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RECEIVE AN AFFORDABLE, QUALIT Y EDUCATION AT PVCC. Family Saves $95,000 by Choosing PVCC. PVCC and University of Virginia alumna Ebonee Parrish always had her eye on the prize of completing a bachelor's degree in psychology. Her family saved about $95,000 on the cost of higher education by starting their daughter's bachelor's degree studies at PVCC. After graduating magna cum laude with an associate degree in 2010, Ebonee transferred as a third-year student to U.Va. and completed her education. At PVCC, she qualified for financial aid that helped to pay for books and tuition. Read about it in Money magazine at www.pvcc.edu/save. PVCC Costs One-Third on Average Compared to In-State Four-Year Colleges and Universities. Pursue an associate degree or certificate, or complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree at PVCC, then transfer to a four-year institution for the third and fourth year of study. Apply NOW for Financial Aid to Attend PVCC's Spring or Summer 2014 Semesters! 2013-14 Full-Time In-State Undergraduate Charges Tuition and Total Mandatory Fees* College of William and Mary $15,463 Virginia Military Institute $14,404 University of Virginia $12,458 Virginia Commonwealth University $12,002 Virginia Tech $11,455 Longwood University $11,340 Christopher Newport University $11,092 George Mason University $9,908 University of Mary Washington $9,660 James Madison University $9,176 Radford University $8,976 Old Dominion University $8,820 UVA-Wise $8,509 Virginia State University $7,784 Norfolk State University $7,226 Richard Bland College (RBC) $4,020 PVCC VA Community College System $3,900 Average 4-Year Institutions Average All Institutions $10,387 $9,631 *Source: 2013-14 Tuition and Fees at Virginia's State-Supported Colleges and Universities. State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, July 2013, page 12. 2 PVCC Spring 2014 Class Schedule For schedule updates, visit www.pvcc.edu/classes. Don't delay applying for financial aid if you want to take classes this spring or summer. See if you qualify for financial aid and how much you might receive. Go now to www.pvcc.edu/finaidsteps to start the process. PVCC's Financial Aid Office in our Main Building, room M136, can also help you. Stop by for a visit, or call 434.961.6545 or email finaid@pvcc.edu. Explore Financial Aid for PVCC's Fall 2014 Semester. Attend Super FAFSA Day, Feb. 8, 2014, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on PVCC's main campus. • Meet one-on-one with financial aid counselors. • Learn about grants, scholarships, loans, etc. • Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). High school students should bring their parents since the FAFSA requires parental information.  • Register to win a $100 book scholarship.  This free event is sponsored by PVCC and the Va. Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Visit www.vasfaa.org.

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