Vance-Granville Community College will hold “Enrollment Day” on Saturday, July 31, from 9 a.m. until noon, at all four of its campuses.
VGCC staff members will be available during those hours to provide information on the enrollment process, academic programs and student support services, including financial aid. Advisors will be available to help students register for Fall Semester classes. In addition, refreshments will be available for visitors who attend Enrollment Day, while supplies last.
The day will include a New Student Orientation session on the Main Campus from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Students may also complete orientation in an online format.
The Fall Semester begins Monday, Aug. 16. Both eight-week and 16-week classes are available.
“Vance-Granville Community College offers more than 40 credit programs to help students earn certificates, diplomas and degrees in preparation for careers or transfer to a university for a four-year degree,” said Kali Brown, VGCC’s dean of student access and support. “Enrollment Day is the perfect time to get ready for the new semester.”
Attendees can find out about numerous resources to help them pay for college, including the new Longleaf Commitment, an opportunity for eligible Class of 2021 North Carolina high school graduates to have their tuition and fees covered for up to two years.
VGCC’s Main Campus is located on Poplar Creek Road in Vance County (about midway between Henderson and Oxford) at the intersection with Interstate 85 (Exit 209).
The Franklin County Campus is located just west of Louisburg on N.C. 56.
South Campus is on N.C. 56 between Creedmoor and Butner.
The Warren County Campus is located at 210 West Ridgeway Street (U.S. 158 Business) in Warrenton.
For more information on Enrollment Day, call (252) 738-3234 or visit any campus.
Additional information about enrollment is available at www.vgcc.edu/enroll.