Starting August 6th, tuition is due by 5pm the following business day after enrollment. ELI’s first fall session started on Wednesday, August 22 and for many courses, additional sections are offered starting September 12, 26, or later. Check the full list of fall 2018 courses here.
If you registered for fall 2018 courses and haven’t submitted your tuition payment or have your financial aid in place, you must do so by 5 pm on August 7th to avoid being dropped from your courses!
If you have questions about payment, visit NOVA’s payment information for details. You can also call the ELI Hotline at 703-323-3347 for assistance.
For more information about Financial Aid at NOVA, you can visit the Financial Aid Support Center or review the Financial Aid Video.
Looking for a job? Trying to find an internship? Whether you are near a computer or on the go, a great place to begin your search is by accessing College Central Network (CCN) – NOVA’s online job board system.
The following are some benefits of using the system.
- Search for jobs and other opportunities posted exclusively to NOVA. Take a look at many local positions available now.
- Search for jobs on CCN’s Jobs Central® national job board. The job board contains over 500,000 opportunities from unique sources.
- Check out CCN’s Intern Central® national internship board to search for internships.
- Build a new resume with the Resume Builder feature.
- Upload your resume and make it searchable to employers.
- Check out over 1,000 career articles written by industry professionals.
- View career videos and listen to over 25 career advice podcasts on topics including resume basics, interviewing, and personal branding.
- Browse and sign-up for upcoming workshops, programs, and events at NOVA and in the surrounding area.
Get started today. Check your VCCS student e-mail account with instructions for accessing your free account. Contact Career and Experiential Learning Services if you cannot access your account.
All ELI courses require at least two proctored exams or assignments. There are a couple of different ways to do this, depending on where you live, and what courses you are enrolled in.
If you are in the Northern Virginia area, you are expected to take your exams at one of the six campus Testing Centers. Each campus has a testing center, and it doesn’t matter which one you go to throughout the term. When you go to the Campus Testing Center, you will need to take your course Exam Pass and a Photo ID (your drivers license or other government issued ID will work, or your NOVA Card). Your course Exam Pass can be found in the Syllabus Section of your course. These are course and exam specific.
If you are out of the area, or planning to be out of the area at any point during your course, you will need to request a proctor using a Proctor Request Form. Please be sure to read the form carefully and submit it in a timely manner. It takes 3-5 business days for these forms to be processed so, don’t wait until the day before the test!
A third way to take an exam is by using a service called Proctor U. ProctorU is an online proctoring service that allows you to take your exams from your home computer, using a web cam and microphone. There is a fee for Proctor U, and currently it is $7.50. Proctor U is not available for all ELI course, to see if is an option for your course, please check the Taking Exams and Using Exam Passes in the Syllabus Section of your Blackboard course, or ask your instructor. You must be 18 or older and meet minimum technical system requirements to use ProctorU. The specific requirements are listed on the ProctorU website.