Germanna Community College (GCC) announced that state funding was approved for the upcoming Dr. Frank and Nancy Turnage Health Sciences Buildi…
CULPEPER — Germanna Community College has hired its first female president in the institution's 47year history.
Janet Gullickson, president of Spokane Falls Community College in Washington State, will be the community college’s sixth president, effective July 1.
Janet Gullickson will join the community college on July 1
One of the three finalists vying to become president of Germanna Community College is in town to participate in a public forum in Culpeper.
Germanna Community College President David A. Sam, who will retire at the end of June, was awarded president emeritus status by the Virginia C…
G.I. Jobs, a magazine for military personnel making the transition to civilian life, has named Germanna Community College to its 2017 military…
The Germanna Community College Local College Board will meet at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 5 to review the results of the presidential search survey.
Germanna Community College President David A. Sam announced last week that he will retire June 30, 2017 after a decade in which he guided GCC through a period of rapid enrollment growth that coincided with a series of state budget cuts and recovery from a major earthquake.
After 10 years at the helm as Germanna’s fifth president, Dr. David Sam announced Tuesday that he will retire on June 30, 2017. “I have enjoyed serving and I will continue to serve until June. I will do everything that I can while president and after, in a much quieter way,” said Sam.
Germanna Community College President David A. Sam hosted a forum for students on campus safety today at the Locust Grove Campus.
In his semi-annual State of the College address on Sept. 22, Germanna Community College President David A. Sam promised a new, hyper-focus on …
While Germanna Community College President David A. Sam welcomes President Barack Obama’s recent plan to provide free community college courses to all students willing to work for it, Sam is also cautious about the challenges the proposal faces.
The Germanna Community College Educational Foundation named Kent D. Farmer, president and CEO of Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, its 2015 Distinguished Philanthropist of the Year during Friday's dinner at Stevenson Ridge in Spotsylvania County.
The Friends of the Culpeper County Library hosted the library’s first ever poetry reading last Saturday.
Germanna Community College is in the business of hope, and despite state budget cuts, business is good.
Dozens of Culpeper leaders from the fields of business, education and politics met last Wednesday with Germanna Community College officials incuding Germanna President David A. Sam during a visioning session at the Daniel Technology Center to discuss a wish list of things they’d like from the college in the future.