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To help reduce the spread of COVID, and for your individual health and safety, each campus building has one designated entrance. Follow signs to these entrances. Additional safety measures can be found on the Reynolds Safe Return to Campus plan

Downtown Campus

700 East Jackson Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
The Downtown Campus is located near the Richmond Coliseum and provides one and two-year occupational and technical programs in a number of allied health, business, and community service areas, as well as college transfer programs. 
Downtown Interactive Campus Map
Downtown Campus Parking Information
General Parking Information

Parham Road Campus

1651 East Parham Road
Richmond, Virginia 23228
The Parham Road Campus is located one mile west of I-95 in Henrico County and offers college transfer programs in liberal arts, education, engineering, science, and computer science, as well as a broad range of technical programs in the areas of business, engineering, and public service.
Parham Road Interactive Campus Map 
Printable Campus Map (showing building entrance locations)
Parham Road Campus Parking Information
General Parking Information

Goochland Campus

1851 Dickinson Road
Goochland, Virginia 23063
The Goochland Campus is located on the same grounds at the Goochland Family YMCA, near Routes 6 and 632 in the community of Goochland Courthouse. This campus offers a range of programs in horticulture, automotive and diesel mechanics, and welding.
Goochland Interactive Campus Map
Goochland Campus Parking Information
General Parking Information

The Kitchens at Reynolds

The Kitchens at Reynolds Information
2500 Nine Mile Road
Richmond, Virginia 23223

The Kitchens at Reynolds, opening in 2019-20 academic year, will serve as a beacon for great food and culinary expertise, gaining national attention for its reflection of Richmond's vibrant food scene. The development also features a market cafe and affordable apartments. The Kitchens will include classes in horticulture and sustainable agriculture, and feature an urban greenhouse. It will also serve as a front door for career and financial resources for neighborhood residents in the East End.