Med Lab Student looking at test tube with fellow student observing in the background

The G3 Program is Designed to Change Lives

On July 1, 2021, Community College launched a training and education program for students with a family income of less than $100,000* to help prepare them for good careers and open jobs in Virginia. 

These programs are designed to fit around the busy schedules of working students. Each program has three levels that build on each other. After each level, you earn a certification that can lead to a job. This means students can take breaks in training without losing progress along the way to an associate degree.

The financial assistance for this program is “last dollar,” which covers any remaining tuition or fees after other grants and scholarships are spent.

 

*roughly an income of $100,000 for a family of four

 

G3 Eligible Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Certificates

Career Studies Certificates

Diplomas

FastForward

*If you are interested in a program that is not listed, there may be other funding available to help you pay for classes and training.

 
Female Student in computer lab wearing headphones with student on computer in background

How to Enroll in a G3 Program

  1. Select your career path.
  2. Apply to community college.
  3. Fill out the FAFSA or FANTIC application.
  4. Contact an advisor to plan classes and confirm financial aid.
  5. Enroll in your first classes.

Students must maintain a schedule of at least six credit hours (usually two classes), hold a GPA of 2.0 or higher, and show progress to earning an eligible associate degree program in three years to maintain eligibility.

 

 

 

WCC FacebookWCC TwitterWCC InstagramWCC LinkedInWCC YoutubeWytheville Community College on TikTok

Transparency in Procurement