News Releases

Blue Ridge Community College is pleased to welcome Lorri Allison as its new Human Resources Director.

Lorri is a human resources professional with more than 25 years of experience successfully administering, organizing and planning in diverse, public environments.

Nealy Gonzalez, a U.S. Army veteran and mother of three, is continuing her education at Blue Ridge Community College where she expects to graduate in May 2020 as a Registered Nurse.  

Jared LaFave, the faculty instructor for Blue Ridge’s Collision Repair and Refinish program, is a U.S. Navy veteran and is using his military background to head up the brand-new Blue Ridge Veterans Club just in time for Veterans Day.

Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynecological cancer, and its symptoms are often mistaken for more-minor ailments. Students at Blue Ridge Community College’s Health Sciences Center and Wingate University Hendersonville heard firsthand on Oct.

To make transferring to a four-year university from a two-year college an even more seamless transition, Blue Ridge Community College recently signed an articulation agreement with Brevard College on Nov.

Nov.14-17, the Theatre Department at Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock, North Carolina, presents the “Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood” by Adam Szymkowicz. This version of the story is a gender-bending, patriarchy-smashing hilarious new take on the classic tale.

 

To make transferring to a four-year university from a two-year college an even more seamless transition, Blue Ridge Community College recently signed an articulation agreement with Fayetteville State University on Oct.

Graduates of Blue Ridge Community College will have an easier time transferring to Western Carolina University after leaders of the two institutions of higher education endorsed a direct-entry admission program Thursday, Oct. 10.

 

To make transferring to a four-year university from a two-year college an even more seamless transition, Blue Ridge Community College recently signed an articulation agreement with Gardner-Webb University on Oct.

To make transferring to a four-year university from a two-year college an even more seamless transition, Blue Ridge Community College recently signed an articulation agreement with Mars Hill University on Oct.

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