PVCC is for YOU!
Your Tuition and Fees Could Be Covered in Full this Spring!
Are you ready to earn your associate degree, transfer to a four-year college or university or gain the skills necessary for landing a great job? PVCC is here for YOU, whatever your path, and your tuition and fees could be covered in full this spring.
The PVCC4U. 100%! tuition assistance program has been extended to cover all qualifying students who enroll in the spring semester. PVCC4U covers 100% of tuition and fees for the spring 2022 semester, for qualifying students. Spring classes have started but it is not too late to take advantage of this incredible opportunity.
Register now for 12-week classes! Don't delay, see if you qualify for tuition assistance today.
PVCC4U provides 100% of the cost of spring 2022 semester tuition and fees for in-state students who:
- Have a family income of $100,000 or less or have been laid off or furloughed due to COVID-19
- Enroll in 6 credit hours or more
- Have not already received a bachelor’s degree or higher
Even if you do not meet the above requirements, there are other sources of financial assistance available. Don't let paying for college hinder your plan; inquire with us today and we will help get you started with reaching your goals.
How Do I Get Started?
The first step is to provide us with some basic information using the link below. Once we receive your information a PVCC Enrollment Coach will contact you and guide you through the application, financial aid and enrollment process...start to finish.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for PVCC4U?
New and continuing PVCC students who live in Virginia, have an adjusted gross family income of $100,000 or less and enroll in 6 or more credit hours during the spring 2022 semester. Students must complete the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the financial aid process and be deemed eligible to receive Federal Student Aid.
What does PVCC4U cover?
PVCC4U covers the full cost of tuition and fees for credit hours taken during the spring 2022 semester for students who meet all of the eligibility criteria.
How do I apply?
The first step is to complete and submit the "START HERE" form on this page. Once submitted, an enrollment coach will contact you with next steps.
How will I know if I am approved for PVCC4U?
Once you have completed and submitted the required "START HERE" form, an enrollment coach will confirm your next steps and eligibility. If you do not qualify for PVCC4U, you may qualify for other types of financial aid and scholarships. Your enrollment coach will discuss options with you.
Is there a minimum GPA required for PVCC4U?
Yes, for current students (those enrolled in fall 2021 classes) to continue receiving PVCC4U funding in the spring 2022 semester, there is a required minimum GPA of 2.0 and successful completion of 75% of the fall '21 credits attempted. Students must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements for the fall 2021 semester. New students (those not enrolled in the fall 2021 semester) should connect with an academic advisor to cover requirements.
What happens if I withdraw from or fail a course after receiving PVCC4U funds?
Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA to receive and maintain eligibility. To be eligible for funding in the spring 2022 semester, students currently enrolled in the fall semester must successfully complete 75% of fall credits attempted.
For new students enrolling in spring semester, your enrollment coach will discuss with you what happens in the case of withdrawal from or failure of a course.
Are dual enrollment high school students eligible for PVCC4U assistance?
No. Dual enrolled high school students are not eligible to receive financial aid. However, students who graduate and enroll in regular programs may be eligible for the PVCC4U.
How long does assistance from PVCC4U last?
Eligible students may receive funds during the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters.
Are out-of-state or international students eligible for PVCC4U?
PVCC4U tuition assistance is limited to students who are residents of Virginia and eligible to receive Federal Student Aid.