2-Year College Information
Community Colleges offer specialized courses of study where a student can earn an associate's degree or certificate in an intensive training program. Many students often make the choice to attend community college before transferring to a 4-year institution allowing them to save money on general education courses, stay close to home, and have smaller class sizes. Click the links below to learn more!
Virginia Peninsula Community College - Virginia Peninsula Community College (VPCC) is an accredited, two-year institution of higher education established as a part of a statewide system of community colleges. VPCC primarily serves the residents of the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, and Williamsburg, and the counties of James City and York.
Tidewater Community College - As the largest provider of higher education and workforce services in Hampton Roads, Tidewater Community College (TCC) is dedicated to servicing our diverse community and changing lives through the power of education. TCC provides flexible, affordable education options to over 30,000 students each year, both online and on campuses and centers in all major cities in South Hampton Roads – so finding a location or program that fits you, and your schedule, is easy.
Rappahannock Community College - Rappahannock Community College (RCC) provides inclusive access to exceptional training and educational opportunities that meet the community’s needs and prepare individuals for success as learners, employees, and citizens. RCC provides workforce credentialing, college credit toward an Associate or transfer degree, skills training, professional certifications, and high school dual enrollment.
Tuition Free Community College Information - Virginia's G3 Program provides tuition-free community college opportunities for low- and middle-income students in Virginia who pursue education in qualifying high-demand areas. G3 financial assistance can help cover tuition for select programs in healthcare, early childhood education, information technology, and public safety.
Transfer Virginia - Dual enrollment opportunities offer courses through which you may earn college credits. You must have a 3.0 GPA to enroll in a DE course. Click this link to learn more about making the most of dual enrollment classes and how they can transfer to Transfer Virginia partner Institutions.
Virginia's Community College Transfer Program - Through system agreements, students who graduate from one of Virginia's 23 community colleges with an associates degree and a minimum grade point average may obtain GUARANTEED admission to more than 30 of the commonwealth's colleges and universities.
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