Our colleagues at NOVA Parking have announced some exciting changes to how you pay for hourly parking.
Coming September 9th, 2019
MEC GARAGE CHANGES!
The MEC garage will be moving to a new Pay Station System for Hourly Parking
HOW IS THIS SYSTEM DIFFERENT?
Hourly Customers will now Pay Upon Arrival to the MEC Garage
No More pulling tickets or waiting for gates!
ONCE I ARRIVE WHAT DO I DO?
Permit holders simply enter and park on their respective levels
Hourly Customers enter and find a numbered space on either Level 1 or 5
Take note of the space number where you parked
Pay for the amount of time you wish at one of the Pay Stations
The Pay Stations are located inside the Main Entrance on the 1st floor
No need to display anything on your dash. Just Pay and Go!
*You will need your receipt to add additional time*
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST AND HOW DO I PAY?
The pricing has not changed:
$2.00 Per Hour – $10.00 Daily Max
You may pay with your phone using our Passport App – PassportParking.com
Or at the Pay Stations which accept the following payment types:
Coins- $1, .25¢, .10¢, .05¢
Credit Cards– Visa, Mastercard, AMEX
*Please Note the Pay Stations DO NOT accept Bills & There are NO refunds*
As always Parking is still:
FREE after 3:45pm on Levels 1,2,3 & 5!
Contact MEC Parking Services at 703-822-6688
Current Application page: http://www.nvcc.edu/medical/apply
I am reading some of the evaluations of my SDV 101 faculty and some students will make the comment that they have already taken SDV 100-College Success Skills.
The following students are exempt from taking SDV 101 for program admission:
- You have already taken SDV 100 or another SDV course at NOVA
- You have transferred in an SDV elective from another college (verified by NOVA transcript evaluation)
- You have a transferrable associates degree or higher from a U.S. college or university (verified by NOVA transcript evaluation)
- You have passed the NOVA SDV ABLE Examination
All first-time college students interested in MEC are encouraged to take SDV 101 within their first 16 credits at NOVA. You can take the course on MEC campus or online through NOVA Online.
The SDV course is centered on college success skills. Often students misinterpret the 101 courses to be Health Science 101 or Nursing 101. The discipline is STUDENT DEVELOPMENT. The learning outcomes are the same as SDV 100 courses but we adjust our instruction, textbook, and assignments to students who are interested in healthcare careers.
You have the opportunity to learn more about MEC admissions if you take the SDV 101 course. You can also experience the campus environment and some facilities if you take the in-person courses in Springfield.
Expect longer wait times for advising at the MEC due to limited staffing Friday, August 2nd, 2019. We thank you for your patience. Advising questions can also be sent to MECCOUNSELOR@NVCC.EDU . We recommend that you use your NOVA student email address and include your NOVA ID number. This will allow our advisors to review your records.