Rappahannock Community College is now enrolling for the spring 2023 semester. The school offers online options and in-person classes at Glenns, Warsaw, King George, New Kent and Montross.
In addition to the traditional sources of financial aid and tuition assistance available, RCC students can apply for scholarships, and state sources such as G3 and FastForward. Virginia’s G3—Get a Skill, Get a Job, Get Ahead—provides tuition help for those studying certain programs in information technology, public safety, health care, skilled trades and early childhood education. FastForward helps students pursuing short-term workforce training for the most in-demand jobs across the commonwealth.
RCC Navigators and financial aid specialists are available to help anyone take the next step, a release said. Enrollment is ongoing. Classes begin Jan. 17.
Visit rappahannock.edu, call 804-333-6730 or email email@example.com for assistance.
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