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SVC Mount Vernon Campus celebrates student achievement at 61st annual Honors Reception

Several hundred students, family members, and friends attended the 61st annual Skagit Valley College (SVC) Mount Vernon Campus Honors Reception May 30 in McIntyre Hall. Between the Mount Vernon and the Whidbey Island Campus ceremonies this year, over $600k in scholarships will be awarded to SVC students. SVC President Dr. Tom Keegan awarded 18 students […]

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SVC Environmental Conservation, Biology, and Craft Brewing Academy programs unveil new lab partnership at Open House

Skagit Valley College Environmental Conservation, Biology, and Craft Brewing Academy programs will unveil their new lab partnership on Friday, June 8 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in Angst Hall room 246b. The open house is an opportunity for the public to learn how the three programs are collaborating with new learning innovations. SVC brewing instructors, […]

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Live Music • Food Trucks • Local Brews: Skagit Valley College invites the community to Soul Fest

Skagit Valley College invites the community to Soul Fest 2018 on Friday, June 8 from 5-9 pm at the Tollefson Plaza, located on the Mount Vernon Campus. The evening will include good cheer, live bands (featuring Gin Gypsy, Backyard Bison, and Heroes), food trucks, and local brews, including Cardinal Craft Brew. Free entry; beer tickets […]

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Skagit Valley College announces dates for Commencement 2018

Skagit Valley College will conduct the College’s 91st Annual Commencement in June. Family and friends are invited to attend; tickets are not required. The dates, times, and locations are as follows: Mount Vernon Campus Friday, June 15 Dave DuVall Pavilion (gym); 6:30 pm Whidbey Island Campus Thursday, June 14 Oak Harbor High School Gym; 6:30 […]

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Dean of Arts and Sciences’ dissertation earns Washington’s Education Research Award for Outstanding Dissertation 

Skagit Valley College is pleased to announce that Dr. Gabriel Mast, SVC’s Dean of Arts and Sciences, has received notification that his doctoral dissertation, “Institutional Effects on Community College Completion: An Analysis of Washington State’s Community College System,” has earned the 2017 Washington Education Research (WERA) Outstanding Dissertation Award. Dr. Mast’s dissertation was also accepted from […]

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