Reynolds Philanthropists Honored
The Virginia Community College System and Chancellor Glenn DuBois presented Mitch Haddon and Sabine Neumann with the 14th Annual Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy. The CEO of ColonialWebb, Mitch Haddon serves as the President of the Educational Foundation Board and is an alumnus of Reynolds. He and his wife Sabine established a nursing scholarship and have been instrumental in fundraising for The Kitchens at Reynolds.
Reynolds Culinary Arts students Sam Bausone and John Bradley were named "Culinary Students of the Year" at the 8th Annual Elby Awards hosted by Richmond Magazine. The Elby Awards are Richmond's Oscars for Food. Over 600 Richmond Culinary professionals and foodies came to the event this year. Read more about Sam and John and what they had to say about their win.
Dr. Kimberly Britt, vice president of academic and student affairs at Reynolds Community College, has been selected by the Aspen Institute’s College Excellence Program to join the 2019-2020 class of the Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence.
The LOVE sign was unveiled on the Parham Road campus with applause and oohs and ahhhs. LOVE signs can be found all around the Commonwealth. Now Reynolds has their own. Watch video from the unveiling.
SOAR is the orientation program for new students. Learn about college resources, enrollment, and how to be successful in college; see an academic advisor, receive financial aid assistance, register for fall classes, and interact with Reynolds Student Ambassadors.
Want to know where to begin? The 6 Easy Steps of Enrollment; Pre-SOAR Checklist; SOAR Registration Form. To learn more, visit any Enrollment Services Center or call 804-523-5155, or email: email@example.com.
What is Canvas? How do you get started? Let the Reynolds Librarians show you! Workshops cover navigating Canvas, participating in discussions, submitting assignments, completing quizzes, checking grades, getting text message alerts, downloading the Canvas app on your phone and where to find additional help. Workshops offered May 20 through July 24.