Are you Germanna ready?
The best way to prepare for college is to develop strong foundations in Math and English. Math, reading and writing skills are the building blocks for successful learning and understanding in all academic areas.
How to apply to germanna
All students pursuing credit programs of study and/or degrees must apply to Germanna as a first step. A returning student who has not enrolled in classes within the last 3 years must submit a new Application for Admission. See information below on completing the online Application. Make sure to fill out the Instate Tuition application (Part 5) or you WILL be charged out-of-state tuition.
How to register for classes
Students may register in person at either the Locust Grove Campus or the Fredericksburg Area Campus for classes taught at either campus. Students may also register ONLINE via SIS . All students are encouraged to register for classes as early as possible. Registration dates are listed in the current Class Schedule . Registration is not complete until tuition is paid.
- Registration Information
- Programs of Study Overview
- Programs of Study
- View Class Schedule
- Admissions & Records
Paying for college/financial aid
Student financial aid is money received from an outside source to assist the student in paying for the costs of higher education. Financial aid is available from the state and federal governments, the Germanna Educational Foundation, and private organizations.
Programs of study
Both Campus (LGC and FAC)
Monday's & Thursday's 8:30AM - 7:00PM
Tues., Wed., & Fri. 8:30AM - 5:00PM
New Student Orientation
New Student Orientation is required for all new Germanna Community College students. Orientation provides new students with the essential information needed to get started and be a successful student.
Links and Information to ACC, Counseling Center, GED Testing Services, Helpdesk, Library Services, and more.
Experiential Learning Center
Experiential Learning Partnerships support Germanna's vision to provide quality learning experiences that enable students to participate effectively in the social, economic, political, intellectual, and cultural life of their communities.