ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Virginia Western Community College (VWCC) classrooms will operate at full capacity for the Fall semester, which begins Aug. 23.
“We pride ourselves on providing the high-quality, in-person training that our students require to build their skills and knowledge in pursuit of their goals. By opening up more classroom capacity, we can better serve our students and our community,” said Dr. Robert Sandel, President of VWCC. “We will use a layered approach as we continue to strive to protect the health and safety of all our students and employees.”
The in-person instruction will follow guidelines set forth by the Governor’s Office, the Virginia Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. For students who wish to learn remotely, online learning and online advising will be made available.
In addition, students can see if they qualify for tuition funding by visiting www.virginiawestern.edu/freecollege.
Students can view class schedules at https://www.virginiawestern.edu/classes/. Because classroom capacities are being increased, seat availability may change. Students are advised to try again if a classroom seat is not immediately available.
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