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SVC Diversity and Equity Talks to welcome Geena Rocero, founder of Gender Proud

~ You Belong Here ~ As part of its Diversity and Equity Talks series, SVC will welcome Geena Rocero to the Mount Vernon Campus: Friday, May 11 McIntyre Hall Free 1:00 pm A LGBTQ only workshop will take place at 3:00 pm, facilitated by Geena. Reserve your seat with Yasmeen.Davila@skagit.edu . Large groups are welcome […]

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Info Sessions: Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation

Info Sessions Coming! Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation Tuesday, April 10 4:30-5:30pm in Angst Hall 225 Thursday, April 12 9-10am in Lewis Hall 123 Love the Natural Environment? Thinking about starting your own Green Career? If you do, you’ll want to attend our info session for SVC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation. The […]

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Sharpes Corner roundabout work causes delays to and from Whidbey Island

    Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) crews have started work on improvements for the SR 20 Sharpes Corner intersection near Anacortes.  When work is completed (estimated in July 2018, if weather and work pace holds up) two new traffic roundabouts will greatly improve traffic flow and safety through that area that serves about […]

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SVC earns national honors: Named among top 100 community colleges for Adult Learners

Skagit Valley College is pleased to announce that it has received national recognition as one of the best community colleges in the nation. Washington Monthly magazine published its ranking of the Top 100 Best Two-Year Colleges for Adult Learners and SVC was named #61. This year’s recognition is the third national honor for SVC by […]

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Outstanding Skagit Valley College student nominated for Washington State Association of College Trustees Transforming Lives award

Please join us in congratulating Valerie McCormack, of Sedro-Woolley, who was selected by SVC as a nominee for the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT) 2018 Transforming Lives Award. Valerie, along with the other individuals representing each of Washington’s 34 of Washington’s community and technical colleges, were honored at this year’s Transforming Lives dinner […]

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