Archived news releases from Laurel Ridge Community College. For all media inquiries, please contact Laurel Ridge’s Public Relations Specialist.
Laurel Ridge Community College’s new esports arena is a place where students can have fun, interact with their peers, build their gaming skills and possibly even develop a career path.
Laurel Ridge excited to be participating in one of the state’s first lab schools; will train students to be teachers
Laurel Ridge Community College is partnering with Germanna Community College and James Madison University on one of the state’s first lab schools. The lab school will be focused on students aspiring to be teachers.
Laurel Ridge Community College is hosting an open house at its new esports arena 4-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, in the Student Union Building on the Middletown Campus.
Laurel Ridge Community College’s 2022 Holiday Book Fair was such a hit, it is hosting a second one Nov. 29.
The late Clarke County artist Irmengard Lewis’s artwork will be on exhibition at Barns of Rose Hill through Dec. 30, following a reception on Nov. 4. Proceeds from the sale of her works will benefit Barns of Rose Hill and Laurel Ridge Community College, to which she had strong ties.
The Skilled Trades Center represents the first permanent home for trades education on the Fauquier Campus.
Laurel Ridge Community College Professor Melissa Stange and two students attended the RockOn! workshop at NASA and watched their experiment get launched into space.
Aspiring accountants invited to Accounting Student Night Sept. 20
NASA personnel coming to Laurel Ridge Sept. 20 to recruit community college students for internships and other opportunities
Personnel from NASA Langley Research Center are visiting Laurel Ridge Community College Sept. 20 in a bid to recruit students for apprenticeships, internships and other opportunities.
New York Times Bestselling-author Jeannette Walls addressed a rapt audience at Laurel Ridge Community College on Sept. 6. She shared anecdotes of her childhood and talked how writing “The Glass Castle” was the most excruciating, but also the wisest decision she has ever made.