Richmond


Mary Baldwin’s first regional center, established in 1982, is conveniently located with offices and classrooms at the Forest Office Park in the West End. Our Guaranteed Admissions Agreement is available for any J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College and John Tyler Community College  student with an eligible associate’s degree.

In Richmond, we offer:

Directions and Parking

Mary Baldwin University in Richmond is located in the Forest Office Park (formerly the Koger Center) at the corner of Three Chopt Rd. and Forest Ave. Our address is 1504 Santa Rosa Rd., Suite 202, Richmond, VA 23229. You will enter the building through the main front doors and take the stairs or the elevator to the second floor, and turn left.

From West of Richmond:
Take 64 East to Exit 181 – Parham Road exit. Turn right onto Parham Road (Parham Road SOUTH), then turn left at the large intersection onto Three Chopt Road for 1.2 miles. (You’ll pass Douglas Freeman High School on the right on the way). Just after the stoplight, turn left onto Santa Rosa Road. Our building is the second building on the left – 1504.

From East of Richmond:
Take 64 West to Exit 183-A – Glenside Drive South. Merge left onto Glenside Drive and travel about 1 mile, then turn right onto Three Chopt Road. Follow Three Chopt Road about 1 mile and turn right onto Santa Rosa Road. Our building is the second building on the left – 1504.

From the North:
Take 95 South to 64 West and then follow directions above “From the East of Richmond”.

From the South:
Take 95 North to 64 West and then follow directions above for “From the East of Richmond”.

Faculty and Staff

Katreena ArnoldKatreena Arnold
Admissions Recruiter, 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

Pam BaileyPamela Bailey
Assistant Professor of Education
Dr. Bailey is a faculty advisor in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program and the Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program.  She teaches education and mathematics courses in Baldwin Online and Adult Programs, PBTL, and MAT .  She has twenty years’ experience as a teacher (secondary and university level) as well as several years as a school district’s secondary mathematics coordinator.  She has been with Mary Baldwin since 2014.
pbailey@marybaldwin.edu

Irving DriscollIrving Driscoll
Associate Professor of Education, Graduate Teacher Education Program
Dr. Driscoll teaches and is a faculty advisor in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program and the Masters in Education Program.  He also supervises student teachers. He is a retired K-12 administrator. Dr. Driscoll started working with Mary Baldwin student teachers in 2003 and became a full time faculty member in 2005.
idriscol@marybaldwin.edu

Catherine McPhersonCatherine McPherson
Associate Professor of Business Administration, Regional Director, faculty advisor
Cathy is a graduate of the Mary Baldwin residential program and returned to her alma mater as a faculty member in 1993. Before that, she was a marketing professional and continues to offer her marketing and business expertise as an outside consultant in addition to her duties with the college. Cathy is also past president of the Richmond Chapter of American Marketing Association and the Mary Baldwin Alumnae/i Association.
cfmcpher@marybaldwin.edu

Kerry Mills
Kerry Mills
Academic Advisor and Assistant Professor, Baldwin Online and Adult Programs
Kerry Mills is an Art History instructor and faculty advisor for the Baldwin Online and Adult Programs. She has been with Mary Baldwin for over 10 years. Kerry is active in the arts community, working with not-for-profits and galleries on projects as well as writing for art publications.
kmills@marybaldwin.edu

Pat MurphyPat Murphy
Associate Professor of Psychology, Baldwin Online and Adult Programs
Dr. Murphy teaches Psychology and advises in the Baldwin Online and Adult Programs. She has been with Mary Baldwin since 2004.
pmurphy@marybaldwin.edu

Street Address:
1504 Santa Rosa Rd Suite 202
Richmond, VA 23229
Phone: 804-282-9111
Fax: 804-282-9138
Email: richmond@marybaldwin.edu 
Office Hours:
Mon – Thurs, 8:30AM to 5:30PM
Fri, 8:30AM to 2:30PM

City of Richmond photo courtesy of Richmond Region Tourism