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Summer Evening Tours

State Room

Amanda Cooper

June18Tuesday6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Concord Media Camp

Pais Fellowship HallState Room

Jessica Doty (Lilly)

June24Monday8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Concord Media Camp

Pais Fellowship HallState Room

Jessica Doty (Lilly)

June25Tuesday8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Featured Stories

alumni
Carli Dotson '16
Draper, VA

After graduating from Concord with a degree in Business Administration—emphasis in Administrative Systems and Management—Carli worked in admissions at New River Community College in Dublin, VA and then took a position as an administrative assistant in the Department of Art and Sciences. Currently, she works with first and second year students at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, VA. Concord played an important role in Carli’s life after graduation, providing her knowledge she took into the workforce.

“Concord helped me by giving me valuable life lessons, experiences, and knowledge to be successful,” Carli says. “Most importantly, I made connections and friendships that have been so valuable and rewarding for my life.”
 

Carli Dotson '16

Carli Dotson '16

Draper, VA

Dr. Scott Inghram '03

Dr. Scott Inghram '03

MSW Program Director and Associate Professor

A photo of Rachel Clay in front of a neutral background

Rachel Clay

Nursing Major

Hannah Justice

Hannah Justice

Princeton, WV

Shannon Phipps
Nursing Major with Psychology Minor

Shannon Phipps of Monroe County, WV began her studies at Concord in the spring of 2023, and she’s chosen nursing as a major and psychology as a minor. She transferred from Marshall University because she wanted to be closer to home. When asked about her most memorable experience in academia, Shannon remembers the first day she met the director and teachers in the nursing program at Concord. “Each professor introduced themselves to me and made me feel at home. I was also given an in-depth tour of the nursing building. All of these things made me feel very welcomed on campus and into the program.” Phipps has wanted to be a nurse ever since kindergarten, when the teacher asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Her future plans include pursuing a job as a flight nurse, and then attending Nurse Anesthetist School.