Elder Paul K. Sybrowsky, immediate past president of Southern Virginia University and former general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, passed away surrounded by family on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He had battled a serious illness for many months.
The Southern Virginia University Board of Trustees today announced that Reed N. Wilcox, co-founder of Clene Nanomedicine, former partner and director of The Boston Consulting Group, and former president of the France Toulouse and Marseilles Missions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has been unanimously approved and appointed as the university’s new president.
Southern Virginia University President Paul K. Sybrowsky today announced that he has named Ron Seamons as the university’s new vice president of institutional advancement.
Southern Virginia University today launched a new website that features a responsive design, enabling the website to offer a custom experience to users on all mobile and non-mobile devices.
The 650 new and returning students at Southern Virginia University this semester will begin using three new fields constructed on 17-acres of university-owned land adjacent to campus. The fields will be used by the entire student body for activities and by scholar-athletes as practice and game fields.
Southern Virginia University President Rodney K. Smith today announced the hiring of Brett W. Garcia as the new dean of admissions at Southern Virginia. Garcia will report directly to President Smith and will participate on the President’s Council.
At its meeting on June 25, 2009, the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) authorized a candidacy committee to visit Southern Virginia University in the coming academic year.
A new 18,000 square-foot university ward and Institute building was dedicated on the campus of Southern Virginia University on Sunday, March 28.
Southern Virginia University has added a new director and a volunteer counselor in the Career Development Center to help students identify career interests and more effectively transition to the fulltime jobs after graduation.