PVCC Through the Years
First PVCC President named, Dr. Harold J. McGee
First classes offered (held in temporary facilities in Albemarle Co. and at UVA)
Construction of campus/Main Building.
First commencement exercises held.
Second PVCC President Dr. James Walpole begins tenure.
Third PVCC President Dr. George Vaughn begins tenure.
PVCC and UVA Hospital sign a cooperative agreement on a Respiratory Therapy program.
SACSCOC awards PVCC full accreditation.
Construction of Library wing.
PVCC celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Construction of new Technology Wing.
Fourth PVCC President Dr. Deborah DiCroce begins tenure.
Library wing dedicated and renamed as Betty Sue Jessup Library.
Exchange program with Escuela Técnica Otto Krause in Buenos Aires, Argentina begins.
Partnership begins with Old Dominion University to offer remote instruction to students.
Construction of V. Earl Dickinson Building.
Fifth PVCC President Dr. Frank Friedman begins tenure.
PVCC enrolls students in internet-based courses for the first time.
Woodrow W. Bolick Student Center is dedicated.
PVCC implements a WIFI network.
First graduates of PVCC Viticulture and Enology program.
Major renovations to Main Building, including: the library, café, Admissions office, and student center.
PVCC acquires the former Monticello Visitors Center.
Construction of Kluge-Moses Science Building.
PVCC rededicates the Monticello Visitors Center as the Stultz Center for Business and Career Development, classes begin to be offered.
PVCC commencement exercises held at John Paul Johns Arena for the first time.
PVCC’s Eugene Giuseppe Center opens in Greene County.
PVCC Jefferson School Center opens, new degree in Culinary Arts offered.
PVCC is awarded Military Friendly® status for the first time.
Kluge-Moses Science Building rededicated as Keats Science Building.
“Pouncer the Panther” debuts as the PVCC mascot.
Covid-19 pandemic leads to remote learning and staff telework.
PVCC hosts its first-ever online commencement and graduate drive-through celebration due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Groundbreaking for Advanced Technology & Student Success Center.
Sixth PVCC President Dr. Jean Runyon begins tenure.
Construction begins on Woodrow W. Bolick Advanced Technology and Student Success Center