Tuition & Fees: Community College compared to 4-year Institutions.
Virginia’s community colleges offer students more than the opportunity to earn a degree or certificate. They provide a gateway to the commonwealth’s four-year colleges and universities.
Through system-wide agreements, students who graduate from one of Virginia's 23 community colleges with an associate's degree and a minimum grade point average may obtain GUARANTEED admission to more than 20 of the commonwealth's colleges and universities.
How to Prepare to Transfer: It's Never Too Early!
Students are encouraged to contact the office of admissions and the individual departments at the 4-year college/university to which they are transferring. Departmental requirements may differ from regular admission requirements.
PHCC’s Dual Enrollment contact:
Meghan Eggleston- Accelerated Learning Coordinator
Office: Philpott 123
Division: Professional Technologies, Health Sciences, Accelerated Learning & Off-Campus Sites
Department: Accelerated Career Pathway
Four-year public institutions that will not honor the GAA for students graduating with an associate degree prior to or concurrent with high school graduation:
- Christopher Newport University
- College of William and Mary
- Longwood University
- University of Virginia
- Virginia Tech
Master Course File (VCCS)