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Do you find it impossible to attend day or evening classes due to the pressures of work and home? NOVA’s weekend courses/programs are the perfect solution. Weekend classes are offered at all campuses and you can choose from many credit courses that lead to a certificate or degree.

NOTE: The Census Date or  “last day for tuition refund” date is different for some weekend offerings than for traditional weekday courses.

Parking permits are required seven days a week on all campuses. Weekend students may purchase a semester permit online at www.nvcc.edu/parking or pay by the hour to park in the visitors’ garage or at meters.

The Alexandria, Loudoun, and Manassas Campuses offer many classes in the weekend format, in both standard and accelerated time frames. The courses are listed under the individual campus sections of this schedule.

The Annandale Campus Weekend Express Classes that allow you to complete a semester course in four weekends by attending either Friday nights and Saturdays or Saturdays and Sundays. Tuition and fees for Weekend Express Classes are the same as for other courses. Immediately after enrolling in one or more of these sections, you must get the assignment for the first class meeting from the division office and bring your textbooks to the first class.

The Annandale Weekend Studies Program enables you to earn a degree in Liberal Arts or Business Administration by attending Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday afternoon classes. Some Saturday-only hybrid sections are also available. No special admission or special registration is required. For more information call 703-425-5260.

The Woodbridge Campus Weekend College offers high-demand courses that meet the requirements of many degree programs. These courses meet on Fridays and Saturdays. Some Saturday-only hybrid classes are also available. For course times and locations, check the Woodbridge section of this schedule.

The Woodbridge Campus Weekend Programs enable students to earn a degree in Business Administration or Information Technology by attending classes on Saturdays.