No, VGCC offers online courses that are not part of VOLT, but all VOLT degrees are fully online.
No, you must meet the eligibility requirements for VOLT and be selected as a VOLT student.
No, but it is recommended for all online students.
The VOLT Student Readiness Course is always available to students.
No, the Student Readiness Course is offered at no charge.
VOLT students register through WebAdvisor during priority registration periods.
VOLT courses are online, and as such do not have scheduled meeting patterns, however Instructors have the option to require synchronous activities.
VOLT courses follow the VGCC semester schedule.
No, however there may be a proctoring requirement for some tests. It is the student’s responsibility to arrange for an approved proctor in advance.
All courses have instructor contact information on the front of the course and in the course syllabus.
VGCC has agreements to allow out-of-state residents to enroll in programs. Please see the State Authorization page for the full list of eligible states.
Yes, VOLT degrees are identical to traditional VGCC degrees. The only difference is the delivery method.
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