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About Woodbridge

In 1965, Northern Virginia Technical College opened for classes with 761 students in the Carlyn Springs Road warehouse, located in Bailey's Crossroads. The College purchased 109 acres in Woodbridge to accommodate an ever-growing student body in 1967 to build one of six permanent campus sites.

Woodbridge first offered classes in the Fall of 1972 and was originally known as the Southern Campus. Today, the Woodbridge Campus has four academic buildings, sports fields, courts and the Regional Center for Workforce Education and Training. NOVA’s Woodbridge Campus is dedicated to the success of a diverse student population, empowering its faculty and staff, and improving the quality of life in the region it supports.

The Woodbridge Campus offers distinctive programs including Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Cinema/Film & Photography, Cybersecurity, Web Development and English as a Second Language (ESL) in addition to many other degree and certificate programs.

Provost Welcome

Dr. Richmond Hill

Welcome to the Woodbridge Campus of Northern Virginia Community College. We are proud to offer exceptional, accessible and affordable educational and career opportunities including traditional degree and certification programs, workforce partnerships for internships and apprenticeships, and unique academic, social and career programming that are tailored to meet the needs of all our students.

NOVA has an educational and/or career enhancement opportunity for everyone no matter their age, economic status, educational history, or goals. We provide modes of learning to meet all needs including online, hybrid, and in-person classes. We offer a robust student life program with dozens of clubs and activities that allow our students to build friendships, skills and enjoy similar interests.

NOVA also has a wide variety of resources available to not only meet students’ educational needs but basic human needs as well, including mental health, food, financial, and more. Every day we strive to make an impact by making sure students have easy access to these resources.

The Woodbridge Campus is also committed to the businesses and employers in our region. NOVA Workforce offers continuing education and professional development training for today’s workforce. Students learn new, in-demand skills, or prepare for industry certifications and credentials, enabling career advancement.

Thank you for choosing the Woodbridge Campus of NOVA, where we are student centered and community focused. We look forward to seeing you on campus.

Richmond Hill, Ed.D.
Interim Provost
NOVA-Woodbridge Campus
Seefeldt Building, Room 233
2645 College Dr.
Woodbridge, VA 22191
rhill@nvcc.edu; 703.878.5751

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