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Campuses and Sites

Rappahannock Community College has six distinct centers of learning serving the students in our service area, including the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck regions of Virginia.

Glenns Campus (Gloucester County)
(804) 758-6730
12745 College Dr., Glenns, VA 23149

Warsaw Campus (Richmond County)
(804) 333-6730
52 Campus Dr., Warsaw, VA 22572

Kilmarnock Center (Lancaster County)
(804) 435-8970
447 N. Main St., Kilmarnock, VA 22482

King George Site (King George County)
(540) 775-0087
10100 Foxes Way, King George, VA 22485

New Kent Site (New Kent County)
(804) 557-2959
11825 New Kent Hwy., New Kent, VA 23124

Westmoreland Workforce Training Center
80 Industrial Dr., Montross, VA 22520

Serving our community

Glenns Campus

One of two main locations, the Glenns Campus is located on Route 33 in Gloucester County. The campus hosts classrooms, labs, lecture hall, student lounge, volleyball, as well as walking trails, picnic areas and a large pond on its 100-acre wooded grounds. There is also a library and testing center.

12745 College Drive
Glenns, VA 23149
Phone: (804) 758-6730


Warsaw Campus

One of two main locations, the 117-acre Warsaw campus is located in the heart of Warsaw on Route 360/Richmond Road. Features include classrooms, labs, lecture hall, student lounge, tennis courts, athletic fields, walking trails, and testing center. The Richmond County Public Library is located inside the main campus building.

52 Campus Drive
Warsaw, VA 22572
Phone: (804) 333-6730


The campus is also home to the historic Chinn House. 



Facility Rentals

RCC encourages the use of its facilities by community groups, to the extent that such use does not interfere with the orderly conduct of college affairs or conflict with the College's educational mission and its role as an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Reservation forms (and policies regarding the use of facilities) are available from the College Scheduler Pamela Bareford at

Every event must be scheduled using the appropriate form and submitted at least two weeks prior to the requested date. Confirmations cannot be made more than 60 days in advance. A valid certificate of insurance may be required.

Reservation priorities are given to:

  • Regular instructional programs, including all degree-related and certification programs, courses offered for credit, and approved student services
  • College-sponsored activities, including non-credit courses and programs, workshops, conferences, meetings, and cultural events
  • Events and activities other than those sponsored by the college

Pamela Bareford
(804) 758-6743

Warsaw Campus Fall
Warsaw Campus Fall