The May graduation ceremonies are the culmination of students’ hard work at NOVA.
We are dedicated to helping you start strong. Whatever your educational goals, we can help you achieve them.
NOVA offers a variety of athletic and fitness opportunities to our students including intercollegiate sports and intramurals.
2012 Nobel Prize in Physics winner, David Wineland, presented a lecture on 'Quantum Computers & Schrodinger's Cat'.
NOVA's Extended Learning Institute gives you the flexibility to fit education into your busy lifestyle from anywhere in the world.
NOVA's Workforce Development offers in-person, online and customized training to fit your needs.
NOVA's talented faculty and low tuition make it a great place to take a first step toward a bachelor's or advanced degree. Source: NOVA Fact Book 2013-2014.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship, which provides up to $40,000 per year, helps students meet their financial needs so they can transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree.
Female students comprised the majority (55 percent) of the graduate population in the 2012-2013 academic year. Source: NOVA Fact Book 2013-2014.
Summer 2015 registration is under way. Summer classes for the second 8-week session start on June 15.
Tuition payment for Summer 2015 is due by 5 p.m. the next business day after you enroll.
Fall 2015 priority registration began April 14. Register early and pay by deadline -- once a session begins, registration is closed.
NOVA approved implementation of six policy changes that went into effect the Fall 2014 semester.
In honor of Dr. Templin's work as a visionary leader, the NVCCEF created an endowment to fund a scholarship for students in the STEM disciplines.
Our 50th Anniversary provides an exciting opportunity to reflect on our past, celebrate the present and move forward serving our students and community.