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Patrick Henry Community College strives to provide and support a learning community, not only for the students and members of our service area, but for our own college personnel. We provide professional development courses which are available to all college employees free of charge. These courses range from computer software to instructional techniques and tools. Additionally, our staff is constantly reviewing websites and online tutorials to assist you in your pursuit of knowledge.
Helpful Links:

SCALE Institute

Teaching Tips Soft-skill topics to help new and experienced teachers.

Please note the following:

·         Faculty (full-time and adjunct) are allowed to enroll in up to 6 credits at PHCC per semester.

·         Participation in any of these courses requires participants to complete and have approved the PHCC Continuous Learning Form (attached) prior to the beginning of the course.

·         There are NO TUITION COSTS or MANDATORY FEES associated with these courses, so these should be left blank.

·         While designed for professional development, these are one-credit courses which will include assignments, assessments, final grades, etc.

·         Questions about courses, course content, meeting dates, meeting times, etc. should all be directed to the specific course instructor.

·         Any alternative work schedules should be discussed with the immediate supervisor.

PHCC makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities for programs, services, and activities available to the public. To qualify for services, students must have:

1.    A qualified professional has established a formal diagnosis of a disability, or

2.    A history of a disability, or

3.    A history of being regarded as having a disability.

Available services depend on the nature of the disability and are determined on a case-by-case basis. Accommodations include but are not limited to: sign language interpreters, note takers, assistive technology equipment, and classroom accommodations, including alternate testing. 

Scott Guebert | 276-656-0257 |  | Learning Resource Center - Room 109D


PHCC students in any of these categories may apply:

  • First generation college students (parent/guardian has not earned a bachelor’s degree
  • Classified as low income according to Department of Education federal guidelines
  • Proof of documented disability

Students who apply and are selected must:

  • Demonstrate a need for academic support services
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • Maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA
  • Strive to complete their program of study

Available Services

  • Additional academic support and advising
  • Supplemental financial aid opportunities
  • Assistance with financial literacy/budgeting assistance
  • Visits to educational, historic, and cultural events
  • Career and transfer advising 

To apply, students should submit an application. Upcoming events can be found here

Student Support Services | 276-656-0296 |  | 
Learning Resource Center - Room 109