Traditional College Options
Community College = up to 2-year degree with specific career focus
Jump start your college journey in a small school environment close to home with less cost than a university. Finish an associates degree in two years at a community college.
Adventist Universities = Christian education aligned with your faith
From engineering to nursing to business to teaching, you can find it at a regionally-accredited Adventist college.
Virginia Public Colleges and Universities = Stay Closer to Home, Less Cost
Single Gender Colleges = Focused, Supportive Environment
Work Colleges = Reduced Cost, Work-Study Programs
NOTE: Why it is important to attend a "regionally-accredited" college?
Regional accreditation is the most widely accepted accreditation in the country. Credits obtained from a regionally-accredited school will transfer without question to any other school. Ivy League schools are NOT accredited at all but have earned a such an outstanding reputation among high educational institutions that they don't need it. Otherwise, stay clear of "nationally-accredited" and otherwise for your bachelors degree or higher, as those schools are not necessarily considered legitimate among other colleges and employers (!).