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Welcome to New River CTC! Here you will find information on scheduling an advising appointment to register for classes once your admission is complete.
First-time freshman, Readmitted, Transfer, Transient and Special students who are not pursuing a Selective Admission program will register for classes once your admission is complete through the Student Success Center their first semester or for a readmitted student, upon returning to the college. These students will be assigned to their academic advisor after their initial advising appointment for future registration purposes.
Student Success Center Contact Information
|Advanced Technology Center
|Greenbrier Valley Campus
|Mercer County Campus
|Nicholas County Campus
|Raleigh County Campus
If you are planning to major in a selective admission program, you will work with an academic advisor in that department to schedule your courses once your admission is complete. These programs include:
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Practical Nursing (LPN)
Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)
Registered Nursing (LPN TO RN)
For a select admission program, a student must first apply for general admission to the College. A student will need to satisfy prerequisites in order to become eligible for the program. Certificate and Degree program information may be found at https://www.newriver.edu/degrees-and-certificates-a-z/.
A student will also complete a selective admission program application directly through the department in which they are seeking admission. Information can be found on the department’s webpage above. Please contact the department if you have questions regarding the application process.
In order to be accepted into a selective admission program, a student must be fully admitted with their general admission to the college and have completed online orientation in order to register for classes.
If you have questions regarding your general admission status, contact your local campus Office of Admissions or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Admissions Contact Information
|Advanced Technology Center||Megan Mohn||304-929-3315|
|Greenbrier Valley Campus||Deena Stewart||304-647-6565|
|Mercer County Campus||Harry “Gene” Whitlow||304-818-2012|
|Nicholas County Campus||Martha Baisden||304-883-2437|
|Raleigh County Campus||Cynthia “Cindy” Dalton||304-929-5469|
|Director of Enrollment Services||Tracy Evans||304-929-5480|
Student Types and Registration Information
- Have completed a current application for admission for the semester you wish to enroll
- Have successfully completed and scored a minimum of 7 out of 10 on online orientation
- Have submitted placement test scores taken within 5 years from the date of application (ACT, SAT or complete New River CTC’s placement test in the Student Success Center)
- completed college level English and math with proof provided by your official college transcripts sent from all colleges attended or have submitted unofficial college transcripts for advising purposes only. If you are a transfer student, your financial aid cannot by dispersed if you have not sent official transcripts. Financial aid cannot be dispersed if you have not submitted all documents requested through Admissions.
If you are a re-admitted student, special student or transfer student, select your student type below for information on requirements for registration*:
Special students (not certificate or degree seeking)
- Special students are not eligible for state or federal financial aid. Only certificate (C.A.S.) or degree seeking students are eligible. Skill set certificates are not eligible.
- You must have met any course prerequisite requirements when applicable in order to register and have proof of meeting the requirements. You may submit unofficial transcripts, ACT or SAT placement test scores within 5 years from the date of application or take New River CTC’s placement test in the Student Success Center.
- If no prerequisites are listed for the course or courses, you will only need to complete a registration form with us after applying for admission. Course prerequisites may be viewed in our current year catalog under Course Descriptions near the back of the catalog.
Transient students (visiting from another institution)