Stay connected to the network of SVC alumni and with the life of the College today.
Take a Seat Campaign
We will soon be replacing all the seats in the Everett Theatre, and we need your help. We are asking you to participate in our Take a Seat campaign. There are three unique ways your personal name, business name, SVC Class Year or Memorial to a loved one can be permanently affixed to the arm of a seat in the Everett Theatre. We welcome your “taking a special seat” at SVC and helping us model a personalized yet affordable education that prepares students for success in today's dynamic workforce. Click here for more information.
Did you miss Homecoming this year? Check out the photos from the weekend here!
Online Campus Store
Need some new SVC gear? Check out the online campus store where you can purchase sweatshirts, sweatpants, travel mugs and more!
The Communications and Admissions Offices have been hard at work on a virtual tour of campus. Check out the video and let us know what you think!
Give Now, Support SVC
Your gift, of any size, makes a difference. It allows us to support current students with an outstanding education, a beautiful campus, scholarship opportunities and much more. Please consider a gift this year. Your generosity is powerful in the success of our students. Make your online donation today.
Have you recently relocated or updated your phone number or e-mail? We want to stay in touch with you and send you campus news and the latest issue of The Chronicle, our magazine for alumni, parents and friends. Please contact Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-447-6357 with your updated contact information.
Submit a Class Note
We would love to hear about your latest updates, projects and endeavors. Please send your updates to email@example.com or 802-447-6357.
Jennifer Ufnar - Instructor, the Division of Science & Technology.
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