NVCC Fall 2006 Class Schedule


     

Off-Campus Locations & Campus Specific Information


     

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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.

The College home page www.nvcc.edu has a link titled “Getting Here” that provides maps as well as information about transportation to and from all campuses and centers.

ALEXANDRIA CAMPUS

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 Center (ARC)
4600 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203-1553
703-845-6200
Student Parking: Student parking is not available at the Arlington Center; therefore, students do not have to purchase a parking permit. It is recommended tat students use public transportation. The Arlington Center is located approximately four blocks from the Ballston Metro station on the Orange Line. To find specific times for METRO trains and buses from your area, please consult http://www.wmata.com or http://www.commuterpage.com/art/.

Fort Myer (FTM)
This Military Site Office (MSO) is located in Arlington—from I-395 or Route 50 take Washington Blvd. and enter Fort Myer at Second Street (Hatfield Gate). For directions, maps, and information on base access, go to the MSO Web site at www.nvcc.edu/alexandria/military/index.htm or call the NVCC Fort Myer office at (703) 527-5976. Active duty, active reserve and military dependents have priority for enrollment for these courses; however, non-DoD, NVCC students may also enroll. Classes are held in buildings 219, 230, 232, and 404. Building and room assignments are posted in Building 219 and can also be found on the MSO Web site’s “Schedule” page. Classes will not meet on federal holidays.

Henderson Hall (HEN)
This Military Site Office (MSO) is located in Arlington at South Orme and Southgate Streets. For directions, maps, and information on base access, go to the MSO Web site at www.nvcc.edu/Alexandria/military/index.htm or call the NVCC Fort Myer office at (703) 527-5976. Active duty, active reserve, and military dependents have priority for enrollment for these courses; however, non-DoD, NVCC students may also enroll. Classes are held in Building 29, rooms 100, 103, 104, and 105. Room assignments are posted in Building 29 and can also be found on the MSO Web site’s “Schedule” page. Classes will not meet on federal holidays.

Northern Virginia Training Futures (NTF)
6315 Backlick Rd., Suite 301
Springfield, VA 22150

South County Government Center (SCG)
8350 Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA 22309

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.

 

ANNANDALE CAMPUS

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.

Arlington County Fire Training Academy (ATA)
2800 S. Taylor Street, Arlington, Virginia

Employee Assistance Services, Inc. (EAS)
7918 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 230
McLean, Virginia

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 22042

Robinson Secondary School (RSS)
5035 Sideburn Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22032

 

EXTENDED LEARNING INSTITUTE (ELI)

The Extended Learning Institute (ELI) offers distance learning courses to students who prefer to study independently. Most coursework may be completed at home. For more information and a list of available courses, choose "ELI-Distance Learning" as the campus from the Schedule Search page, or go to the ELI (Distance Learning) web site at http://eli.nvcc.edu/.

LOUDOUN CAMPUS

Transportation —The Loudoun Campus is served by the 7 to 7 on 7 bus services, from roughly 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday. For information call Loudoun County Transit at (703) 771-5665 or visit www.loudoun.gov/bus. The Reston Center is served by the Fairfax Connector. For information call (703) 339-7200 or visit www.fairfaxconnector.com.

Loudoun Cornwall Center (MEW)
224 Cornwall Street, NW, Leesburg, VA 20176

Loudoun Valley High School (LVH)
340 N. Maple Ave., Purcellville, VA 20132

Potomac Falls High School (PFH)
46400 Algonkian Parkway, Sterling, VA 20165

Reston Center (RES1)
SCS Builidng, 11260 Roger Bacon Dr., Reston, VA 20190
Room numbers up to 0012

Reston Technical Training Center (RES2)
1831 Wiehle Avenue, Reston, VA 20190
Room number 0001 or 0300 and up

Maps are available in the Admissions and Records Office or on the College Web site at http://www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/admission/off_campus.htm if your classes are scheduled for LVH (Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, VA), PFH (Potomac Falls High School, Sterling, VA). Rooms will be assigned on the first night of each class by campus representatives at each of these sites. Rooms will be assigned on the first night of each class by campus representatives at each of 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 CAMPUS

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 Web site at www.nvcc.edu/manassas/mapdir/offcamplocat.htm.

Grace E. Metz Middle School (MMS)
9700 Fairview Avenue
Manassas, Virginia

Manassas Park High School (MPH)
8200 Euclid Avenue
Manassas Park, Virginia 20110

Manassas students interested in cooperative/internship education should contact the Cooperative and Internship Education Office at Annandale for information and placement (703-323-3164).

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION CAMPUS (MEC)

Transportation: The Medical Education Campus is served by the Fairfax Connector. Route 332 will take you to the Campus from the Franconia-Springfield Metro Station, while Route 331 will take you back to the Metro Station from the Campus. If you need more information about the Fairfax Connector, please call 703-339-7200 or visit www.fairfaxconnector.com.

The Medical Education Campus is located off Loisdale Road at 6699 Springfield Center Drive, Springfield, Virginia 22150.

Nursing and Allied Health Programs — In order to enroll in courses in the DNH, EMT (except EMT 106, 196), HIT, MLT, NUR, PTH (except PTH 100), RAD (except RAD 100), and RTH programs, you must have been previously accepted and have selected a major in these specific health programs and have division approval.

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.

WOODBRIDGE CAMPUS

Transportation—The Woodbridge Campus is served by Omnilink. For information, call 703-730-6664 or 1-888-730-6664. Omnilink is wheelchair accessible.

Fort Belvoir (FBA), Barden Education Center
From Route 1, going north, turn right at the Tulley Gate at Fort Belvoir onto Pohick Road. Follow Pohick Road to Belvoir Road. At the light, turn right onto Belvoir Road. The Barden Education Center is on the left. Parking is behind the building. (Students enrolled in classes at Ft. Belvoir must have a picture ID and their car registration in order to receive a pass. Students must report to the Tulley Gate/Visitors Center before 7 p.m. to request a semester pass.)

Freedom Potomac High School (FRE)
From I-95, take exit 156 (Rippon Landing Exit to the east). Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto Neabsco Mills Road. Travel approximately ½ mile. Freedom H.S. is located at 15201 Neabsco Mills Road, directly across from the Woodbridge Campus.

Quantico (QME), Lifelong Learning Education Center
Enter Quantico through the Main Gate (North) and follow the primary road for approximately 4½ miles (Fuller Road changes to Barnett Road at the town of Quantico). Turn left onto Catlin Road (clinic will be on the right). Proceed on Catlin Road to the first stop sign. At the stop sign take the street that slants to the right (Roan Street). All classes (except for ITE/ITN classes) are in the first building on the right – 3089. The Lifelong Learning Center and ITE/ITN classes are in the second building on the right – 3088.

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.


Important Dates for Ft. Belvoir Army Post and Quantico Marine Base (Lifelong Learning Center)

Eight-Week Session

Enrollment for continuing students (add/drop/swap--use NovaConnect online or Telephone)

April 11- August 20

Enrollment for new students (add/drop/swap--use NovaConnect online or Telephone)

May 23 - August 20

Tuition payment deadline if you enroll by July 24 (Tuition for later enrollments due by 5 PM the next business day)

July 25

Classes begin

August 21

Schedule adjustment (add/drop/swap) without permission

August 21 –23

Schedule adjustment with permission (Adds--in person only; drops electronically or in person)

August 24 - 29

Last day to drop with tuition refund (via NovaConnect)

August 29

Last day to withdraw without grade penalty or change to audit

September 25

Classes and examinations end

October 17

 

 

 

       
 
       

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