New River Community and Technical College Celebrates Student Achievement: 100% Passing Rate in Associate Degree Nursing and Phlebotomy Programs for Spring 2024

New River Community and Technical College is proud to announce that its students have achieved a remarkable milestone, with a 100% passage in both the associate degree in nursing (ADN) and Phlebotomy programs for the Spring 2024 semester.

This achievement highlights the students’ dedication, hard work, and resilience, as well as the college’s commitment to fostering an environment that promotes academic excellence.

“We are immensely proud of our students for achieving a 100% passage. Their dedication and hard work have led to this outstanding accomplishment, and it reflects their commitment to excellence,” said Dr. Angela Strickland, Dean of Transfer and Pre-Professional Programs, PTA Program Director, and Assistant Professor at New River Community and Technical College. “Our students have not only met but exceeded the rigorous standards set by these programs, and we are excited to see them thrive in their careers.”

New River CTC is dedicated to helping students achieve their academic and career goals. The college provides a supportive learning environment that encourages student success and offers comprehensive resources to ensure that all students have the tools they need to excel.

New River CTC continues to offer a wide range of programs and resources to support students in achieving their goals. Enrollment is open for the Fall 2024 semester. To explore programs or register, visit today.

For media inquiries and further information, please contact:

Mykah F. Price

Director of Communications

New River Community and Technical College

Phone: 304-929-5450

New River Community and Technical College is committed to providing accessible, affordable education and workforce training. The college serves nine counties in southeast and south-central West Virginia, offering a variety of programs online and at multiple campuses, including Beaver, Ghent, Hinton, Lewisburg, Marlinton, Princeton, and Summersville.