Feature StoryTop 10 of 2020
Our most-read articles of the year help tell our story of 2020; growth, loss, challenge, and overall, finding the opportunity in adversity.
News ReleaseFall 2020 President’s and Provost’s Lists
Southern Virginia University recently announced its Fall 2020 President’s and Provost’s Lists. These lists are compiled at the end of each semester and recognize students who have excelled academically.
Campus VoicesStudents Recommend Their Favorite Classes from This Fall Semester
As the Fall 2020 Semester comes to a close, we asked students to reflect on their favorite classes which they would recommend to others.
Official Statement#GivingTuesday: Help Us Fulfill our Vision for the Next 25 Years
From humble beginnings come great things.
Feature StoryMusic Major Mckenzie Kitchen (’19) Working in Carnegie Hall: “I Owe Everything I’m Doing Here to Southern Virginia University”
Despite powerful vocals and a strong work ethic, music education major Mckenzie Kitchen (‘19) felt that her career choices were limited prior to transferring to Southern Virginia University.
SpotlightTop 10 Student-Favorite Outdoor Activities Near Southern Virginia University
The fall is an especially beautiful time to be in the Shenandoah Valley, when the Blue Ridge mountains turn shades of crimson and ochre.
Official StatementSpecial Graduation Celebration & Homecoming Postponed
We want to reassure you that we have not forgotten about the Class of 2020.
News ReleaseSouthern Virginia University Ranked in U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges
The U.S. News & World Report announced its 2021 Best Colleges, ranking Southern Virginia University 63rd among liberal arts colleges for Social Mobility—defined as successfully enrolling and graduating economically disadvantaged students.
Feature StorySouthern Virginia University First in World to Give AirPods Pro to Every Student
Southern Virginia University made history this semester as the first school in the world to give AirPods Pro to every full-time student, faculty, and staff member.
SpeechesFormer President Rod Smith on “James Madison: The Father of Religious Liberty”
To commemorate the United States Constitution on Constitution Day, and in memory of our beloved former University President Rodney K. Smith, we wanted to share the last speech President Smith delivered at Southern Virginia University titled after his book, “James Madison: The Father of Religious Liberty.”
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