Southern honored student scholarship recipients at the annual Scholarship Honor Reception on  Aprill 15, 2002.  Below are several pictures from the event. Pictured from left to right: John Walker, Terry Sammons, Samantha Carver, Anita Adkins, Kristi Carey, Whitney Hall, Shanda Copley, Kayla Baisden, Kendra Baisden, Brenna Copley, Samantha Ballard, Crystal Cole, President Tomblin, Reverend Clell Peyton.  
Logan, WV.-The Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Foundation has selected five students to receive the Pardee Resources Company scholarship for 2011-12, according to Ron E. Lemon, vice president of development. The students selected and the county in which they reside are: Tyler M. Browning of Whitman and Brenden Brown of Davin from Logan County; Nancy  L. Bevins of Williamson from Mingo County; Kristen Duffey of Foster from Boone County; and Adam Bradford of Pineville from Wyoming County.
Consol Energy has joined the growing list of companies contributing to Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College’s  Educational Fund. Charles “Skeeter” Hackworth, coordinator of training and development for Consol Energy presented a check Wednesday to Southern President  Joanne Jeager Tomblin and Ronald E. Lemon, Vice President for Development.
A generous donation was recently presented to the Southern West Virginia Community College Foundation by Cotiga Development Company LP. Cotiga's Manager of Resources Edward Curry presented a check to First Lady/President of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, Joanne Jaeger Tomblin and Vice President for Development at Southern Ronald E. Lemon. “This generous gift from Cotiga will enable us to grant scholarships to students who need help to attend Southern,” said Tomblin. “We are very grateful Cotiga is willing to reach out and invest in the community.”