Admissions

Provisional Student

If you are a current high school student and would like to take a course through New River CTC, we consider you a provisional student. The following requirements and procedures must be met each semester in which you enroll:

You must have junior or senior status;

  • Must have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher
  • Must submit an Application for Admission each semester/term you enroll
  • Must complete a Provisional Form each semester/term you enroll prior to registration which includes:
    1. Recommendation and signature of the high school principal
    2. A list of approved courses (view Interactive course schedule by logging on a a guest) http://www.newriver.edu/future-students/academics/course-schedules
    3. Signature of parent or legal guardian and your signature
    4. You must provide placement test scores (ACT, SAT, English Language Arts and math on the West Virginia General Summative Assessment and scored an achievement level 3) in order to qualify for English or Math courses. Select courses may have prerequisite requirements requiring test scores as well. If you are taking courses online or on campus, you may contact the Student Success Center (below) once you have applied for admission and received your Student ID number by mail if you need to take the Accuplacer Placement Test.  Admission, Testing and Registration are arranged on site at the high school for dual credit courses within the high school by the counselor or principal once a schedule of courses are determined. Course prerequisites may be viewed in our current catalog online. Scroll over Future Students, Academics and click on College Catalog. The Course Descriptions are listed in the catalog in alphabetical order by Subject. Click here for College Catalog.
    5. Placement testing must be completed, dated before the start of the course and scores verified for eligibility by New River before the first day of the course beginning in order for the student to be enrolled in select courses. ACT and/or SAT or if you have scored an achievement Level 3 in English Language Arts and math on the West Virginia General Summative Assessment scores may be used instead and must be submitted prior to the beginning of class start date for assessment.

    Advanced Technology Center 304.929.5016 Nicholas County Campus 304.883.2465

    Greenbrier Valley Campus 304.647.6591 Raleigh County Campus 304.929.5005

    Mercer County Campus 304.818.2014

  1. Director of Enrollment Services 304.929.5480

    Please choose the course CRN #, Course Title, and the day and time in advance of registration for your course or courses by viewing the Interactive Course Schedule. http://www.newriver.edu/future-students/academics/course-schedules

    An official transcript is created after being enrolled in the class, paid and once completed. If you have enrolled and you decide you no longer wish to take a course or wish to withdraw or drop a course, you must complete a withdraw form or an add/drop form before the college deadline or a grade will be received with your incomplete work. View the academic calendar here: http://www.newriver.edu/future-students/academics/academic-calendar/cat.listevents/2017/06/14/-

    Click on A list of academic calendars displayed by semester is available here to view the academic calendar.

    Questions regarding admission? Call your local campus Office of Admissions. Click here for a campus list of contacts, Office of Admissions. Or you may call Enrollment Services, 304-929-5480.

    Principal's or counselors interested in setting up dual credit courses with New River CTC or questions regarding credentialing, etc. should contact the Dean of Preprofessional and Transfer Programs, 304-929-5494 for more information.

     

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Book buyback for fall will be held Wednesday, December 13 at the campus in Beaver and Thursday, December 14 at the campus in Lewisburg from 10 am to 6 pm. Books can also be sold back online through the Bookstore.