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 Kilmarnock, we offer:
- Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
- Majors/Minors Available in Kilmarnock
- Highly respected Teacher Licensure programs with:
- Certificate programs in Business Management, Health Care Administration, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Leadership Studies, Long Term Care
- Quality corporate education through LearnInc
Directions and Parking
Mary Baldwin University in Rappahannock is located at Rappahannock Community College (RCC) on all three campuses in Glenns, Kilmarnock, and Warsaw.
Kilmarnock location, Chesapeake Commons Shopping Center, 447 N. Main Street Kilmarnock, VA 22482
From the north:
Take route 3 E. The center is on the right.
From the south:
Take route 3 W. Turn left onto route 3 W/route 33 W/General Puller Highway. Turn right onto route 3 W/Greys Point Road. Continue to follow route 3 W. The center is on the left.
From the west:
Take interstate 64 E to exit 220 to merge onto route 33 E. Turn left onto route 17 N/route 33 E/George Washington Memorial Highway. Slight right toward route 17 business N/route 33 E/Gloucester Road. Continue straight onto route 17 business N/route 33 E/Gloucester Road. Turn right onto route 33 E/General Puller Highway. Turn left onto route 3 W/Greys Point Rd. The center is on the left.
Parking is available in the lot outside the center.
Faculty and Staff
RJ Landin Loderick
Assistant Director of Admissions
A 1986 graduate of Mary Baldwin, RJ has been with the university since February 2016 and is responsible for our admissions operation in Richmond recruiting students for undergraduate and graduate programs.
447 N Main St
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Call Katreena Arnold, 540-255-4468.
Rappahannock River photo courtesy of Ken Sherman/The Trust for Public Land