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General Information:

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
NOVA is committed to providing an accessible education and a supportive learning environment for all students. Manassas students with disabilities who require special accommodations must contact Disability Student Services at 703-257-6610, TDD# 703-368-3748, in order to receive an Accommodations Packet. This packet should be returned at least four weeks in advance of the class start date. Woodbridge students should contact Disability Services at 703-878-5761, TDD# 703-878-5790. All information will be kept confidential.

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Textbooks
Purchase your textbooks online using nvcc.bncollege.com or in person at the Manassas Campus Bookstore, Parrish Hall, 1st Floor, or the Woodbridge Campus Bookstore, WB Building. Questions? Phone Manassas, 703-368-8554, or Woodbridge, 703-878-5774, Bookstores.

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Office Hours

Hours of Operation:
Manassas Campus: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am.-5:00 pm
Woodbridge Campus: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 am-7:30 pm;
Fri., 8:30 am-5:00 pm

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Parking

Effective August 1, parking on all NOVA campuses is free on weekends and weekdays after 4pm in B lots only. All other times you must have a parking permit. Students may park at hourly parking meters or garages for $2 per hour. Students may also purchase a semester parking permit for $80 online or directly from the Parking Services Office for $90 on any campus. Parking Services is located in Howsmon Hall, Room 312 at the Manassas Campus; or Room 126 at the Woodbridge Campus. No parking permits are needed at off-campus locations. Call 703-323-3123 with any questions related to parking.

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Questions
We'd be happy to answer your questions. Give us a call at the Manassas Campus (703) 257-6630 (hearing impaired call V/TDD at (703) 368-3748) or the Woodbridge Campus (703)-878-5770 (hearing impaired call V/TDD at (703) 878-5790).

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What is a CEU?
Continuing Education Units are a nationally recognized standard unit of measurement that has been adopted for post-secondary courses not carrying academic credit. One CEU is awarded for every ten classroom hours, provided the participant attends 90% of all scheduled class hours and completes any other requirements set by the instructor. Those students will also be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Permanent CEU records will be maintained by NVCC. CEUs are increasingly accepted as evidence of educational accomplishment and for professional certification. The CEU designation, if applicable, appears under the course code.

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Teaching Opportunities
If you would like to propose a non-credit class to teach for Prince William Regional Workforce Development (Manassas and/or Woodbridge campuses), please complete this Course Proposal Form and submit to our office for consideration. We are always interested in new ideas!

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Changes/Policies
Prince William Regional Workforce Development reserves the right to make changes in courses, tuition, fees, instructor assignments, days, dates, times, classroom assignments, and other information. Every effort will be made to notify students of such changes, whenever possible. Failure to read policies and other information contained in this brochure does not excuse students from these regulations.

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Room Locations
MANASSAS CAMPUS
MC - Colgan Hall, Manassas Campus
MH - Howsmon Hall, Manassas Campus
MP - Parrish Hall, Manassas Campus
MIP - Innovation Park, 9485 Innovation Drive, Manassas Click here for a map.
TBA - Website will be updated as soon as the room is identified.


WOODBRIDGE CAMPUS
WC - Woodbridge Campus: Classroom numbers are posted on the bulletin outside of room 226.
FRE - Freedom High School - 15201 Neabsco Mills Road, Woodbridge
TBA - Website will be updated as soon as the room is identified.

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Veterans' Benefits
Are you eligible for Veterans' Benefits? Some campus-specific courses and certificate programs are currently approved. For specific Veterans' Benefits, call Danae Erickson at Manassas-703-257-6622; or Diane Malone at Woodbridge- 703-878-5748.

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Amphitheater Questions
We welcome inquiries for meetings, seminars, receptions, parties, company events/picnics, weddings, recitals, and other performing arts events. Prices are available on request. Please call 703-530-8298 for more information.

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Community Education Program
The Community Education Program is one of several instructional programs of the college. Program offerings include short courses, seminars, workshops, and training to meet the needs of the local community.  The courses are not for credit, but in most cases Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are awarded upon successful completion. These offerings are supported by the fees paid by the participants.

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Let Us Be Your Training Partner!

Are your in-house training resources limited? Are you looking for a cost-effective way to offer your employees professional development training? Take advantage of our customized program package:

  • We provide you with our database of classes
  • You select the classes that will become your customized program
  • You authorize one purchase order to cover all employees' tuition
  • Your employees may register online
  • We bill, track, and report participation for your records

For more information e-mail Ron Beckwith.

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Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

Taxpayers may be eligible to claim a non-refundable Lifetime Learning Tax Credit to help them pay for post-secondary education for themselves and/or their dependent children. These tax credits can reduce the amount of federal income tax on returns filed in 1999 or later. This credit applies to tuition and fees for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education course work taken part-time to improve or upgrade job skills. For more information, call 1-800-829-1040 or visit the IRS website at: http://www.irs.gov or NOVA's website at http://www.nvcc.edu. (IRS Publication 970)

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Six Ways to Get Your Company to Send You to a Course

  1. Ask! A verbal request is often all it takes.  An e-mail is even better.
  2. Show the Brochure. Get them to read it. Attach it to your memo.
  3. Stress the Benefits.  Classes can help you stay fired up and ready for new challenges.
  4. Emphasize the Convenience.  Why go elsewhere when quality training is available right here.
  5. Compare the Price!  Your supervisor will be pleased to know he/she is paying less for quality instruction..
  6. New Tax Benefit.  Virginia employers receive a state tax credit of 30% for training costs for full-time employees.

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