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Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why should I begin my college education at NRCC?

    NRCC is a great place to begin your college education!

    • class sizes tend to be small and the campus environment personable
    • professors are more accessible than in freshman/sophomore classes at a university
    • Costs are lower than four-year colleges and universities
    • We have Guaranteed Admissions Agreements w/ more than 20 Virginia colleges
    • You can obtain the first half of your bachelor's degree (freshman/sophomore general education courses) at NRCC, & then transfer to a four-year college
  2. Why should I complete my degree before I transfer?

    Many schools give admission preference to students who have completed their transfer Associate Degrees. In many cases, if you have a transfer Associate Degree, you will enter with junior standing and general education requirements will be waived. Also you may be eligible for the "Two-Year Transfer Grant Program." See the Two Year College Grant Factsheet.

  3. If I only plan to stay at NRCC for one year what courses should I take?

    6 cr. - Eng 111 & 112

    6 cr. - transferable math (required for the major you plan to study when you transfer)

    8 cr. - Natural science w/lab (many colleges want one year of one science)

    10 cr. - Transferable social sciences, humanities, or other transferable electives

    Most four year institutions do not require the SAT if students take the necessary college coursework for transfer and maintain a competitive GPA while at NRCC. We recommend that you meet with an Academic Advisor at NRCC and/or with an Admissions Counselor at the four-year college where you plan to transfer before registering for classes.

  4. Will all NRCC courses transfer?

    Yes in most cases, but there are some exceptions and here's why:

    1. Developmental courses (pre-college level) will not transfer and also will not count for a NRCC degree.
    2. Some courses (especially occupational/technical courses) are not designed to transfer.
    3. Grades below "C" generally do not transfer.

    We recommend you meet with an Academic Advisor at NRCC and/or the college to which you plan to transfer before registering for classes.

  5. When do I apply to transfer?

    To begin fall enrollment at a four-year school, the application deadline is generally the middle of the spring term. The most common deadline date for Virginia schools is March 1 for fall admissions; however Virginia Tech's admission's deadline is February 15. Admission committees will review your coursework through the last semester you have completed prior to your application.

  6. Is it a problem if I get accepted at a four-year school for the fall and my spring grades are REALLY bad?

    YES. Schools can withdraw their offer of admission if you do not continue to earn appropriate grades before you enroll at their institution.

  7. When should I begin thinking about transferring?

    NOW! If you wait too long you may miss deadlines and not take appropriate courses. It is NEVER too early to begin the transfer process. If you have questions about transferring, meet with an NRCC Academic Advisor or your Faculty Advisor. Successful transfer to a four-year school is your responsibility. Utilize NRCC and four-year school resources to gather information, but YOU must seek out the information and follow through appropriately.

  8. What are Articulation and Guaranteed Admission Agreements?

    Guaranteed Admission or Articulation Agreements are special programs developed by the Virginia Community College System and four-year colleges and universities that enable students to take advantage of some unique benefits. It is important to carefully read the agreement for the four year institution to which you plan to transfer.

    For a list of participating colleges and program requirements, visit the VCCS Transfer Agreements link.

  9. Where can I get more general information on the transfer process?

    More General Information on the Transfer Process »

Advising Center Contact Information

If you would like to speak with an Academic Advisor, call the Advising Center at (540) 674-3609.

Advising Center Staff

Call (540) 674-3600 or toll-free 1-866-462-6722, then you will be prompted to add the extension number to reach any employee.

Kimberly Brewer

 

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Peggy Dunn

 

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Mark Hanks

 

Student Resource Specialist

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Lucy Howlett

 

Disability Services Coordinator

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Deborah Kennedy

 

Dean of Student Services

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Lori Mitchell

 

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Serena Moore

 

Administrative Specialist

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Glenda Salerno

 

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Frances Scartelli

 

Student Services Advisor

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Alison Weston

 

Enrollment Management and Transfer Services Coordinator

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Rebecca Whitener

 

Student Services Advisor

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