For your convenience and because of space limitations on the campuses, some courses are offered at off-campus locations throughout the community. Full course information (locations, dates, and times) can be found in the course listing section of this schedule.
Certain campus-specific information, such as transportation, programs offered, Cooperative and Internship Education, and Alternate Delivery Format (ADF), is also listed in this section.
Fort Myer (FTM)
Located in Arlington—from I-395 or Route 50 take Washington Blvd. and enter Fort Myer at Second Street (Hatfield Gate). Call the NVCC Fort Myer office (703-527-5976 or 703-845-6044) for information on building access. Fort Myer employees have priority for registration for these courses. Classes are held in buildings 219, 230, 232, and 404. Building and room assignments are posted in Building 219. Classes will not meet on federal holidays.
Henderson Hall (HEN)
In Arlington at South Orme and Southgate Streets. Call the NVCC Fort Myer office (703-527-5976 or 703-845-6044) for information on building access. Henderson Hall employees have priority for registration for these courses. Classes are held in Building 29, rooms 100, 103, 104, and 105. Room assignments are posted in Building 29. Classes will not meet on federal holidays.
Participation is limited to persons already holding a Pentagon Building pass. Classroom assignments are posted outside the Pentagon Education Center, Room 3C147. Classes will not meet on federal holidays.
Wakefield High School (WHS)
In south Arlington at 4901 South Chesterfield Road, very close to the Alexandria Campus. Follow Arlington Public School announcements for school holidays and closings.
Transportation – The Alexandria Campus is served by Metrobus lines 7A, E, F; 25A, B, F, G, J, P, R; 28A, B, C.
Metrobus-Metrorail connections are available from the Ballston, Pentagon, and King Street Stations. For additional information, call 202-637-7000.
Arlington County Fire Training Academy (ATA)
2800 S. Taylor Street, Arlington, Virginia
Employee Assistance Services, Inc. (EAS)
7918 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 230
Fairfax Fire and Rescue Academy (FTA)
4600 West Ox Road, Fairfax, Virginia
Fairfax High School (FHS)
3500 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Fire Station 18 (FSE)
3101 Hodge Place, Falls Church, Virginia
Robinson Secondary School (RSS)
5035 Sideburn Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22032
Health Technology Programs —In order to register for courses in the DNH, EMT (except EMT 106, 196), NUR, PTH (except PTH 100), RAD, and RTH programs, you must have been previously accepted and have selected a major in these specific health programs and have division approval. The Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) provides assistance to Health Technologies students who are academically or economically disadvantaged. The program implements retention strategies, as well as case management for HCOP participants enrolled in health technology programs. For additional information on HCOP, call 703-323-3543.
Transportation—The Annandale Campus is served primarily by Metrobus Lines 29 C, E (Express Line), G, H, K, L, N, and X (Express Line). Metrobus-Metrorail connections are available from the Dunn Loring, Pentagon, and King Street Stations. For additional information, call 202-637-7000.
EXTENDED LEARNING INSTITUTE (ELI)
The College offers many courses that you can take without coming to class on campus. See the ELI section in this schedule for details.
Potomac Falls High School (PFH)
46400 Algonkian Parkway, Sterling, VA 20165
South Lakes High School (SLH)
11400 South Lakes Drive, Reston, VA 20191
Sterling Middle School (STM)
201 West Holly Avenue, Sterling, VA 20164
Maps are available in the Admissions and Records Office or on the College Website at http://www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/admission/off_campus.htm if your classes are scheduled for PFH (Potomac Falls High School, Sterling, VA), SLH (South Lakes High School, Reston, VA), or STM (Sterling Middle School, Sterling, VA). Rooms will be assigned on the first night of each class at SLH and STM by campus representatives at these sites.
Veterinary Technology Program—In order to register for courses in the Veterinary Technology program, you must have been previously accepted and have selected this program as your major. Division approval is required for registration in classes with the VET prefix.
Manassas Park High School (MPH)
8200 Euclid Avenue
Manassas Park, Virginia
Grace E. Metz Middle School (MMS)
9700 Fairview Avenue
Osbourn High School (OSB)
9005 Tudor Lane
Stonewall Middle School (SMS)
10100 Lomond Drive
Manassas students interested in cooperative/internship education should contact the Cooperative and Internship Education Office at Annandale for information and placement (703-323-3164).
Transportation —For bus rides to and from campus, call OmniLink at 703-730-6664 or 1-888-730-6664. For directions to off-campus locations, check the Website at www.nvcc.edu/manassas/mapdir/offcamplocat.htm.
OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY (ODU) TELETECHNET DEGREE PROGRAMS
ODU provides students with the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree while remaining in Northern Virginia. See the ODU section in this schedule for details.
Potomac High School (PHS)
From Woodbridge Campus, take a right onto Neabsco Mills Road. At the intersection, take a right heading south on Route 1 for approximately 2 miles and four stop lights to Four Year Trail. Turn right on Four Year Trail and look for Potomac High School sign.
Fort Belvoir (FBA), Barden Education Center
From Route 1, going north, turn right at the main (Pence Gate) gate. Follow Belvoir Road to 12th Street. Turn left on 12th Street. Building is located on left-hand side at intersection of Belvoir Road and 12th Street. Passes are now required. Students enrolled in classes at Fort Belvoir must have a picture ID and car registration available in order to receive a Temporary pass. Semester passes are available in the Main Office (Barden Education Center room 123) during the day or in the evenings Monday – Thursday, 1700 – 1900. Passes will also be available on Friday and Saturdays as the classes meet.
Quantico (QMD), Diamond Hall
Enter Quantico through the Main Gate (North) and follow the primary road (Fuller Road which changes to Barnett Road at the town of Quantico) for approximately 4½ miles. Turn left at Catlin Road. Proceed on Catlin Road to Building 3098 (Diamond Hall), located on the right-hand side.
Quantico High School (QHS)
Go through the Main Gate (North) on Fuller Road. Turn right at Purvis Road. And follow it to the high school, located on the right-hand side at the top of the hill.
For classes held at the military bases in special locations, ask for specific instructions at the Main Gates.
ADF—ADF stands for - Alternate Delivery Format. Each ADF course differs in format and is often self-paced. However, you should reserve scheduled class time or check with specific instructors as to their requirements.
Woodbridge students interested in cooperative/internship Education should contact the Cooperative and Internship Education Office at Annandale (703-323-3164) for information and placement.
Transportation—The Woodbridge Campus is served by Omnilink. For information, call 703-730-6664 or 1-888-730-6664. Omnilink is wheelchair accessible.
Last revised: Wednesday, Aug-07-2002 14:48