Cornerstone College of Virginia

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Cornerstone College of Virginia is Christ-Centered and Career-Focused.
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Hear from our students

At Cornerstone, I am able to take courses at cheaper tuition rates than other colleges. Plus, the professors are very friendly and every class feels personal.

Daniel Gowaty CCV Student

I loved taking the Biblical Counseling course last semester. All-in-all, that was one of my favorite courses that I have taken.

Caedryn McKenna CCV Student

Professor Jay quickly became a favorite professor of mine for his similar sense of humor compared to mine, but also his love for helping others in cultivating their own sound theology.

Daniel Milam CCV Student

One of my favorite parts about CCV is the community. I am always excited to come to class because everyone is so friendly and I know my presence is appreciated.

John Velleco CCV Student

If you're on the fence about coming to Cornerstone, then I say just do it! You'll end up having a great time and coming out of it with a degree that will help you no matter what you go into.

Scarlett Sizemore CCV Student



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The CCV Campus

Central and convenient

Cornerstone College of Virginia is located in the beautiful and historic Spotsylvania, Virginia. Situated in a rural town midway between Washington D.C. and Richmond, the campus is easily accessible from Interstate I-95 at 7501 Graham Street, Spotsylvania Courthouse. Facilities include a Student Lounge, Campus Café, chapel, classrooms, offices, and more.

What is the Fredericksburg area like?

The Fredericksburg area, which includes the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania and Stafford, is a classic blend of modern life and small-town charm. Conveniently located along I-95, between Washington and Richmond, the area features various chef-owned restaurants, numerous art galleries, a wide range of specialty shops, and one of America’s most authentic, historic downtowns. Stafford is home to George Washington’s boyhood home, Ferry Farm and Belmont, and the residence of 20th Century American impressionist painter Gari Melchers. Spotsylvania is not only 4,400 acres of Civil War battlefields; it also boasts the beautiful Lake Anna Winery. The Fredericksburg Area rests on the banks of the picturesque, pristine Rappahannock River. For visitor information and online trip planning, visit

Historial and Picturesque Setting


An ideal spot for a historic vacation, Fredericksburg sits on the Rappahannock River's rolling falls. For the indigenous people of Virginia, the falls were a favorite fishing and hunting ground. To the early settlers, the fall line was the Colony's first frontier. For generations to follow, the river brought both prosperity and historic conflict.


Close to D.C. but far from the demands of modern life, picturesque Spotsylvania offers an escape to outdoor activities and rich history. This vast new county was formed in the young colony of Virginia in 1721. Extending far beyond the Blue Ridge Mountains, this frontier outpost was named after Alexander Spotswood, Colonial Governor of Virginia.


Traveling through History in Stafford County may lead to many surprising and impressive discoveries. From the fossilized remains of prehistoric animals along the shores of the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers, to the modern Marine Corps Heritage Center, Stafford's rich history spans every era.

Cornerstone College of Virginia

7501 Graham St, Suite 120, Spotsylvania, VA 22553