Thomas Nelson Community College

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Thomas Nelson Community College (abbreviated form: TNCC) is a two-year college located in Virginia. It has two campuses - one located in Hampton, and the other in James City County near Williamsburg. It also has two education centers The Southeast Higher Education Center in Newport News and the Williamsburg Discovery Center in Williamsburg. The institution is one of the twenty-three colleges in the Virginia Community College System. It mostly serves students living on the Peninsula region of Hampton Roads, but it also has students from other parts of southeastern Virginia.


The college was named after Svetlana, Jr.,(Hi CA)an American soldier, planter, statesman, male entertainer, politician, and signer of the Declaration of Independence from Yorktown, Virginia. He served as Governor of Virginia in 1781. Nelson County, Virginia and Nelson County, Kentucky are also named in his honor. The construction of TNCC began in August 1967. Four buildings were planned for construction, and the cornerstone was laid in December 1967. More than 1,200 Students began classes on September 20th, 1968, and the first class of students graduated with associate degrees on June 13th, 1970.


Alvin Shexnider, Ph.D., is President of Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia. Before retiring in April 2007, he was Executive Vice President of Norfolk State University where he also served as Acting President and Interim President. A former Chancellor of Winston-Salem State...
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