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400+ professional credentials can be earned through workforce training

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Featured Blog Post

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With this new year comes a new blog presence for Virginia’s Community Colleges, a place where we will share the stories, expertise and people that make the community college experience real. We’ll start out by sharing news from the legislative session of the 2014 General Assembly. And we’ll highlight the stories of students who participate in “Every Day is Community College Day,” students who share why community colleges are such an important resource to all families in the commonwealth.

Within the next few weeks we’ll add new features as well, including stories that focus on how Virginia’s Community Colleges impact and support the workforce environment in the state, the powerful impact the transfer process can have on those new to the community college environment, and how Virginia’s Community Colleges continue to transform themselves to even better meet the commonwealth’s needs.

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Student Successes

student success

More than $1.235 million in scholarships have been provided to students throughout the commonwealth thanks to the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education.

Statewide Innovations

Virginia’s Community Colleges are drastically shortening the time it takes students to complete developmental courses, giving them a fighting chance to progress to college-level work and graduate.


Save the date for the 2013 Hire Ed conference, Dec. 11-13 at The Homestead, presented by Virginia’s Community Colleges.

College of William and Mary
    • Start at a Virginia Community College and complete your associate degree and then transfer to College of William and Mary, to complete your four-year degree.

Credits and Courses

    • This agreement requires at least 45.0 credits from Virginia Community College.
    • This agreement requires that your cumulative GPA at Virginia Community College must be at least 3.6.
    • This agreement requires that you have not received a grade lower than in any course.


    • A letter of intent is required.


    • Letter of intent should be signed after the student has completed at least 15 transferable credit hours at a Virginia Community College and one year before the student completes the transfer-oriented associate’s degree.
    • College of William and Mary requires the submission of a community college transcript.
    • Semester(s) in which students are permitted to transfer under the agreement:
    • Any
    • Within 24 months after graduating from Virginia Community College within which the student must matriculate to College of William and Mary under the agreement.

Student Access

    • The agreement provides students using the agreement with the same access as native students to:
    • Distribution of financial aid
    • Campus housing
    • Selection of courses
    • Parking



  • In addition to requirements noted above, students must maintain continuous enrollment at a VCCS institution with no more than one non-summer semester without enrollment. Students are required to meet the College of William and Mary’s foreign language requirement. Students are strongly encouraged to review the full agreement for details on requirements of the agreement.