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SVC Students Attend Leadership Conference

Six students from Southern Vermont College attended the Annual Leadership Conference at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) with this year’s theme: Leaders of the Roundtable. Keynote speaker Jamie Piperato addressed ways in which leaders cultivate resilience and learn to identify their resources. These tools are key in the development of student leaders…

SVC Planning for the Future

Southern Vermont College (SVC) President David Evans presented a five-year strategic plan to launch the private, liberal arts College’s vision and goals for future planning. The strategic plan focuses on several key initiatives including enhancing enrollment management and fundraising, offering select personalized academic programs grounded in the liberal arts, providing compelling co-curricular programs…

7th-grade Students Participate in SVC’s Sarnoff Speech Contest

Southern Vermont College (SVC) hosted the Eighth Annual Sarnoff Speech Contest for area seventh-grade students, which took place at the Laumeister Art Center. The contest is in honor of Dorothy Sarnoff, an American operatic soprano, music theatre actress, and an influential image consultant, who specialized in helping others perfect the art of speaking…

Dean of Students Heather Quire Awarded by NEACUHO

Southern Vermont College is delighted to announce that Dean of Students Heather Quire received the Dr. Chester R. Titus Outstanding Service Award from Northeast Association of College and University Housing Officers (NEACUHO). This prestigious award was presented to Quire at the Annual Conference Awards Banquet in Mystic, Conn. As a member since 2010,…

Berkshire County Landscape Exhibit by Photographer Ben Mancino

On view in the Burgdorff Gallery at Southern Vermont College (SVC) are photos of landscapes of Berkshire County by Photographer Ben Mancino of North Adams, Mass. The public is invited to view the exhibit now through Dec. 15, Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Everett Mansion on campus. Drawn…

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