The Loudoun Campus provides a variety of academic programs, continuing education classes, events and campus facilities to more than 11,000 students each year.
Located on 93 sprawling acres in Sterling, the Loudoun Campus includes eight buildings, two greenhouses, a dog run, the Waddell Art Gallery and the 230-seat Waddell Theater.
Among the more distinctive programs offered at Loudoun are the Veterinary Technology and Horticulture programs through the Natural and Applied Science Division, the Music Recording Technology program via the Communication and Human Studies Division and the Motorcycle Rider and Aviation Training courses offered by the office of Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
Start or continue your education at Northern Virginia's Loudoun Campus.
- Provost Welcome
- Campus Council
Welcome to the Loudoun Campus! Congratulations on taking this very important step to building your future.
We offer diverse programs and classes at the Loudoun Campus, while also providing high quality instruction and service. You will receive an affordable, quality education. You may enroll in programs that enable you to complete the first two years of college before transferring to a university to complete a baccalaureate degree; or, you may enroll in those programs that give you marketable job skills in two years or less.
You may also enroll in courses, which enhance your career advancement, or take part in workforce training programs, all taught by excellent faculty. Recognizing that learning is a lifelong process, we offer an array of academic programs and flexible-scheduling options designed to accommodate everyone whether you are 18 or 80, still in high school or a senior citizen.
Loudoun Campus’ diverse faculty and student body, along with our commitment to technology are your links to a world of opportunities in the workforce. We are a valued partner and a valuable resource within our community.
At the Loudoun Campus you have the potential to expand your horizons; you will find friendly, helpful faculty and staff who want to help you succeed; you will find countless possibilities and opportunities; and you will find your future.
I encourage you to take control of your future and reach for the greatest heights of your dreams by taking advantage of all that we have to offer!
Julie Leidig, Ph.D.
Office: LR 252
The purpose of the Campus Council is to serve as an instrument for the formulation and expression of faculty, student and staff points of view on each campus. The Council usually considers questions relevant to its respective campus and its constituencies. It advises and seeks advice from the Provost of the campus and, through the Provost, to the President of the College. It also communicates with and makes recommendations to campus committees, college committees and/or the College Senate.
Campus Council Membership, Minutes and Agendas
- Tim Eichers, TF
- Nelson Kofie, TF
- Nathan Leslie, TF
- Scott Matthews, TF
- Michael Polcen, TF
- Bridget Pool, TF
- William Straight, TF
- Laura Siko, AF
- Randy Fournier, AF
- Mary Frances Vito, CL
- Nate Arthur, CL