Buena Vista, Va.—More than 1,000 students, faculty, and professional staff gathered in the Knight Arena on Tuesday afternoon to listen to a special message for young adults from President Russel M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Southern Virginia University students, faculty, and professional staff celebrated the beginning of the academic year at its annual Academic Convocation. Following University tradition, the event began with a faculty processional in academic regalia.
Buena Vista, Va. — More than 1,100 members of the Southern Virginia University campus community gathered in the Knight Arena to hear from Elder Robert C. Gay of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who spoke about aligning ourselves with God to reach our ultimate goal of returning home to Him.
At Friday’s Welcome Back Forum, President Wilcox kicked off the new academic year by welcoming Southern Virginia University’s largest student body ever.
Class of 2019 graduate Phil Soelberg is certain that his acceptance to the University of Virginia School of Law—a top-ten nationally ranked law school and Soelberg’s top choice—will open many doors for him. He also believes Southern Virginia University played a key role in his journey to UVA.
Highlighted by strong vocalists and charismatic performances all in an intimate setting, Southern Virginia University theatre’s production of “The Fantasticks”—the world’s longest running musical—is the perfect summer show.
Competing in their first ever hackathon at the North Carolina State University ‘Pack Hacks’ event, four Southern Virginia University computer science students earned Best Domain honors for their app, Vicinia— a localized chat service that connects friends within a close radius.
Celebrating the graduating class of 2019 with family and friends gathered in front of historic Main Hall, Southern Virginia University held Commencement exercises on Thursday, May 2.