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Join Skagit Valley College in thanking a nurse this Nurses Week!

Each year in the United States, nurses are honored during National Nurses Week. This celebration is held May 6 to 12, honoring the contributions that nurses make to their communities and the field of healthcare. This annual recognition began in 1991. Skagit Valley College extends its appreciation to all the nurses and our nursing community who have supported SVC’s Nursing […]

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Skagit Valley College’s Skagit/Islands Head Start announces new, full-day opportunities for Fall programming

Skagit Valley College Skagit/Islands Head Start announces new program options that will begin in September in Mount Vernon. Head Start offers free educational and family services to pregnant women and eligible children age 0 to 5. Families must be income or categorically eligible. The new program options in Mount Vernon are as follows: Full-day programming will […]

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SVC hosts Take Back the Night

Come and help us Take Back the Night TONIGHT! Friday, April 28 7:00-9:30 pm Mount Vernon Campus We’re bringing the community together to help break the silence of sexual violence, raise awareness, and support survivors. Schedule: 7:00: Craft tables for posters and T-shirts: Cardinal Center 7:30: Baked Potato Bar: Cafeteria 7:45: Panel Discussion: MVPD, SVDVSAS, […]

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SVC Diversity and Equity Talks: Dr. David Stovall

Skagit Valley College Diversity and Equity Talks will welcome Dr. David Stovall, Professor of African American Studies and Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Friday, May 5, 2017 4:00-6:00 pm Multipurpose Room, Mount Vernon Campus RSVP is required: www.skagit.edu/DiversityEquityTalks (limited capacity) Since his arrival at UIC, Dr. Stovall has been working […]

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