Greenbrier Hall is the main building for the Greenbrier Valley Campus which is located in downtown Lewisburg. Greenbrier Hall is a 48,000 sq ft. facility in Academy Park, which consists of North House Museum, Carnegie Hall, and the Greenbrier County Library. All the facilities, with the exception of the Greenbrier County Library, were part of the facilities of the Greenbrier Women’s College. The Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River proudly carries on the tradition of serving the population of the Greenbrier Valley which started with the Greenbrier Women’s College. Greenbrier Hall was renovated in the mid-1990s and the first classes were taught in the facility in the spring of 1998. The community was instrumental in raising the funds necessary for the extensive renovations. The Greenbrier Community College Foundation was the lead agency responsible for raising the funds necessary to provide our students with a world class facility. Greenbrier Hall is completely ADA compliant. It houses seven classrooms – most with tables and chairs to accommodate adult students, state of the art biology and physical science laboratories, one computer classroom, one computer lab for student use, a 91 seat auditorium, a full service library, the cosmetology and massage therapy classrooms and labs, a Learning Resource Center, and all administrative and faculty offices and the Office of Workforce Education In addition to these offices there is a fully appointed training room, which hosts the Adult Basic Education program.
The Machine Tool Technology Center is located on Fairview Road in Lewisburg. The Machine Tool Technology Center houses both our machining program and welding programs. Both programs are high demand programs for our area and have very high placement rates for students who complete the program. The Greenbrier Valley Campus Welding program is the only accredited test facility in the West Virginia. Students who successfully complete their certification testing will receive internationally recognized credentials from the American Welding Society.
Salisbury Farm was a gift of 47 acres of land to the Greenbrier Valley Campus. The farm is located less than a 1/4 of a mile from the main campus. It is the future home of the Technology Center for the Lewisburg Campus of New River Community and Technical College.
Kyle and Ann Fort Arts and Science Building. Practical Nursing, Medical Assisting, EMT-Paramedic offices, classrooms and labs, Phlebotomy classroom, a computer classroom, conference room and two classrooms. It also has the student center and the office of Student Program Advisor.
From Interstate I-64 East (from Beckley, Ghent, Princeton) ramp. Turn Right, going through 2 traffic lights,and at the third light turn right on Washington street and travel two and half blocks to our parking lot on the left behind North House Museum.
From Fairlea: Continue on Rt. 219 (Seneca Trail) until you reach downtown Lewisburg. Turn Left at the Washington Street Light. Follow Washington Street for approximately ltwo and half blocks to our parking lot on the left behind North House Museum.
From Summersville: South 19 take the 1st Left onto US19 South. 39 turn Left on Arbuckle/Rd/WV-39/County Hwy-39 continue to follow WV-39/County Hwy-39. WV-39/County Hwy-39 becomes Canvas Nettie Road. Canvas Nettie Road becomes WV-39/County Hwy-39 keep Right at the fork to go on WV-39. Turn Right onto WV-20. Turn Left onto US-60 East. Merge onto I-64 via the ramp on the Left toward Lewisburg. Take the US-219 exit, Exit 169, toward Lewisburg travel 0.3 miles. Turn Right, going through 2 traffic lights,and at the third light turn right on Washington street and travel two and half blocks to our parking lot on the left behind North House Museum.