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Apply for Graduation deadlines:

Spring graduation - December 31

Summer graduation - May 31

Fall graduation - September 30

Office Hours

Both Campus (LGC and FAC)
Monday's & Thursday's 8:30AM - 7:00PM
Tues., Wed., & Fri. 8:30AM - 5:00PM


General Admission to Germanna Community College

Individuals are eligible for admission to Germanna Community College if they are high school graduates or the equivalent, or if they are eighteen years of age or older and able to benefit academically from a program at the College as demonstrated by assessment in reading, writing and mathematics. Minimum scores are noted in the chart below. Exceptions to this policy may be made by the College President only for documented reasons.

General Admission

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Curricular Students

Curricular students are those who wish to pursue, on a full- or part-time basis, the completion of a degree or certificate offered by the College. For curricular students, the following items are required for official admission:

Curricular Students

 

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Noncurricular Students

Noncurricular students do not currently intend to apply credits toward completion of a program of study (degree or certificate) offered by the College.

Noncurricular Students

 

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Assessment/Placement

Assessment of skill level is mandatory for all new students. Placement testing may be required as part of that assessment. To ensure appropriate placement in beginning classes, new students must demonstrate that they possess the necessary skills in reading, writing and mathematics before registering for classes that require proficiency in these skills.

Assessment/Placement

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Readmission

A student who interrupts his/her enrollment at the College for more than three years is required to submit an up-to-date Application for Admission and Application for Virginia Domicile. This application must be submitted before registering for classes.

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Admission to Specific Curricula

In addition to the general admission requirements, specific requirements are prescribed for each curriculum of the College. The specific requirements for each curriculum are listed in the Programs of Study section of this catalog. Students applying for admission to an Associate Degree program (Associate of Arts & Sciences, Associate of Science, or Associate of Applied Science) must be a high school graduates or the equivalent, or otherwise be considered eligible by the College. Nursing Admission: Requirements for admission into the nursing programs are specific, and admission is selective and competitive. Residents of Germanna’s service region in Caroline, Culpeper, King George, Madison, Orange, Spotsylvania, Stafford and the City of Fredericksburg will be offered priority consideration for admission.

Nursing Admission :

Requirements for admission into the nursing programs are specific, and admission is selective and competitive. Residents of Germanna’s service region in Caroline, Culpeper, King George, Madison, Orange, Spotsylvania, Stafford and the City of Fredericksburg will be offered priority consideration for admission.

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Admission of Transfer Students

Normally, transfer students who are eligible for reentrance at the last college of attendance are also eligible for admission to Germanna Community College.

Admission of Transfer Students

For more information about transfer credit and advanced standing, please see the following page: Transfer Information

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Admission of Dual Enrollment Students
(High School and Home Schooled Students)

Dual enrollment allows students to earn college credit while still in high school. High school juniors and seniors or the home school equivalent, may be able to take Germanna courses if they meet admission, placement and prerequisite requirements.

Admission of Dual Enrollment, High School and Home Schooled Students

 

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High School Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment is an enriching program where high school students take college courses and earn college credit in their own high school. Students earn college and high school credits simultaneously. College credits transfer to Virginia Community Colleges, and most four-year colleges and universities. Individual colleges and universities make final determinations of transfer of credits. Students should check with the institution they are planning to attend regarding transferability of credits.

High School Dual Enrollment

Students should contact their high school guidance office for information on the dual enrollment program.

Visit Dual Enrollment Web Page

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