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#ItDoesntTakeMuch to alter the trajectory of a life, Dr. Janet Gullickson says. Even the smallest donation can make a big difference by helping change the course of the life of one of our students.

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GCC Educational Foundation honors philanthropist Mary Jane O’Neill

Read the Free Lance-Star’s report   It takes much more than means and generosity to make a philanthropist great. A great one doesn’t merely donate funds. He or she measures need and potential impact and invests in causes in a way that turns lives around and strengthens communities for generations. He or she remains involved long after…

Veterans and dependents, please join us for our Military Appreciation and Resource Fair on Nov. 15

Maximize your V.A. benefits and learn about education opportunities from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15 at our Fredericksburg Area Campus in Spotsylvania near Cosner’s Corner off U.S. 17 at 10000 Germanna Point Drive. Our Military Appreciation and Resource Fair is open to active duty military personnel, reservists, retirees, veterans and dependents. It’s…

Coordinator of Disabilities Services’ own disability has proved a blessing to Germanna students

When Win Stevens was in college, his goal was to become a radio show host. Stevens, who suffers from dyslexia, worked extremely hard to overcome his disability in his communications class, rehearsing a speech by listening to tapes of himself again and again. When his class presentation was a success, Stevens’ professor, perplexed that he…

Are you a CNA? Expand your earning power.

Are you a CNA? Expand your earning power by taking our Medication Aide course this summer or fall at our new Barbara J. Fried Center in Stafford or at one of our other Germanna campuses in Spotsylvania or Locust Grove. Check out our schedule.   

GCC student Devon DiSanza named a New Century Pathway Scholar

Germanna Community College student Devon DiSanza has been named a New Century Transfer Pathway Scholars for 2018. Selection was based on the score earned in the All-USA Academic Team competition, for which more than 2,000 applications were received this year. Devon had the highest score in our state and was the only New Century Transfer…

Va. Tech students: Save time, money. Take a summer class at GCC.

Virginia Tech students from the Fredericksburg, Orange and Culpeper areas can graduate sooner and save money by taking a class or two at Germanna Community College over the summer. Check with your Tech advisor to make sure courses will transfer. Possibilities include: ACC  211, 212  Accounting BIO 101, 102 General Biology CST110 Principles of Public Speaking…

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