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Cost Calculator: How much does it cost?
Compare a Virginia Community College and Four-Year Universities by choosing My College and at least one College to compare.
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How much will I save in one year?

By attending a Virginia Community College, you will save the following amount for one year of tuition and fees:
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The data shown herein represent estimates only. No representation or warranty as to accuracy is being made
Where is my overall transfer savings?

How much will I save by starting at a Virginia community college?

By attending a Virginia Community College, getting a transfer associate degree, and then transferring to a four-year institution, you can save the following amount of money over four years:
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The information provided here are general cost estimates based on an annual increase in tuition and fees of 6% per year. Tuition and fees may or may not increase at a rate of 6%. In addition, it may take some students longer than four-years to complete a bachelor's degree. Tuition and fees are part of the total cost of attending college.

No matter where you attend college, you should expect to pay for additional fees, books, supplies, transportation and personal and living expenses.

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