Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC) seeks nominations for the Hall of Fame Class of 2024. The Hall of Fame awards acknowledge individuals who have contributed significantly to their professions, communities, and CVCC through their exceptional work and achievements. These inductees embody the highest standards of excellence and are recognized by the Chattahoochee Valley Community College Foundation.
CVCC is actively seeking nominations of individuals to join this distinguished list of inductees. Criteria and nomination forms in the Service, Alumni, and Athletics categories can be found at www.cv.edu/foundation/hall-of-fame. Nominations open on September 1, and the deadline is September 30.
Please click on the links below to submit your nominations in these categories:
CVCC is proud to honor those who have contributed to its success. For over 50 years, the College has been the community’s open-access college, with students from all walks of life graduating and transferring to four-year institutions or joining the workforce immediately and enjoying successful careers in technology, public safety, education, and healthcare. The Hall of Fame event has been the CVCC Foundation’s largest fundraiser since 2014, with $607,300 raised for the Student Scholarship Fund. An evening celebrating our 2024 Hall of Fame inductees is set for March 12, 2024.
For information on the CVCC Hall of Fame or how to support CVCC, contact David Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334.291.4938.
In March of 2023, the College was pleased to recognize Phil Stillwell, Co-Founder of “The Game,” as Distinguished Athlete; Leigh Ann Barbaree, Nurse Practitioner at Horizon’s Diagnostic, as Distinguished Alumni; and Peggy Martin, former Mayor of Phenix City, for Distinguished Service.
Note: Picture Attached – 2023 Hall of Fame Honorees Phil Stillwell, Distinguished Athlete; Peggy Martin, Distinguished Service; and Leigh Ann Barbaree, Distinguished Alumnus.