J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College - Richmond, Virginia
Combined student headcount since 1972 –308,423
|Full time Employees
EMPLOYEE COUNT: 1,295
• City of Richmond
• Goochland County
• Hanover County
• Henrico County
• Louisa County
• Powhatan County
• City of Richmond, Downtown Campus, 700 E. Jackson Street
• Goochland County, Goochland Campus, Route 6
• Henrico County, Parham Road Campus, 1651 E. Parham Road
|• Total Budget Distribution for FY 2011-12 –$53,963,669
State funds – $17,260,268
| – Federal ARRA Funds – $1,643,872
Tuition and fees – $30,759,964
Private donations and grants – $3,820,403
Other revenue sources – $4,299,565
Last year, our Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA) provided training tomore than 14,000 individuals representing 1,100employers in the region including the following:
Alstom Power, Altria, Bon Secours Richmond Health System, Capital One, CarMax, City of Richmond, Dominion, DuPont Spruance, Genworth, HCA, Hanover County, Health Diagnostic Lab, Henrico County, Honeywell, Kraft Foods, Philip Morris USA, SunTrust Bank, Tyson Foods, Virginia Bankers Association, Virginia State Government and Verizon.
Advancing the Commonwealth:
The percentage of Virginia Community College graduates in transfer-oriented
programs who pursue a bachelor’s degree.
— The number of Virginia public and private
four-year colleges and institutions that have signed Guaranteed Admissions Agreements
with Virginia’s Community Colleges, assuring baccalaureate degree access
to associate degree graduates.
The number of people who participate in workforce
training programs and services each year at Virginia’s Community Colleges.
8.6 to 1
— The benefit/cost ratio of customized and
open enrollment workforce courses and programs at Virginia's Community Colleges.
The ratio of new registered nurses in Virginia who earned their degree at Virginia’s
Community Colleges in 2007-08.
$3.80 — The
return on investment for every dollar spent at Virginia’s Community Colleges.