Catawba Valley Community College
The Longleaf Commitment for High School Graduate Financial Aid is a partnership of the North Carolina Governor's Office, Community College System, and the State Education Assistance Authority.
Full time students, a guarantee of $700 to $2,800 per year, for a total of two years is available, as well as partial rewards for part-time students.
CVCC is excited to offer the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Funds Scholarship. This program provides scholarships for eligible community college students pursuing high-demand workforce training programs 96-hours or more leading to a State or industry-recognized credential.
CVCC music will perform choral pieces with Puddingstone.
December 17th - Time: TBA
10 S Main Ave
Newton, NC 28658
Ticket information: Visit the Green Room website.
CVCC is once again offering unique course and experience involving African American history this spring. The course includes a 5 day field trip to Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma, Alabama. Please join us in life-changing experience to enhances your understanding of African American History and the Civil Rights Movement.
News and Events
For only the second time in program history, the Catawba Valley Community College men’s basketball program has received a weekly honor from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
Catawba Valley Community College is excited to announce the start of and enrollment for a new continuing education medical assistant program.
The Catawba Valley Community College Small Business Center was recently recognized with two awards by the North Carolina Community College System Small Business Center Network (SBCN) during its Professional Development Conference in October.
Catawba Valley Community College students Jeffrey Guardado and Karla Morales became the latest recipient of CVCC School of Workforce Development and the Arts (WDA) student incentive funding.
A new grant announced by the state of North Carolina will help assist recent high school graduates in covering tuition and fees at Catawba Valley Community College.
Catawba Valley Community College’s K-64 Program has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the ZF Community Care Fund through the CVCC Foundation, Inc.
Applications are currently being accepted for the Champion Scholars Summer Program through Catawba Valley Community College’s Workforce Development Innovation Center.
Catawba Valley Community College’s School of Workforce Development and The Arts has received a $1,000 donation in the form of DEWALT Power Tools and equipment from Lowe’s Store 1557, located on Highway 70 in Hickory.
Catawba Valley Community College is receiving $15 million to continue its advancement of the workforce and trades, pending the official passing of the state of North Carolina budget expected this week.
A World of Possibilities
A world where skills and ideas merge to create a better tomorrow. A world where the value of connection, to each other, and to the community is recognized. Discover your possibilities at CVCC.