Reynolds Community College recently named Dr. Terricita Sass as its inaugural dean of enrollment. Dr. Sass currently serves as associate vice president for enrollment management at Southern Connecticut State University.
A Passion for Life
“My real passion is filming,” Henry Moore confesses. But, talk to Henry for 30 seconds and it’s clear his real passion is life. Pure and simple. His voice is bright and confident. Even over the phone you can hear him speaking through a broad Australian smile. He’s passionate alright . . . about travel, education, earning a living, and especially about his new wife Kendall from Charlottesville who brought him to the US to stay. Read more about the adventures of this fascinating Reynolds Grad.
Think of coyotes, and wide open plains in Montana and Wyoming come to mind. Think again. Coyotes are right here, in Glen Allen, in Hanover, and even in the City of Richmond and across the river in Chesterfield. "Coyotes are in every city of Virginia," is what Reynolds Assistant Dean/ Professor Dr. Richard Groover was told by state game wardens. And Groover got to thinking about coyotes differently too. "As a biological scientist I like to do research, so I posed the question: how many coyotes are actually in Richmond, particularly in Hanover." Find out more about coyotes in Virginia. Oh my!
Professors always appreciate hearing kind words about their students. So, getting a full-fledged, glowing epistle is as unexpected and rewarding as a perfect chocolate souffle. Read what Melissa Collier of Everyday Gourmet wrote to Chef Jesse Miller about Reynolds students on not one, but two occasions.
The Kitchens at Reynolds in Richmond's East End are really taking shape. The exterior concrete walls have been poured, and the large openings are awaiting the delivery of the curtain wall glass system. Enjoy a sneak preview of the building's interior . . . just imagine what it will look like covered in glass.
Did you know Reynolds Campus Bookstores offer all of these options? Buying course materials for fall classes? Visit the Parham Road or Downtown Campus Bookstores to learn more about these cost saving programs, or read all about them here.
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.