU, Roanoke College, Ferrum College, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Hollins University, and many more!

Come learn about specific programs offered at four-year schools and have your questions about transferring answered by representatives from the schools you are interested in attending.

The schedule for the week is as follows:

Monday (Oct. 14) - Bridgewater College, Roanoke College, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), University of Virginia (UVA)

Tuesday (Oct. 15) - Averett University, Ferrum College, Old Dominion University, Radford University (Roanoke Campus), Virginia Tech (College of Natural Resources)

Wednesday (Oct. 16) - Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Radford University, Hollins University

Thursday (Oct. 17) - Bluefield College, Lynchburg College, Mary Baldwin College, Virginia Tech

Contact Steven Chichester in Chapman 105 with any questions.

Don’t let anything stand in the way between you and a college education!

The Spring 2014 Educational Foundation Scholarship Application is now available. The deadline to apply is Friday, October 25, 2013. All materials must be hand delivered to the Educational Foundation, Fishburn Hall 214 by 4 p.m. on October 25. Please email Carolyn Payne at cpayne@virginiawestern.edu or call 540-857-6371 with any questions.

 

Apply now: http://www.virginiawestern.edu/foundation/scholarship/index.php

Free Movies!

Get a second chance to see one of these recent Hollywood films!  All films will be shown in Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science.

The Conjuring - Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.  Horror.

When:  Friday, October 11

2 p.m.

Where: Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science

FREE! Open to students, faculty/staff and guests!

Free popcorn available in the lobby before the show!

 

Coming Soon:

As I Lay Dying - Based on the classic by William Faulkner, it is the story of the death of Addie Bundren and her family's quest to honor her wish to be buried in the nearby town of Jefferson.  Drama.

When:  Thursday, November 7

2 PM

For more information, contact Student Activities Coordinator Natasha Lee at nlee@virginiawestern.edu or 857-6326.

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS!
VWCC has an International Student Club and all are invited to be a part of things! Our purpose is to provide academic and social support to international students at VWCC (however, you do not have to be an international student to be involved!). We have two events coming up that we hope you will be able to attend!
 
BOWLING NIGHT
Friday, October 11, 5pm – 7pm
Join us for a night of free bowling! We will meet at the Lee-Hi Bowling Lanes on Apperson Drive at 5pm. Mark your calendars now, more details to follow! For more information, or to sign up, contact Rick Robers at rrobers@virginiawestern.edu
 
OCTOBER MEETING – FREE LUNCH!
Tuesday, October 15th, Noon
Thomas Center, Room 205
We will have a brief information session on financial aid, employment, and other ways to fund your education. We will then plan for future activities including a BIG EVENT in November involving food, music, and entertainment from all cultures (more information to come). We will also have time to meet and socialize!

REACH – Student Support Services Now Accepting Applications!

REACH – Student Support Services
Now Accepting Applications!
 
You should consider applying for the REACH program at VWCC if you are a student with academic potential and meet one or more (you do not have to have all three) of the following requirements:
·         Receiving financial aid
·         Working with a disability
·         First generation college student (neither parent has a college degree)
 
Benefits of being a REACH student:
·         Priority registration (sign up for classes before everyone else)!
·         Free personal, academic, and career counseling!
·         Other free resources – field trips, educational workshops, etc.!
 
To apply, visit the REACH office in Webber Hall, Room 212!