Enrollment increases in Virginia’s ‘G3’ community college programs


Spartanburg Community College welding instructor Teresa Elder (left) grades Harris during class.

One of former Governor Ralph Northam’s signature policy proposals is known as G3 — that’s an investment in community colleges that helps low-income students get in-demand work credentials at little or no cost to them.

This past fall was the first full semester of the program. And as Mallory Noe-Payne reports it bucked the trend of low-enrollment. 

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