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Blue Ridge Community College students adapt to online environment

Blue Ridge Community College was not immune to the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. While it remains open, as an essential organization within our community, the College prudently took steps to ensure the safety and well-being of its students, staff and faculty.

 

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Blue Ridge SBC aids local small businesses during pandemic

As America works to overcome the economic and social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses are some of the most negatively impacted of all industries.

Caption: "As our community responds to a global pandemic here at home, remember that We are ALL in this together."

Blue Ridge Community College Coronavirus (COVID-19) Monitoring and Response

Blue Ridge Community College is committed to maintaining healthy and safe teaching and learning spaces for our students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. Please read these updates carefully and feel free to contact your instructor, supervisor, or vice president if you have any questions. 

 

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He enjoyed hands-on learning, and he wanted to stay close to home while starting a career soon after high school. Russell was also more interested in trades than studying at a four-year university.

“Emily Beauchamp always stood out to me. Not only as a female in the academy but as a hard-working leader who was at the top of her class and clearly demonstrated her commitment to our profession,” said Sherry Phillips, law enforcement director at Blue Ridge Community College.

Journalist Dan Rather once said, “The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who [inspires] you to the next plateau.”

For Victor Chatman, the instructors at Blue Ridge Community College impacted his life by believing in him and encouraging him to pursue his dreams.

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