Application Information

You are eligible for admission to CVCC if you are:

  • A high school graduate or GED recipient
  • A non-high school graduate 18 years of age or older and able to benefit from a program at CVCC
  • A transfer student from an accredited college or university
  • A current high school junior or senior who is 16 or older and who has parental permission and a permission letter from the high school

Prospective Student Checklist

  1. Complete this online application.

  2. Apply for Financial Aid.

    Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov.
    Enter the CVCC School Code of 004988 to have your information sent to CVCC.
    Check your CVCC email account for notification of financial aid application status.

  3. Determine your College Readiness in Math and English.

    Placement tests for Math and English are given in the CVCC Library.
    Monday-Thursday from 8AM - 5:30PM and Friday from 8AM - 3PM
    You will need your student ID# and a picture ID to take the test. 
    You can also take the placement test at our off-site centers. Check the off-site centers for appointment hours.
    The tests are computerized, untimed, and take about four hours to complete. 

  4. Meet with an academic counselor to enroll in classes and select a plan of study, if undecided.

    Call the Academic Counseling Department at 434-832-7800 for information on scheduling an appointment or come by Amherst Hall, Room 2100 for walk-in advising.
    Students with questions about disability services may review the Student Accessibility Services website or call 434-832-7299.

  5. Pay tuition or verify that your financial aid award has been posted to your account.

    You can pay for your courses in the Accounting Office (Amherst Hall, Room 2208) or online by credit card through your myCVCC account.
    Tuition due dates for each semester are posted on the Academic Calendar.
    If you are eligible for financial aid, then your award amount will be posted on your myCVCC account.

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    Students in CVCC's Motorcycle Training Program

    • Students wishing to apply for the motorcycle training program, click here for assistance completing your application for admission.

    — Last updated by Central Virginia Community College on 10/10/2018 7:22AM PST

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    Central Virginia Community College
    Office of Admissions and Records
    3506 Wards Road
    Lynchburg, VA 24502-2498

    (434) 832-7633
    (434) 832-7793
    www.centralvirginia.edu
    studentservices@cvcc.vccs.edu

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