We pre-recorded today’s conversation at Lord Fairfax Community College with Amber Foltz, Dean of Students to learn the details about their new G3 program.

G3 – Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back – provides “last dollar” tuition assistance to middle- and lower-income students taking classes in five high-demand career areas. It goes into effect July 1.

G3 pays for a qualified student’s remaining tuition after any scholarships and financial aid have been applied. The program is open to any student who qualifies for in-state tuition, has a total household income that is no more than 400-percent of the federal poverty level – about $100,000 for a family of four – is enrolled in at least six credit hours and has applied for federal and/or state financial aid.

Additionally, a student must enroll in an LFCC program designated as being in high demand in Virginia:  healthcare, information technology, manufacturing and skilled trades, early childhood education and public safety.

For more details: lfcc.edu/G3