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  1. Glossary


    Use this glossary to look up terms that are unfamiliar to you.

    A person at a high school or college who assists a student with choosing their program of study or courses, and may perform a variety of other tasks including assisting with enrollment into classes or assisting with college transfer. - July 17, 2023

  2. Resources for Military Students

    Virginia’s Community Colleges are proud of our long and successful history of working with every branch of the military to offer veterans, retirees, active duty personnel and their families a strong, career- focused education.

    Below you will find a list of resources that may be of help as your navigate your next steps. - October 6, 2021

  3. Paying for School- Financial Aid 101

    Paying for college may seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be! Financial aid can come from a variety of resources like federal or state funds, or private sources (like a loan or a scholarship). Below you will find listings that will help you understand how financial aid works, how to pay for college, and loans. - October 7, 2021

  4. How Much Does it Cost to Attend? Tuition Information

    Virginia’s Community Colleges are meeting an affordable tuition goal: Tuition will not exceed half of the average cost to attend a public four-year institution in Virginia.

    To find out about current Tuition Rates, please visit: 

    Please consult the community college you are interested in for complete information about tuition and any other fees that may apply. - October 7, 2021

  5. General Step-by-Step for Justice-Impacted Individuals to pursue college programs


    1. Check if you can go to college: Find out if you can go to college based on your past and the rules in your state. 

    2. Find the right college: Look for a college that has the classes you want to take and is friendly to people who have been impacted by the justice system. - March 6, 2023

  6. Funding, Scholarships, and Grants for Justice-Impacted-Individuals

    FAFSA Resources

    The FAFSA is a form you fill out to ask for money from the government to help pay for college. It helps find out if you can get financial aid, like grants, loans, or work-study, to make college more affordable. - March 20, 2023

  7. What information do I need when I fill out the 2023-2024 FAFSA?

    Here’s a checklist:

    You should have the following information and documents with you as you fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): - March 31, 2023

  8. How FastForward Can Help Previously Incarcerated Students

    logo - May 8, 2023

  9. G3: More free money to help with college

  10. Participating Colleges in G3: A Program Providing Free Money for College

    Virginia G3


    Read more about G3 here: G3: More free money to help with college | Credits2Careers

  - May 16, 2023

  11. Understanding Pell Grants for Justice-Impacted Individuals - Free Money for College

    Pell grants are now available for justice-impacted individuals who are currently or were previously incarcerated. This is a great chance for you to continue your education and gain college credit at Virginia's community colleges. - June 22, 2023

  12. Resources by Regions of Virginia

    Map of Virginia

    Map sourced from University of Virginia - Demographics Research Group.
  - June 26, 2023