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Additional Student Services

  • Tutoring/Study Skills – Beth Gianato, B-152, 276-964-7624
    If you find you need tutoring or have concerns about your ability to complete your coursework, let your instructor know right away, or contact Student Support Services for assistance.
  • Academic Preparation Video Tutorials
    Need help with the Virginia Placement Test (VPT) or the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) for nursing and allied health? Been out of school for a while and need a refresher course? WE CAN HELP! Find out how on the Academic Preparation page.
  • TRIO Programs, Dr. Mike Henry, Project ACHIEVE Director, B-152, 276-964-7233
  • Project ACHIEVE Counselor (Transfer Counseling/Advising) – Dr. Susie Mullins, B-152, 276-964-7231
  • Upward Bound Director, April Quesenberry, B-126, 276-964-7336
  • The WALL – Writing Assistance Learning Lab
    Email thewall@sw.edu for info and to schedule an appointment.

Student Contacts

Interim Dean of Student Success, Lisa Haywood, Buchanan Hall, 276-964-7220

Registrar, Admissions Office, Alta Lewis, Dellinger Hall, 276-964-7293

  • Application & Program Assistance
  • Graduation 
  • Program changes, name changes, or other personal data updates in your student record cannot be made online. To make changes to your personal data profile, bring your identification to the Admissions Office and staff will verify and update your information in the system.
  • Transcript Processing
  • SWCC Catalogs that were published only in print from 1968-2018 are archived and available for review in Admissions.

Director of Admissions & Academic Accessibility Services, Dionne Cook, Dellinger Hall, 276-964-7301

Student Support

If you need assistance at any time while a student at SWCC, you can contact the Dean of Student Success office at 276-964-7675, OR see Dionne Cook in Dellinger Hall, or connect with her by phone at 276- 964-7301 or email dionne.cook@sw.edu.

College News

May 29th | 2024

BLUEFIELD, VA—69 Virginia Community College (69) will offer its Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program in Bluefield, Virginia, beginning in August for the Fall 2024 term. This program is designed to

May 13th | 2024

69 Virginia Community College celebrated its commencement with 570 candidates for graduation this year. The event featured a capacity crowd and included speeches from college leaders and guests. Dr. Ron

May 9th | 2024

A record setting number of dual-enrollment students at 69 Virginia Community College (SWCC) are being awarded the Governor’s Medallion for earning an associate degree while still in high school. The

May 7th | 2024

69 Virginia Community College has named Dr. Ron E. Proffitt this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Proffitt, who served at 69 as Interim Vice President of Instruction and Student Services

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Davis Hall is temporarily closed for repairs. Day & night classes in Davis Hall are canceled on April 17 & 18.