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Voorhees graduate, Lenny F. Springs II, has been appointed to President Obama’s administration joining Financial Student Aid (FSA) as Senior Advisor to the Chief Operating Officer for Traditionally Under-Resourced Schools. For the full article, click here.
Dr. Bernard Moses, chair of the Division of Business and Professional Studies, has been informed that the business department has been approved by the Commission of the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for reaffirmation of national accreditation.
On November 13-14, Voorhees College will welcome its alumni and supporters to the campus to celebrate Homecoming 2009. From class reunions and banquets to parades and basketball games, this year’s Homecoming weekend is sure to be one to remember. Download our newsletter to get more information on all the events of the weekend, and be sure to join us in November!
On October 11-14, 2009, Voorhees College will host a visit from the ACBSP evaluation committee regarding the reaffirmation of the Division of Business national accreditation. (more…)
Voorhees College is celebrating its future with a new theme and a new Web site, and we’d like you to be part of these new beginnings.
Join us from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Massachusetts Hall, 151 Academic Circle, for the launch of our campaign, “Changing Minds and Changing Lives.”
Dr. Cleveland Sellers, president of Voorhees College, will be there to talk about the changes, as well as to share with your his vision for Voorhees’ feature.
Students, faculty, staff and the local community are invited.
From its beginnings as the dream of a 23-year-old black woman in the post-Civil War south to its emergence as an accredited liberal arts college with a fully wireless campus, change has been a constant at Voorhees College for its 112 years.
Today, Voorhees is celebrating its heritage and focusing on its future with a new Web site that includes social media outreach, a new logo and a new theme – “changing minds and changing lives.”
“Voorhees is excited about these new beginnings,” President Cleveland L. Sellers said. “We believe the new emphasis will lead the institution ever closer to becoming a premier liberal arts institution dedicated to changing the lives of our students.” (more…)
Hoping to hide in the back of a huge auditorium where the instructor might not know your name from among the hundred or so on the class roster?
Then don’t come to Voorhees College, where the faculty and staff not only know your name, but want to know your dreams and goals as well. And they want to guide you toward achieving them.
With the small class sizes at Voorhees College – we have an instructor for every 15 students – you’ll never be just a student ID number. (more…)