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  • Former Bobcats pitcher, Shane Davis, inked his first professional contract, signing with the Baltimore Orioles after wrapping up his collegiate career at North Carolina Central University. Davis is the first Bobcats athlete to ink a Major League contract and you can learn more about Davis' signing by following this link.

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  • A student smiles as she arrives for the Virginia Beach degree pickup event.

    With COVID changing everyone’s plans, it was important that the Bryant & Stratton College graduating class of 2020 didn’t miss out on celebrating commencement. So, our Virginia campuses swapped walking the stage with cruising through the parking lot in order to deliver diplomas this year. Each Virginia campus – Virginia Beach, Hampton and Richmond – hosted their own respective drive-thru diploma pick-up this month. Graduates were able to see their favorite instructor...

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  • Much of Tiffany Wilson’s life is spent on the run, hustling between school, work and events for her two children. Last minute is a way of life. It was a last minute jump, in fact, that led her to apply for, and win, a $500 scholarship from PurposeBound Women. Her friend learned about the scholarship from another mom and told Tiffany about the opportunity just days before the deadline. Tiffany jumped online, applied and won. The “I See ‘Ya Scholarship” is designed fo...

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  • Four members of the Bryant & Stratton College women's track team

    A dynasty isn’t built overnight, Claude Toukene can attest to that. But after multiple national championships, 25 state titles and over 40 regional titles with Western Branch High School, he’s brought his incredible resume to Bryant & Stratton College’s Virginia track program. And he’s already getting results. In just their second year, the Bobcats men’s and women’s teams opened the year ranked nationally in the NJCAA and each are currently ranked first ...

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  • There are times when it seems like the only thing that matters is what takes place between the whistles. Wednesday’s soccer matches were a perfect reminder of the gravity of what takes place outside the field of play. The Bryant & Stratton College men’s and women’s soccer teams wore purple wristbands in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month while devoting the games to a survivor of domestic violence, Anne Kilduff. Kilduff, a Bryant & Stratton College stud...

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  • Debi Erick of Bryant & Stratton College Richmond was announced as a finalist of the Virginia Nurses Foundation’s (VNF) 2019 Leadership Excellence Award in the Nursing Deans and Directors category. Debi was recognized on September 21 at the VNF Gala, an annual event honoring the exceptional work of registered nurses across the Commonwealth.  During the past five years, Ms. Erick has lead the nursing programs at Bryant & Stratton College in reaching licensure pass rates above t...

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  • Members of the Virginia Beach campus open Gayles Closet

    Gayle Cheeks-Harrell was a stickler for professionalism. As a career specialist who worked to help rehabilitate and prepare substance abuse patients to return to the workforce, she knew that how you looked on the outside was as important as what you knew on the inside. When she passed away last May, her son Eric Harrell, Virginia state director of marketing and communications at Bryant & Stratton College, wanted her legacy to live on. Today it does, through the Bryant & Stratton stude...

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  • The College was founded with the goal of providing practical workplace education. Many years later, Western New York remains the heart of Bryant & Stratton College home to three campuses (Amherst, Buffalo, and Orchard Park), the online division and the College’s Systems Office. Additionally, the College has 15 other campuses, across New York and in Ohio, Wisconsin, and Virginia. “For over 165 years, Bryant & Stratton College has continuously innovated to meet its constitue...

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  • Parents everywhere are being proven wrong. You can, in fact, earn a paycheck playing video games. The best in the field command six figure salaries. Now, the Bryant & Stratton College Bobcats are crafting teams, constructing a 500-square foot esports Lab and preparing to not just compete but to dominate the growing sport.  “We’re gearing up towards building a team and growing so that our students could potentially be recruited for a professional league,” said esports...

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  • Bryant & Stratton College soccer star Uros Momic was named USCAA Player of the Year the best player in the USCAA after the 15-goal, 5-assist season for the Bobcats. The senior takes the accolade in stride and is quick to point out that teamwork was the key to playing well. “This is possible because of the whole team’s work,” he said. “This is not just an individual success.” The Bobcats fell in their fourth-straight National Championship game in a 1-0 loss t...

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