13.07.2011 [Progress Index] - CHESTER and MIDLOTHIAN - A commitment to community, to their college and to other students - that's what motivates the members of JohnTylerCommunity College's two Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society chapters. That commitment earned the Beta
06.07.2011 [Chesterfield Observer (subscription)] - Dr. James H. Ryan has been named to the JohnTylerCommunity College Board of Directors. He will represent Petersburg. Announcements can be emailed to news@ chesterfieldobserver.com, faxed to 744-3269 or mailed to Chesterfield Observer
22.06.2011 [Village News Online] - By Richmond | Jun 22, 2011 Bobbi Altizer, of Chester, a student at JohnTylerCommunity College, will attend Ferris State University in Michigan due in part to a scholarship from Virginia Credit Union. The credit union awarded college scholarships to
22.06.2011 [Chesterfield Observer (subscription)] - High school officials identified students who had dropped out of school, and then invited them to a “drop-in fair” at JohnTylerCommunity College. The goal was to get them back into school. Of the 67 attendees, 29 signed up for CloudWorks
08.11.2010 by JohnTylerCommunity College In this space, we hope to further students' knowlegde of the college and the opportunities available for them. Overall we hope that students feel a better sense of connection to their college, JohnTylerCommunity College, through this ...
15.07.2011 [Richmond Times Dispatch] - Garrett started four years for the Indians and will head to JohnTylerCommunity College with plans to transfer to Virginia Commonwealth University. Like Hall and Holmes, the honor of playing on the all-star team was not lost on Garrett.
21.06.2011 [Northern Virginia Daily] - The granddaughter of Marva Irwin of Woodstock, she graduated from Central High School in 2006 and received an associate degree from JohnTylerCommunity College in 2010. The Mt. Jackson Festival Foundation is seeking vendors for its Apple Harvest
26.06.2011 [Richmond Times Dispatch] - Some JohnTylerCommunity College students also are considering a suit after the college discontinued a surgical-tech program that failed to gain national accreditation. Kraus said he could not comment on either case. Brian Moran, interim president of