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    Veteran goes from incarceration to classroom and inspires all who meet him

    David Hudgens (left) is from a rough background. In prison, he determined he would turn his life around. At NOVA he has earned his A.S. in Business Administration and is within a few courses of completing an A.S. in Math. He is now a student in NOVA’s innovative BIS program, a partnership with University of Virginia.

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Your Queens set to perform at NOVA-Manassas

The Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College will present Your Queens on Feb. 17 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the campus cafeteria (Howsmon Hall, first floor).

Veteran goes from incarceration to classroom and inspires all who meet him

David Hudgens, dressed in his usual shirt and tie, could easily pass for a professor as he walks the halls of Northern Virginia Community College’s Alexandria Campus. Hudgens’ past is one of military service; but also drug and alcohol use, depression, low self-esteem and incarceration. Hudgens draws his strength and determination from his family and friends, Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR) – the rehabilitation program he’s involved in – and the NOVA professors and students who have since embraced and encouraged him. After serving 14 months in prison, Hudgens was released in 2013 and enrolled at NOVA in January 2014.

Free tax preparation help at NOVA-Loudoun

IRS-certified volunteers at the Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College will prepare free tax returns for individuals and families with 2015 earnings less than $54,000.

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