CATALOG: Location and Facilities

Rappahannock Community College’s service area includes the counties of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King George, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, New Kent, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland. The region is bordered on the north and south by the Potomac and York Rivers respectively, and on the east by the Chesapeake Bay.

The Glenns Campus consists of a 100-acre site in Gloucester County, and includes a large wooded area with a nature trail and pond. An early-20th-century residence donated by the Chinn family enhances the 117-acre Warsaw Campus in Richmond County. The Justice Joseph W. Chinn Community Center houses the president’s office and the College Advancement Office.

RCC also maintains off-campus sites in King George County and New Kent County. The King George site provides instruction during the late afternoon and evening, while the New Kent site provides instruction during the day and evening.

The Kilmarnock Center is located in the Chesapeake Commons Shopping Center in Lancaster County. This serves as the college’s Workforce Development Center, and includes facilities to support occupational and technical instruction. RCC also maintains off-campus sites offering evening classes in King George County as well as day and evening classes in New Kent County.

Glenns Campus
12745 College Drive
Glenns, VA 23149
Warsaw Campus
52 Campus Drive
Warsaw, VA 22572
King George Site
447 N. Main Street
King George, VA 22485
New Kent Site
11825 New Kent Highway
New Kent, VA 23124
Kilmarnock Center
Chesapeake Commons Shopping Center
447 N. Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482


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.

The following priorities apply to the use of the college’s general educational facilities:

  • the regular instructional programs, including all degree-related and certification programs, courses offered for credit and approved student services;
  • other 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.

Reservation forms (and policies regarding use of facilities) are available from the Vice President of Finance office. Every event must be scheduled using the appropriate form. To request a form to schedule an event at either college location, or to obtain additional information, please email Pamela Bareford at

Reservation forms must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the requested event date and confirmations will not be made more than sixty days in advance of events.

Last modified on 02-05-2020