Voorhees College graduate Troy Franklin will return to campus on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. to give a black history lecture to students in Massachusetts’s Hall during the All-College Assembly.
Voorhees College will host its annual Absalom Jones Feast Day celebration to recognize the African American presence in the Episcopal Church on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. in St. Philip’s Episcopal Chapel on campus.
The Voorhees College Men’s Basketball team recently traveled and not just to play their two away games but do something for the good of the community.
CNN contributor and former state Rep. Bakari Sellers will be the featured speaker for the Voorhees College Black History Month Kick-off Celebration on Thursday, Feb. 4 at 11 a.m.
The Department of Student Support Services will be hosting a Pre-Black History Month Program featuring Pastor Tiffany Knowlin on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 11 a.m. in Massachusetts’s Hall on campus.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, civil rights icon and founder and president of Rainbow PUSH Coalition, will be spearheading a voter registration drive at Voorhees College to motivate students to become more involved in the political process. The voter registration drive will on held Thursday, Jan. 14 at 11 a.m. in the foyer of Massachusetts Hall, along with a presentation by motivational speaker Keith “Mr. I’m Possible” Brown during the All-College Assembly in Massachusetts Hall auditorium.
In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Voorhees College will hold an all-college assembly program in his honor on Jan.21 at 11a.m. in Massachusetts’s Hall on campus.
During a convention meeting held Nov. 14, The Episcopal Church of South Carolina presented a resolution to Dr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. upon his retirement from Voorhees College. The resolution expresses the church’s appreciation of Sellers’ hard work and dedication to the community and Voorhees.
Voorhees College founder Elizabeth Evelyn Wright is featured during the month of December in the AT&T 2016 African-American History Calendar. The 27th Unveiling Ceremony took place at the Koger Center in Columbia, S.C. on Nov. 18.
Six new distinguished members with expertise in various are welcomed aboard as they serve on the Board of Trustees. As they are the assets needed to continue to move the institution forward please read their mini bios below.
Voorhees College President Cleveland L. Sellers met with Denmark Technical College President Dr. Leonard McIntyre to sign an articulation agreement between the two institutions.
Sonia King Gass recently joined the Voorhees College family as the new vice president for institutional advancement and to serve as the chief development officer.
Voorhees College will induct six new members into the Hall of Fame during the 13th annual Hall of Fame banquet on Friday, Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. in the Leonard E. Dawson Health and Human Resources Center.
Voorhees College is proud to announce its upcoming 2015 Homecoming, which is Nov. 8-14. This year’s theme will be “Bridging our Legacy to the Future.”
During Voorhees College’s All College Assembly in Massachusetts Hall on Thursday, Nov. 5, students, faculty, staff and guests will get to witness the launching of the institution’s brand new state-of-the-art website.
During the second Voorhees College Corporate and Community Luncheon held on Oct. 21, the institution raised $10,000 toward United Negro College Fund (UNCF) scholarships for students.
The Interim Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs is aware of the damage and constraints that have resulted from the recent Floods. More specifically, I am aware that some students left the campus last week and have not been able to return to resume classes and to take their mid-semester examinations because of road blocks and other factors of the hurricane.
Voorhees College will operate on the normal time schedule on Monday, October 5, 2015. Campus opens and classes begin at 8 a.m.
President Cleveland L. Sellers Jr. announced during a press conference that he plans to retire from Voorhees College
Twenty-one-year-old Jukayla C. Johnson will soon be crowned Miss Voorhees College 2015-2016
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