News Release 2-10-12 (2)

JAMIE DALTON JOINS BECKLEY CAMPUS STAFF

 

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[BECKLEY, W. VA.] Jamie L. Dalton has joined the staff of New River Community and Technical College as a records assistant for the Beckley Campus. She will assist with the student admissions process and records management in the Office of Admissions.

Dalton has worked in admissions at New River as a student worker and part-time employee since 2008. She earned two associate degrees from New River in 2010 and is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree from Concord University. She is a resident of Crab Orchard.

New River Community and Technical College serves nine counties in southeast and south central West Virginia from locations in Beckley, Lewisburg, Ghent, Princeton and Summersville. Administrative offices are located in Beckley.

News Release 2-13-12 (3)

LEARN THE BASICS OF HOME MASSAGE

[LEWISBURG, W. VA.] New River Community and Technical College will offer a six-week workshop entitled "Massage at Home" on Tuesdays beginning March 13. The workshop will be held at New River's Jefferson Office Park location in downtown Lewisburg, W. Va., from 6:30-7:45 p.m.

Instructor Loria Shumate LMT will teach the benefits of massage, basic skeletal and muscular anatomy, and the basics of touching therapeutically. Participants will learn how to massage the head, back, hands, feet, arms and legs and also will learn about sinus points, headaches and tension.

The cost of the workshop is $125, and preregistration is required by March 6. For more information, or to register, contact New River's Office of Workforce Education at (304) 793-3001 or (304) 793-6101.

Current Student Registration

New River CTC Registration Dates for Spring 2015 Classes

• Current Student Online Registration: October 20 – November 14, 2014. Eligible students will be notified via New River email.

• Current Student Registration: October 27 – November 14, 2014

• Beginning Date for New Student Registration: November 17, 2014

Current Students: How to Register for Classes

  • Make an appointment with your faculty advisor (you can find your advisor's name on self-service banner or DegreeWorks). Faculty advisors will have their office hours posted on their doors for advising purposes. Preview the schedule (most current version is available on the college website) and make a draft of courses that you need/want to take to complete your degree.
  •  Make sure you take the following with you to your advising appointment:
    •  your most current transcript (you can get this on self-service banner) or a Degreeworks audit. Login to your myNewRiver account for access to your self-service banner and DegreeWorks.
    • a copy of your program evaluation sheet (available on the college website under degrees and programs). You won't need this if you take your Degreeworks audit.
    • a registration form (available at reception/information areas on each campus) the draft of courses you would like to take
  • Complete the registration form with your advisor. Your faculty advisor MUST sign the form before it can be processed.
  • Turn your registration form in to the Office of Admissions on your campus. They will input your registration into the system and give you a copy. Do not leave your registration form with your faculty advisor. You must take it to the Office of Admissions to be entered into the database. If you have been selected to use online registration you may log into self-service banner and use the PIN your faculty advisor provided to enter your own schedule into the database. You will receive an email with additional information if you are eligible to use online registration.
  • Contact the registrar's office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 304-647-6590 or 304-647-6562 if you have questions about registration.

New/Returning (not enrolled Fall 2014) Students: How to Register for Classes

  • Make an appointment with the Office of Admissions on the campus you will attend. Priority registration dates are reserved for students who have completed their admission file. Appointments for new student priority registration will begin on November 17, 2014. Open registration by appointment for new students will begin on December 1, 2014.

Office of Admissions (Area code 304) ATC 929-3315 ● GVC 647-6568 ● MCC 818-2012 ● NCC 883-2437 ● RCC 929-5476

Friday, January 9, 2015 is the last day to register for Spring 2015 courses!

Delaying registration will limit your selection of courses to choose from and may delay the release of your aid to purchase books and receive balance checks for the semester.

 

New River CTC Registration Dates for Spring 2015 Classes

 

·         Current Student Online Registration: October 20 – November 14, 2014.  Eligible students will be notified via New River email.

 

·         Current Student Registration: October 27 – November 14, 2014

 

·         Beginning Date for New Student Registration: November 17, 2014

 

Current Students:  How to Register for Classes

 

R  Make an appointment with your faculty advisor (you can find your advisor’s name on self-service banner or DegreeWorks). Faculty advisors will have their office hours posted on their doors for advising purposes.  Preview the schedule (most current version is available on the college website) and make a draft of courses that you need/want to take to complete your degree.

 

R Make sure you take the following with you to your advising appointment:

·         your most current transcript (you can get this on self-service banner) or a Degreeworks audit. Login to your myNewRiver account for access to your self-service banner and DegreeWorks.

·         a copy of your program evaluation sheet (available on the college website under degrees and programs).  You won’t need this if you take your Degreeworks audit.

·         a registration form (available at reception/information areas on each campus)

·         the draft of courses you would like to take 

 

R Complete the registration form with your advisor. Your faculty advisor MUST sign the form before it can be processed.

 

R Turn your registration form in to the Office of Admissions on your campus. They will input your registration into the system and give you a copy.  Do not leave your registration form with your faculty advisor. You must take it to the Office of Admissions to be entered into the database.  If you have been selected to use online registration you may log into self-service banner and use the PIN your faculty advisor provided to enter your own schedule into the database.  You will receive an email with additional information if you are eligible to use online registration.

 

Contact the registrar’s office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 304-647-6590 or 304-647-6562 if you have questions about registration.

 

New/Returning (not enrolled Fall 2014) Students:  How to Register for Classes

 

R Make an appointment with the Office of Admissions on the campus you will attend.  Priority registration dates are reserved for students who have completed their admission file.  Appointments for new student priority registration will begin on November 17, 2014.  Open registration by appointment for new students will begin on December 1, 2014.

 

Office of Admissions (Area code 304) ATC 929-3315  GVC 647-6568   MCC 818-2012  NCC 883-2437   RCC 929-5476

Friday, January 9, 2015 is the last day to register for Spring 2015 courses!

 

 

Delaying registration will limit your selection of courses to choose from and may delay the release of your aid to purchase books and receive balance checks for the semester.

 

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