Southern Vermont College affirms a deep belief in the potential of every individual. We embrace diversity in all its forms, fostering excellence and personal responsibility in each member of our community. Grounded in the liberal arts, our programs pre...
Allyson McNamee of Freehold, NJ, was named to the Dean's List at Southern Vermont College for Spring 2018. Each semester, full-time students who have achieved a minimum grade-point average of 3.65 ...Spring 2018
Southern Vermont College proudly congratulates Allyson McNamee of Freehold, NJ, for being named to the Spring 2017 Provost's List. The Provost's List recognizes full-time students who have earned a...Spring 2017
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Freehold High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Freehold High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplis...
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Southern Vermont College is a Division III member of the NCAA and is a full, founding member of the New England Collegiate Conference. SVC sponsors 12 intercollegiate varsity programs for its student-athletes: Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basket...
Four SVC students along with four staff members attended The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 23rd Annual Student Leadership Conference. This conference gives students the opportunity to examine the topic of leadership and build personal leadership skills through its annual conference. During previous conferences, students have had the opportunity to learn from one another about leadership as well as gain some practical skills that can be put to use immediately. Students attending this conference challenged each other to expand their thinking, investigate the diversity of leadership among them, and set high standards for leadership on their campus. This year's conference theme was "The Magic of Leadership". The hope was to inspire students to think about the hard work and dedication that each person must endure to make it to their leadership potential. The committee selected the theme to encourage students to examine leadership opportunities on their own campuses and discover new ways to implement what they have learned. Experienced and new leaders assessed their needs and focus on challenges while opening a world of options from which to strengthen their own abilities. SVC was one of eight visiting colleges to the conference, giving students the opportunity to connect with other students from varying institutions.Spring 2018
Two Southern Vermont College (SVC) Business and Sustainable Ventures students, Allyson McNamee and Nikolas Joseph, received an invitation as finalists to the St. Louis University's (SLU) sixth annual "Real Elevator Pitch" competition.Since the inception of the Sustainable Ventures Program within The McCormick Division of Business in 2015, Associate Professor Jeb Gorham and Division Chair Stacey Hills have mentored entrepreneuri...Fall 2017
Four students from the McCormick Division of Business traveled to Dean College in Franklin, MA to participate in the IACBE Student Ethics Case Competition.On Thursday, October 12, 2017, 4 students from the McCormick Division of Business traveled to Dean College in Franklin, MA to participate in the IACBE Student Ethics Case Competition. Sponsored...Fall 2017
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