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Free tutoring available for SVC students

Message for students from  David M. Paul, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Services dave.paul@skagit.edu Greetings, SVC has outstanding Tutor Centers on the Mount Vernon and Whidbey Island campuses. They’re great places to study, and you can check in with a tutor if you need help! Our tutors are dedicated to helping you achieve academic success. […]

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Art Gallery features work by Bellingham artist Justin Lee Martin

The work by artist Bellingham artist Justin Lee Martin will be on display starting October 2nd through November 17th in the Skagit Valley College (SVC) Art Gallery, which is located in the Gary Knutzen Cardinal Center on SVC’s Mount Vernon Campus. The paintings in the exhibition, “Plunge” demonstrate a range of meditations on land, both […]

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SVC hosts Marine Gasoline and Diesel Engine Systems training for industry

The Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology and the Marine Maintenance Technology Program at Skagit Valley College recently hosted two three-day American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) courses in Anacortes: Marine Gasoline Engine Systems, July 19-21; and Marine Diesel Engine Systems, August 23-25. Skagit Valley College is a member of the ABYC Marine […]

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Cardinal Craft Brewing earns two recognitions, graduates 2nd class of brewers

Skagit Valley College is pleased to announce that SVC’s Cardinal Craft Brewing program has received the distinction, full Master Brewers Recognition by the Master Brewers Association of the Americas (MBAA). To be considered for recognition, SVC’s program was reviewed by an MBAA team of volunteer professionals from human resources, brewing, and brewing academia. The three-year […]

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SVC Whidbey Island Campus and SVC Foundation to host OH Chamber Business After Hours event and the SVC Whidbey Island Campus ArtStroll

Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus and the SVC Foundation will host the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce for a Business After Hours event on Thursday, April 20 from 5:30-7:00 in the Oak Hall lobby. Also featured that evening will be the Whidbey Island Campus event, ArtStroll, a celebration of the art collection located on […]

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