On April 29, the campus is hosting a community event and will close parking lot A-8 (Tyler Building), so that we can accommodate the event participants.
Time-frame: 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Please note that there will continue to be ample parking available in the Dawes Avenue Garage, the Beauregard Street Garage and the other parking lots.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
For more information please contact Marc Henderson | email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or Mike Delchamp | Supervisor, Alexandria Campus Parking Services | 703-845-6057
On Monday, April 14th 2014 NOVA’s Community Based Co Enrollment Office (CBO) donated various educational supplies to Arlington’s Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR) program. The items included: backpacks, pens and notepads.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, Chief Operating Officer of Programs, gladly accepted the donations on behalf of OAR.
She is featured in the photo alongside Ms. Deidra Anderson of NOVA’s CBO Office.
Mrs. Jones Valderrama (L) and Mrs. Anderson
The CBO Office looks forward to partnering with OAR in the immediate future. This co enrollment collaboration will provide hundreds of area citizens with the opportunity to receive college credits in academic areas such as, student development and communication studies.
For more information about this partnership please visit; http://www.nvcc.edu/depts/cbo or contact Ms. Deidra Anderson |CBO Office | email@example.com
The Student Government Association is pleased to announce that Annie Birge was recently elected to serve as the SGA President for the 2014-2015 school year.
Annie Birge is Northern Virginia native. She is a second year student at NOVA majoring in Social Sciences.
Please join us in congratulating Annie Birge!
The positions of Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer are still available. If you are interested, please stop by the SGA office in Bisdorf AA147 or contact an executive board member for more information.
MILITARY HONOR CORDS FOR 2014 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
Northern Virginia Community College is pleased to continue its symbolic initiative of honoring our graduating military and veteran students. Red, White and Blue honor cords will be available for graduating service members for the Commencement Ceremonyon May18th. The cords signify the appreciation NOVA feels toward our military and veteran students for their distinguished service and sacrifice.
Faculty, Staff and Students who are interested in allowing NOVA to honor your service can pick up a cord at any campus Veteran Advisor office or our military installations (For Myer, Fort Belvoir Henderson Hall and Quntico) between April12th – May 10th.