Glenns


Mary Baldwin University is proud to be in partnership with Rappahannock Community College (RCC) and to offer courses and advising services on three conveniently located campuses in Glenns, Kilmarnock, and Warsaw. Our Guaranteed Admissions Agreement is available for any RCC student with an eligible associate’s degree.

In Glenns, we offer:

Directions and Parking

Mary Baldwin University in Rappahannock is located at Rappahannock Community College (RCC) on all three campuses in Glenns, Kilmarnock, and Warsaw.

Glenns location, 12745 College Drive, Glenns, VA 23149

From the north:
Follow route 17 S to the junction of routes 17 and 33. Take a right on route 33 going toward West Point. The entrance to the Glenns campus is on the right.

From the south:
Follow route 17 N to the junction of routes 17 and 33. Take a left on route 33 going toward West Point. The entrance to the Glenns campus is on the right.

From the east:
Follow either routes 33 or 198 to the junction of 17. Follow route 33 toward West Point. The entrance to the Glenns campus is on the right.

From the west:
Follow interstate 64 E to the West Point exit, route 33. Proceed through West Point. The Glenns campus is on the left about 7 miles east of West Point.

Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the center along College Drive.

Faculty and Staff

Katreena ArnoldKatreena Arnold
Academic Advisor, Baldwin Online and Adult Programs
Katreena serves as the academic advisor for students in the Baldwin Online and Adult Programs in the areas served by Rappahannock Community College. This includes the counties of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King George, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, New Kent, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland, and the town of Kilmarnock. She joined the Richmond Mary Baldwin staff in 2012.
karnold@marybaldwin.edu

Street Address:
12745 College Dr
Saluda, VA 23149
Phone: 804-282-9164
Fax: 804-282-9138
Email: rappahannock@marybaldwin.edu
Office Hours:
By appointment.
Call Katreena Arnold, 540-255-4468.

Rappahannock River photo courtesy of Ken Sherman/The Trust for Public Land