Credit Class Schedule

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PVCC Costs One-Third on Average Compared to In-State Four-Year Colleges and Universities. PVCC is the affordable choice for higher education, as shown in the chart below, plus there is no expense for room and board at PVCC. 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. 2012-13 Full-Time In-State Undergraduate Charges Tuition and Total Mandatory Fees INSTITUTIONS George Mason University Old Dominion University University of Virginia TUITION AND TOTAL MANDATORY FEES $9,620 $8,450 Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Tech College of William and Mary Christopher Newport University UVA-Wise James Madison University Longwood University University of Mary Washington Norfolk State University Radford University Virginia Military Institute Virginia State University Richard Bland College (RBC) VA Community College System (VCCS) PVCC Average 4-Year Institutions Average 2-Year (RBC and VCCS) Average All Institutions $12,006 $9,885 $10,923 $13,570 $10,572 $8,107 $8,808 $10,890 $9,246 $6,860 $8,590 $13,835 $7,420 $4,409 $3,735 $9,919 $4,072 $9,231 Source: 2012-13 Tuition and Fees at Virginia's State-Supported Colleges and Universities. State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, July 2012, page 11. Apply NOW for Financial Aid to Attend PVCC's Spring or Summer 2013 Semesters! 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 2013 Semester. Attend Super Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on PVCC's 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. PVCC first-year science student Lucy Hale began researching colleges when she was a sophomore in high school. Three things were on her priority list: 1) pay for some of her college education herself instead of relying solely on her mother, 2) mature more before going to a four-year institution and 3) prepare for a bachelor's degree. With its affordable tuition, small class sizes and transfer degree programs, PVCC was the perfect choice for Lucy and her family. Hear the rest of her story in her own words by clicking HERE. For schedule updates, visit pvcc.edu/classes. PVCC Spring 2013 Class Schedule 13

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