Spring 2020 Credit Class Schedule

EXCELLENCE STARTS HERE: HONORS PROGRAM Develop academic and leadership skills through PVCC’s Honors Program. Honors classes are smaller and more interactive and provide excellent preparation for transfer to competitive colleges and universities. What are the benefits of joining the Honors Program? • All Honors courses are noted on the student’s transcript. • Students who completed 15 credits of Honors courses with a GPA of 3.5 or higher will receive the Honors Diploma and an Honors medallion that can be worn with their graduation regalia. • Honors students participate in extracurricular activities that include leadership development and service, and many students qualify for unique scholarships. • Several Honors students have been recognized at the national level by being named to the All-USA Community College Academic First Team and at the state level as New Century Scholars (i.e., the top community college student in Virginia). Others have received scholarships and academic awards at PVCC. To learn more, contact: Honors Program Coordinator John Gulley at jgulley@pvcc.edu or 434.961.5363, or visit www.pvcc.edu/honors .


Dual Credit Classes @ PVCC High school students also have the option to take college classes on the PVCC campus with other college students. To learn more about dual credit classes, contact Early College Advisor Jonathan Renshaw at jrenshaw@pvcc.edu or by calling 434.961.5263. Note: Students are responsible for tuition and fees if taking dual credit classes at PVCC. CLASSES FOR ADULT STUDENTS Did you know that 17% of PVCC students are age 30 and older? It’s never too late to prepare for a new career, update

CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: AT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL OR AT PVCC www.pvcc.edu/dualenrollment Dual Enrollment Classes @ Area High Schools The PVCC Dual Enrollment Program allows eligible high school students to earn college and high school credit simultaneously. Students can save money since dual enrollment classes in the high schools are offered at no cost to the student. Contact your high school guidance counselor to learn more.

skills or earn a promotion. PVCC offers a wide variety of flexible class offerings to accommodate the needs of working adults, including online and evening classes, short- term training, job placement assistance and more. To find out about PVCC’s programs, financial aid options, and how PVCC can make college work for you, attend a free Getting Started Information Session. Getting Started Sessions are held at various locations throughout PVCC’s service region. See back cover for a list

of upcoming sessions or visit www.pvcc.edu/outreach .


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