Media Center

The Media Center at Reynolds includes
the Communications Office and the Marketing Office

The Communications Office is a strategic partner for many different programs, people and organizations inside and outside the college. It serves many constituencies in such as Media Relations, Internal Communications, Special Events, Interactive Communications, Legislative Affairs, and Community Engagement. Contact the Communications Office at (804) 523-5229 or

The Marketing Office handles web design and development, publications and printing, paid advertising, graphic design, strategic marketing and brand management. We’re also pretty fun. Contact the Marketing Office at (804) 523-5231 or


Top News

Dr. Pando with Gov NorthamGovernor Northam
Announces Collaborative Effort
to Transform VCCS

At an event held at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Governor Ralph Northam announced a collaborative effort to transform workforce programs offered through the Virginia Community College System (VCCS). Currently, many programs intended to train students with applied skills require them to take general education courses before advancing to essential skills-based courses. To best prepare students with the skills needed for high-demand, well-paying jobs, VCCS will work to redesign career pathways so that skills training begins at the start of each program. Read more about this program.

The Kitchens at ReynoldsReynolds Culinary Student
Offered Position at Top
Washington, DC Restaurant

Willoughby Harrington is a man of few words, but a chef-to-be with an abundance of skills. After completing the classroom portion of his culinary education at Reynolds in August 2018, he began an internship with The Inn at Little Washington. A month before his time was up, The Inn offered him a full time position.

But, Willoughby is certainly no ordinary person. And, The Inn at Little Washington is certainly no ordinary restaurant. The two are a perfect match. Read more about Willoughby's success. 


Dana NewcomerMeet Dana Newcomer - Apprenticeship Coordinator, CCWA

She wore a tiny glittered black hat and a pair of stockings that appeared to have survived a zombie attack. A spider web crossed her desk. It was Halloween and CCWA Apprenticeship Coordinator Dana Newcomer was in the spirit.
Aside from the tiny hat, Dana takes her work seriously. At a time when “community colleges find themselves in a great position to reinvigorate and grow apprenticeships,”* Dana is the perfect person to meet the challenge. Read more about Dana and her work.