The Virginia Community College System Hall of Fame has been initiated to recognize and honor Virginia community college graduates who have distinguished themselves by their achievements in their communities. These 46 individuals personify the mission of Virginia’s community colleges to offer high quality education services to all.
Conceptualized by the 2002-2003 State Board for Community Colleges Chair Mary Louise Jackson, the Hall of Fame recognition was established to provide outstanding role models for the students in Virginia's community colleges.
This publication presents the charter class of the Hall of Fame. Beginning with this publication, two alumni from each of Virginia's 23 community colleges will be inducted to the Hall of Fame on a biennial basis.