At Central Virginia Community College in Lynchburg, Virginia, students may pursue professional or academic degrees and benefit from the highly organized, comprehensive, user-friendly resources and student services.
The designated majors for those who wish to transfer to a four-year school are:
Alternately, a series of additional majors are awarded for those who are looking to begin their career upon graduating. These majors include:
*Emergency Medical Services
Student resources are offered on campus as well as online. Examples of these efficiently run services include online career counseling, online guides for effective study skills, resources for students with attention deficit disorder and on-campus tutoring and counseling.
Cultural, recreational and creative arts clubs provide an outlet for students and also a way to develop social and leadership skills.
Students are eligible for admission if they have a high school diploma or GED, are transferring from another college or are a high school student who has permission from a parent, teacher or counselor.
In addition to submitting an application, prospective students must take a placement test and meet with an advisor before enrolling.
Work-study as well as Pell, PTAP and other grants are some forms of financial aid available to those with a significant financial need. Students may also apply for state, school and private scholarships, which usually cover partial tuition.
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