More than 45 graduate degree and certificate programs to advance your career
Virginia Tech graduate programs – just a Metro ride away
Class schedules designed for busy working professionals
World-class education so close to home

The Northern Virginia Center (NVC) at 7054 Haycock Road in Falls Church, VA, opened in 1997. The building houses administrative offices for the associate dean of the Graduate School and the Graduate Student Services Office (GSSO) for Virginia Tech in the National Capital Region (NCR).

The NVC is also a teaching facility for a number of academic programs offered by Virginia Tech in the region. Additionally, faculty and students at the NVC are actively engaged in innovative and collaborative projects to further the university’s research mission in the NCR.

The NVC is conveniently located adjacent to the West Falls Church Metro station on the Orange line, and exit 66, just off I-66.

Call (703) 538-8324 for more information.

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