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Welcome back, Students. Classes have taken on a new normal and we understand the frustrating and exciting times ahead. Counsellors are available to offer help, let's walk this journey together. Make a note of counsellors contacts to find out how to access support on campus or virtually. Take one course at a time, stay focus, have fun and do your best! Each day you keep going towards your dream is a victory.

Counsellors Contact Info:
Ms Ayana Hypolite: email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mrs Andrea Gaymes - Mohess: email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Counselling Department Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone Contact: 4574503 ext. 375 or 368
WhatsApp: (784) 431-8043


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World Mental Health Day 2020

Today is World Mental Health Day and SVGCC stands with our global partners to raise awareness for greater access and investment into mental health services and awareness. Take time today to care for your mental health and raise awareness. 

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New Equipment for SVGCC


In Photo: SVGCC Head Librarian - Pearl McMaster, SVGCC Director - Nigel Scott, NTRC Executive Assistant - Shonden Baptiste, and NTRC Intern - D’Andre Cottle flanked by Division of Teacher Education students.

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) has increased its on-campus computer access and video recording ability thanks to a donation from the NTRC. On Wednesday 16th September 2020, the SVGCC accepted a donation of ten (10) Acer Chromesbase All-in-One Desktop computers and one Panasonic camcorder. SVGCC's Director, Nigel Scott, expressed his appreciation of the donation by acknowledging the importance of partnership in achieving the College's mandate. Scott stated "The Community College has a mandate to provide quality teaching and learning to Vincentians, and a critical part of that mandate has to do with partnerships. Our longstanding partnership with the NTRC is one of our treasured partnerships. These computers and camcorder will go a long way in helping our students access the resources needed for learning in this ever-evolving digital age. We are indeed very grateful to the NTRC for their donation".

The handing over ceremony took place at the College's Villa campus.


 

SVGCC Graduation 2020 Protocols

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) has outlined its protocols for its upcoming Friday 18th September 2020 graduation ceremonies at its Villa campus. The College will have two separate ceremonies, something not uncommon among higher-level academic institutions. The first ceremony will begin at 9:00am for graduands of the Division of Nursing Education (DNE) and the Division of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE). This will be followed by a 2:00pm ceremony for graduands of the Division of Teacher Education (DTE) and the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies (DASGS).

The SVGCC graduation protocols are as follows:

  • Graduands are allowed one guest, whose name must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Tuesday 15th September 2020.
  • Guest invitations will be issued with a number. This number corresponds with the seat number guests will occupy in the Lecture Theatre during the ceremonies;
  • Invitation and a photo ID must be presented by guest at security check point;
  • Graduands must arrive in full academic regalia and present SVGCC-issued ID at check point;
  • Temperature checks will be administered before admittance to venue;
  • If driving into the campus, vehicles will be subjected to inspection before allowed on campus;
  • Graduates and their guests are expected to exit the venue immediately after collection of certificate and photo booth appearance together.

These protocols are for the protection of all given the limited capacity of the venue and the College is seeking the public’s assistance in adhering to the above guidelines.

The ceremonies will also be broadcasted via live stream.

The SVGCC takes this opportunity to extend congratulations to the Class of 2020.


 

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