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Please select your correct status below. The documents needed for admission depend on your student type. If your goal is to complete a certificate of applied science or an associate degree program, you should apply as a First-time Freshman, Transfer, or Readmitted student based on the status that best describes you. If your goal is to complete an Advanced Skill Set Certificate, you must apply as a Special Student. Advanced Skill Set Certificates are not eligible for state or federal financial aid.
First-time freshman - If you are applying to New River CTC for the first time (even if you took college classes while in high school), and you have not attended another college, as a regular student, and have a high school diploma, GED or TASC, we consider you a first-time freshman.
Re-admitted - If you have attended New River CTC in the past but have been absent for one semester or longer (not including the summer term) and have not attempted any other college work since leaving New River CTC, we consider you a returning, readmitted student.
High School - Current high school students enrolling at New River CTC for dual or early enrollment.
Transfer - If you have earned a high school diploma, GED or Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) and have taken a college course or courses at another college, we consider you a transfer student.
Transient - If you are currently attending another college or university but plan to take a class or more at New River CTC to transfer back to your home school, we consider you a transient student.
Special - If you wish to take college credit courses for personal enrichment or job improvement and not for the purposes of pursuing a Certificate of Applied Science, Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science Degree, you may enroll as a special (non-degree or certificate seeking) student.
Special-Non-Degree Seeking students will not have a program/degree declared, and courses taken as a special student are not eligible for state or federal financial aid/loans.
Advanced Skill Set Certificates (ASSC) are documents providing proof of hours taken in specialized skill set courses. ASSCs are not eligible for state or federal financial aid/loans.
The EDGE program is an initiative of the West Virginia Department of Education and the West Virginia Community and Technical College System. Students take approved career and technical courses in high school that convert to a variety of college credits offered through community and technical colleges of West Virginia, including New River CTC.
To request your transcript visit https://www.newriver.edu/edge-credit/
Placement testing is an admission requirement, used for evaluation and placement. Results will not determine admission. If you have not taken the ACT, SAT or ACCUplacer within 5 years from the date of application, contact the Student Success Center at your location to schedule testing if required.
Advanced Technology Center
Greenbrier Valley Campus
Mercer County Campus
Nicholas County Campus
Raleigh County Campus
To include all college where you earned dual credit/early enrollment in high school/and or withdrew.
Note: you must have your high school, HSE program, and all prior colleges submit your official transcripts to the New River CTC Office of Admissions at the location you will attend if you are degree or collegiate certificate seeking. Transcript(s) must be submitted in their sealed envelope even if you have withdrawn from all coursework.
Note: A felony or misdemeanor conviction does not automatically disqualify applicants for college admission but may prevent licensure and/or the ability to complete specific programs. Students should speak with the Program Director and/or Instructor for guidance.
By submitting this form, I declare that the information I have supplied on this application is complete, truthful and correct. I further authorize New River Community and Technical College personnel to verify the information given on this application. I understand that omitting previous college information and/or providing false information may lead to dismissal.
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