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Building Projects

 

 

Raleigh County Campus

The Raleigh County Campus is currently under construction next to the Erma Byrd Higher Education Center in Beaver, WV. 

Pictures of build progress available here.

Greenbrier Valley Campus Arts and Sciences Building

Renovations are currently underway in the former Greenbrier College for Women's Student Activity Center located beside Greenbrier Hall on the Greenbrier Valley Campus. 

Pictures of the build progress available here

On 3/29/14 the Register-Herald took a tour of the building.  You may read the article here. 

 Here is a video tour of the grounds by Rick Barbero of the Register-Herald

Mercer County Campus

In the summer of 2014, New River CTC aquired a new facility in the heart of Downtown Princeton.  Located at 1001 Mercer Stret, this new facility will house the Mercer County Campus and allow the college to offer more classes and degree offerings.

Photos of the campus are available here

 

2014 CCSSE Institutional Report

 

The data presented below is a reflection of New River Community and Technical College's participation in the 2014 CCSSE administration.

Key Findings for New River Community and Technical College (PDF)

The Key Findings report provides college-specific data in an easy-to-read and easy-to-share format including benchmark comparisons between your college, top-performing colleges, and the CCSSE Cohort. It also highlights aspects of highest and lowest student engagement at your college, as well as results from five of the CCSSE special-focus items on promising educational practices. Select faculty survey (CCFSSE) data are also highlighted (cohort data are provided for colleges that did not administer CCFSSE).

Standard Reports for All Students - 2014 Cohort

Means (PDF) | Frequencies (PDF)

Standard Reports for New River Community and Technical College

All Students

Benchmarks (PDF) | Means (PDF) | Frequencies (PDF)

Full-Time & Less Than Full-Time (Enrollment Status)

Benchmarks (PDF) | Means (PDF) | Frequencies (PDF)

Decile Reports

Deciles are percentile scores that divide the frequency of benchmark scores into ten equal groups. A percentile represents the point at or below which a specified percentage of the college benchmark scores fall. For example, the 60th percentile represents the point at or below which 60 percent of the college benchmark scores fall for the respective comparison group.

All Students (PDF)

Breakouts (PDF)

West Virginia Consortium Reports

All Students

Benchmarks (PDF) | Means (PDF) | Frequencies (PDF)

Full-Time & Less Than Full-Time (Enrollment Status)

Benchmarks (PDF) | Means (PDF) | Frequencies (PDF)

Codebooks

CCSSE Codebook (PDF)

Appendix

Comparison Groups

Comparison groups include alphabetical listings of the complete 2014 cohort, size, location, state, accreditation region, and consortia.

Table 1: Respondents to Underlying Populations

Table 1 details respondent characteristics from your college as well as population data for 1) your college, 2) similarly-sized 2014 CCSSE Cohort colleges (colleges that participated in CCSSE from 2012 through 2014), and 3) all 2014 CCSSE Cohort colleges. The specific characteristics examined include gender, race/ethnicity, age, and enrollment status.

Table 2: Percent of Target

Table 2 provides data on survey completion counts and rates for 2014 CCSSE Cohort colleges (colleges that participated in CCSSE from 2012 through 2014) as well as breakouts for colleges in each size category- small, medium, large, and extra-large.

Table 3: Respondents to Underlying Population by College Size

Table 3 highlights data about respondent and population characteristics by institution size and overall, similar to data presented in Table 1. The specific characteristics examined include gender, race/ethnicity, age, and enrollment status.

Table 4: Underlying Population Percentages by Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Enrollment Status

Table 4 examines college-level population characteristics (gender, race/ethnicity, and enrollment status) by institution size.

Table 5: Underlying Population Percentages by Age

Table 5 examines college-level population age characteristics by institution size.

Table 6: Survey Completion Rates

Table 6 provides overall survey completion rates, average survey completion rates, and the percentage of sampled classes for all participating institutions.

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New River CTC will be Closed for Holiday Season

New River CTC will be closed beginning Wednesday, December 24, 2014 through Friday, January 2, 2015.  The College will reopen on Monday, January 5, 2015.