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March 26, 2015

Sons of Norway



Blafjell Lodge 3-646 was chartered in 1996, now celebrating our 19th year, meeting on the fourth Saturday of each month, 3:00-5:00 pmFellowship Hall, College Lutheran Church,  210 College Avenue, Salem.

MORE INFORMATION?  Call Joann Barfield, 380-2926, or

e-mail mjghbarfield@aol.com

Free Movie: Selma, playing tomorrow

Martin Luther King and the civil rights marches of Selma, Alabama, that changed America forever. Starring David Oyelowo and Carmen Ejogo. Run time: 2 hrs 2 minutes
This film is rated PG-13.

Students, Faculty and Staff are welcome to attend and bring family and friends!
Free admission

Whitman Theatre, First Floor Business Science
Friday, March 27: 11:15 AM (Closed Caption), 2:00 PM, and 6:00 PM

Contact Natasha Lee nlee@virginiawestern.edu for more information.

ID office closed

The student ID office is closed until next week.  When the ID office reopens, Student Activities will send out a bulletin.

TED Talk Thursday – Reclaim Your Self Esteem

The Student Activities Office will be hosting a weekly TED Talk Series this spring in the new Student Life Center!

Join your Student Activities department and fellow students every Thursday at 1pm on the 3rd floor of the Student Life Center (S307) to sip caffeinated beverages, watch selected Ted Talks (www.ted.com) and after, stay for some enlightening (or just plain silly) conversations.

This week's talk: 
Meaghan Ramsey: Why thinking you're ugly is bad for you - About 10,000 people a month Google the phrase, “Am I ugly?” Meaghan Ramsey of the Dove Self-Esteem Project has a feeling that many of them are young girls. In a deeply unsettling talk, she walks us through the surprising impacts of low body and image confidence—from lower grade point averages to greater risk-taking with drugs and alcohol. And then shares the key things all of us can do to disrupt this reality.
Guy Winch:Why we all need to practice emotional first aid - We'll go to the doctor when we feel flu-ish or a nagging pain. So why don’t we see a health professional when we feel emotional pain: guilt, loss, loneliness? Too many of us deal with common psychological-health issues on our own, says Guy Winch. But we don’t have to. He makes a compelling case to practice emotional hygiene — taking care of our emotions, our minds, with the same diligence we take care of our bodies.

What is GENERAL STUDIES anyway??? Ever wondered?

Do you really know what General Studies is all about? Are you in General Studies now, but aren't sure if it is the best major for your transfer plans? Thinking of changing your major to General Studies? Then come learn more about the General Studies Program at VWCC! Registration recommended – directions below.

Topics Include:

  • What is General Studies & what can I do with it?
  • Transferring to a 4-year school
  • Disucssion of other Transfer Majors @ VWCC
  • Planning for program completion/graduation & more!

Come to DUNCAN 201 at a date & time below

  1. Monday, March 30: 5:30 - 6:20 p.m.
  2. Tuesday, March 31: 2:00 - 2:50 p.m.
  3. Wednesday, April 1st: Noon - 12:50 p.m.

Questions: Contact Mandy Garcia - Program Advisor for Liberal Arts & Social Sciences at mgarcia@virginiawestern.edu or 857-6710

Registration: To register follow the link to the directions http://www.virginiawestern.edu/studenthelp/student/sailsappointment.php and instead of selecting an appointment time with Mandy Garcia select the group session you wish to attend from my schedule (3/30 @ 5:30; 3/31 @ 2:00 or 4/1 @ Noon): If you cannot access this please email me from your student email account with the date you wish to attend.

Job Seekers Wanted – Xperience 2015

Xperience 2015 is bringing together some of the most influential and connected thinkers and doers in the region to help you see the Roanoke and New River valleys in a new light – a place to pursue dreams, meet like-minded leaders, raise a family, wander and explore.  In other words, to excel with a perfect work-life balance.

On March 27th and 28th, launch your Roanoke Xperience with this exclusive, behind the scenes look at Real Careers in Real Places.  Learn about specific careers from Roanoke employers and have the chance to get your questions answered.  Xperience is ideal for out-of-towners and young professionals already in the region.

CostSpecial Student Rate $10 See your Career Center to register and find out more information.

Featuring Presentations from Participating Employers ·  Advance Auto Parts ·  Carilion Clinic ·  CoLab ·  Corvesta ·  Interactive Achievement ·  Member One Credit Union ·  Neathawk Dubuque & Packett ·  Scott Insurance

Presentation on Job Trends in the Roanoke Region

Industries Represented: Accounting, Advertising, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare, Insurance, IT, Marketing



Today, Thursday, March 26, 11am - 3pm at

Green Ridge Recreation Center.

You can register at the event: bring your student ID, copies of your resume,

and please wear professional attire.

Visit this website to see some of the 55 companies that will be there: http://careerpremierefair.com/students/employer-list/

Any questions, contact the Hall Career Center 857-7298

March 25, 2015


Know someone who texts or is distracted while driving? Join Roanoke City, Salem and Virginia Western Police Departments for a DISTRACTED DRIVING EVENT.

Wednesday, April 8th 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in parking lot 9 (behind the Bus Stop)

Activities will include the Driving Simulator and the Texting Golf Cart.

Free food coupons for participants while supplies last!

Radford University On-Site Admissions!

Radford University will be on campus in the Natural Science Center, Tuesday, April 7th for On-Site Admissions.  You will need to schedule an appointment in the Advising Office in Chapman Hall, room 105. The deadline for scheduling an appointment will be Friday, April 3rd.  Appointments will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis, so schedule early!

To sign up for an appointment with a Radford University Admissions Representative you must:

  1. Complete the online application to Radford University.
  2. Print out a copy of the complete application and bring it to Heather Hunter in Chapman 105  to sign up for a specific meeting time (appointments will be scheduled in 20 minute increments).
  3. Bring official transcripts from VWCC and any other colleges & universities you have previously attended to Heather Hunter in Chapman 105 (Unofficial transcripts will not be reviewed).
  4. Bring official high school transcripts (necessary if you have not taken a college level math, successfully completed developmental math that includes up through Algebra II,  or if you have completed less than 24 transferable credits)

Please be aware that in order to make an appointment you will need to turn in ALL of the required documents.

What Happens During My On-Site Admissions Appointment?         

  1. You will meet with an admissions representative from Radford University.
  2. You will receive an admissions decision!
  3. You will find out more about transfer scholarships and will learn about the next steps after being accepted.

Transfer Week!

Virginia Western's Transfer Week is this week, March 23-26.  It will be held on the 3rd floor of the Student Life Center from 9am-2pm daily.  Below is the schedule for which schools will be attending.

  • Monday, March 23: Averett University, Ferrum College, George Mason University, Hollins University, Old Dominion University
  • Tuesday, March 24: James Madison University, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Liberty University, Radford University, Radford University - RHEC
  • Wednesday, March 25: Radford University, Radford University - RHEC, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech
  • Thursday, March 26: Bluefield College, Lynchburg College, Randolph College, Roanoke College

No appointment is necessary to attend.  If you have any questions please contact Steven Chichester at schichester@virginiawestern.edu