Paying for PVCC

Piedmont Virginia Community College costs one-third on average compared to in-state four-year colleges and universities. Pursue an associate degree or certificate, or complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree at PVCC, then transfer to a four-year institution for the third and fourth year of study.

PVCC offers a variety of payment methods. To help pay for college, PVCC also offers financial aid services, scholarship opportunities, and options for veterans including the GI Bill.

Please note: Your spot in class is not confirmed until you pay by the Posted Deadline. If you do not pay all tuition and fees by the posted deadline, you may lose some or all of your classes (referred to as having your classes “dropped”).