|Raleigh County Campus (RCC)||
280 University Dr
|Advanced Technology Center (ATC)||
P.O. Box 307
|Greenbrier Valley Campus (GVC)||
653 Church St
|Mercer County Campus (MCC)||
1001 Mercer St.
|Nicholas County Campus (NCC)||
6101 Webster Road
You may call 1-866-349-3739 and and press “1” or ask for Student Recruitment to obtain or to assist with an application for admission, request more information about New River CTC’s degree and certificate programs or the opportunities available to you. Another option is to e-mail email@example.com. Student Recruitment may also be reached directly:
|Colleen N. Warren
Student Recruitment will assist you in taking your next step and becoming a part of our New River family!
If you have submitted an Application for Admission and have questions or need assistance, please call the Office of Admissions on the campus you plan to attend. During peak enrollment times, please allow 24-48 hours for your call to be returned (July-August and November-January). You will receive an admit letter (addressed to your mailing address on your application) within 5-7 business days from processing your application for the upcoming semester detailing any outstanding requirements you have to be fully admitted. If you would like to share how we can improve or discuss a complaint, please call the Director of Enrollment Services, (304) 929-5480. Your experience is important to us!
The campus selected on the Application for Admission is where the Admission file will be housed, financial aid funds will be distributed (if eligible), and registration for classes will occur. The mailing address on the Application is where any official college correspondence will be mailed. IMPORTANT: Please make sure to update your address or telephone information if it changes at anytime with the Registrar’s office, visit online FORMS or in person at the Registrar’s Office at the Raleigh Co. campus. The Office of Admissions on any other campus may assist on behalf of the Registrar’s Office. An applicant should receive an admit letter within 5-7 business days from the time we receive and process the application.
New Students are seen in the Office of Admissions initially before being assigned to a faculty advisor prior to the upcoming Current Student Registration, unless they are pursuing a selective admission program such as Physical Therapy Assistant, Paramedic, Medical Laboratory Technician or LPN in which after completing admission requirements, the student will be referred for first semester advising within the department. The faculty advisor will work with the student to assist in advising and registration after the first schedule is prepared, during a period called “current student registration”.
New students are seen by appointment for advising and registration. We ask that you scheule an appointment for registration so that we may devote our time and attention to working with you. A future student is always welcome to stop by and pick up an application and get information on the steps to enrollment. You may also want to schedule a Career Assessment with the Student Success Center if you are not sure of what you would like to pursue or what major you will chose. New student registration begins after the designated specific current student registration period ends each semester (see Academic Calendar).
Fully admitted students (complete admission file) will be allowed to register during the first phase after current student registration called new student priority registration. Information will be posted under our Orientation link regarding registration and registration dates. Please call to schedule your appointment once you are notified of your admission status and have completed your mandatory online student Orientation. If you have questions, please feel free to call us.
In order to register, if certificate (C.A.S.), not Advanced Skill Set Certificate, or if you are degree seeking, you must:
(1) Have completed and passed Online orientation, unless you are a readmitted student and have completed it within the past year. It is open several weeks prior to the beginning of new student registration.
(2) You must have a copy of your unofficial college transcripts on file or in hand if you have not submitted your official college transcript and they have been processed.
(3) You must have a placement test score (such as ACT for example), or have passed college level math and English on transcript in file, or take the Accuplacer placement test here at New River CTC by contacting the Educational Counselor in the Student Success Center on your local campus. Click here for Testing Contact Information.
You may also provide test scores from the English Language Arts and math on the West Virginia General Summative Assessment if you scored an achievement level 3 in order to place into college level English and math.
For more information on Orientation and Registration criteria, visit Student Orientation