Archived news releases from Laurel Ridge Community College. For all media inquiries, please contact Laurel Ridge’s Public Relations Specialist.
More than 50 local authors will be available to chat about and sell their books at Laurel Ridge’s first Holiday Book Fair on Nov. 30.
Laurel Ridge and Native American communities came together for a Come to the Circle event on Fauquier Campus
Members of various Native American tribes and Laurel Ridge Community College students, faculty and staff shared more than a meal during a Come to the Circle event at the Fauquier Campus on Monday – they shared stories, experiences, compassion and understanding.
Laurel Ridge welcoming American Indian Society of Washington D.C. and Friends of the United Tribes of the Shenandoah for Native American Heritage Month
Laurel Ridge is hosting a “Come to the Circle” Native American cultural education event at its Fauquier Campus on Monday afternoon.
Laurel Ridge Community College is moving its driving course for the CDL program to its Middletown Campus to provide more amenities for student drivers.
Trex and Laurel Ridge Adult Education have partnered to bring ESL classes to their railing warehouse, which has a high proportion of Spanish speakers.
An $800,000 grant will help Laurel Ridge Community College Workforce Solutions expand its advanced manufacturing program, mechatronics.
Reps from more than 75 colleges and universities visited Laurel Ridge as part of a regional College Night tour.
Laurel Ridge’s Fauquier Campus is hosting an ERA-themed art exhibit through Oct. 3. A reception, featuring local artist Sophia Pineda is scheduled for Sept. 29.
Laurel Ridge Community College dedicated its new 40,000-square foot science and health professions building on the Fauquier Campus on Wednesday.
VSPCA Shenandoah Valley Chapter and Laurel Ridge hosting networking event for students interested in accounting
High school and college students interested in accounting careers, are invited to a student night hosted by Laurel Ridge Community College and the Shenandoah Valley Chapter of the Virginia Society of CPAs. Chapter President Cindy Vance says there is high demand and good pay in the accounting field.