Fredericksburg Area Campus
The Fredericksburg Area Campus in Spotsylvania is located at Lee’s Hill near the intersection of Interstate 95 at Routes 1 and 17 South, about five miles south of the city. The Dickinson Building, which was Phase I of the Fredericksburg Area Campus, is a 76,000 square-foot building that includes classrooms, laboratories, a library, student lounge, bookstore, and offices for faculty and administrative staff.
The Workforce Development and Technology Center, which was Phase II of the Fredericksburg Campus, is a 40,000 square-foot building devoted to the use of technology for the delivery of instruction and advanced training programs.
The Science & Engineering Building and Information Commons opened in May 2012. This is the third building for the Fredericksburg Area Campus and the facility provides laboratories, instructional resources, student services and more. Additionally Germanna opened a parking garage on this campus in August 2012.
Locust Grove Campus
The Locust Grove Campus is located on Route 3 midway between Culpeper and Fredericksburg. The campus consists of 100 acres adjacent to the Rapidan River in Orange County. This campus houses the college’s Nursing and Allied Health Programs.
The campus building of approximately 65,000 square feet includes classrooms, laboratories (including a state-of-the-art technologies laboratory), bookstore, administrative and faculty offices, a library, information services, business office, and student lounge. Outdoor facilities include a playing field, as well as nature trails, jogging paths, and a picnic area.
There are plans for expansion of facilities at Locust Grove in an effort to keep pace with growing demand for nurses.
Daniel Technology Center
Located at the junction of U.S. Route 29 and State Route 3 just east of the town of Culpeper, The Joseph R. Daniel Technology Center occupies 34 acres. Built on two levels, the 39,000 square foot facility is designed primarily for workforce development instruction and technology training. A wide variety of credit classes are also offered.
Some of its features include: conference center that seats 600 theatre-style, banquet seating for 300, manufacturing technology lab, executive conference room, interactive video theatre, computer tech lab, training suite, and a catering kitchen.
Stafford County Center
In 2009, Germanna opened a facility with the support of the Stafford Economic Development Authority. Germanna’s Stafford County Center enrollment continues to increase and is now over capacity.
Automotive Technology Center
The Stafford County EDA awarded funds toward the construction of the GCC Automotive Technology Center which opened in September 2012. The facility provides educational opportunities for area residents and local high school students.