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Road Scholar

Road Scholar is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing exceptional learning opportunities at remarkable value. As the nation's first and the world's largest educational organization for adults, we believe that learning is an integral part of life. Road Scholar offers you the opportunity to explore fascinating places and ideas with leading experts and local people who take you behind the scenes to gain an insider's perspective on the world's myriad of heritages, cultures and environments.

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Greenbrier Valley Adventure
September 8 – 13, 2013
May 11 – 16, 2014
July 27 – August 1, 2014
September 7 – 12, 2014

Join us as we explore Greenbrier County and the surrounding area, beginning with historic Lewisburg. Named one of National Geographic's 'Best Small Town Escapes,' Lewisburg is surrounded by rolling hills, mountain forests and picturesque farmlands. Venture onto the grounds of the exclusive The Greenbrier resort for a guided field trip of the Cold War Bunker, formerly a top secret relocation facility for members of Congress. Experience the traditional music, stories, and arts and crafts of the Appalachian Mountains. Learn about the land, early settlement, Civil War battles, and cultural heritage of our unique region.

Date Specific Information
September 8 – 13, 2013, May 11 – 16, 2014, September 7 – 12, 2014
Program includes: tour of The Greenbrier Cold War Bunker, lunch at The Greenbrier Hotel and an interior tour of the historic hotel. Program will not go to Cass Scenic Railroad or the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
July 27 – August 1, 2014
Program will include Cass Railroad and National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and will include only a tour of The Greenbrier Cold War Bunker.

GVC Spring 2012 Scholarships

The following scholarships are now available to Greenbrier Valley Campus students for the Spring 2012 Semester


Madlyn E. Fort Health Sciences Scholarship

The Madlyn E. Fort Health Sciences Scholarship was established by Dr. and Mrs. Kyle F. Fort as a perpetual memorial to his mother, Madlyn E. Fort. This scholarship is awarded to recent high school graduates or adult students admitted to an accredited course of study in health sciences. An award of $625 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicants must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• Students must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.

• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application. Applicants must submit high school or college reports showing achievement in health sciences courses or employment or other volunteer work in health sciences along with three written references verifying the applicant's interest in health sciences from persons engaged in sciences careers.

Scholarship Awards

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but the student must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Jeanne and Lawson Hamilton Scholarship

The Jeanne and Lawson Hamilton Scholarship was established to assist students attending New River Community and Technical College. An award of $250 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.

• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but students must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Babe and Sidney Louis Hyatt Scholarship

The Babe and Sidney Louis Hyatt Scholarship was established for students who share the Hyatt brothers' interests, which included agriculture, business, religious fidelity, reading, respect for family and community traditions, and self improvement. An award of $500 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• High school seniors, adult students, and GED holders are invited to apply.

• Applicants must be enrolled as full-time students taking at least 12 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

• Honoring the Jewish faith was important to the Hyatt brothers and the notions of righteousness they valued; therefore, applicants must read about the Jewish folklore of the "Thirty-Six Hidden Saints" and submit an original 500-word, typed essay describing someone they have know whose life reminds them of these saints. Reference materials are available in the GVC campus library.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but the student must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Mary Louise & Jim Kilcollin Scholarship

The Mary Louise & Jim Kilcollin Scholarship is endowed by Dr. and Mrs. Mark C. Kilcollin in memory of Dr. Kilcollin's parents. An award of $250 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be a student enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but students must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Ann and Richard Kline Scholarship

The Ann and Richard Kline scholarship was established by Dr. and Mrs. Richard Kline to assist a student attending New River Community and Technical College. An award of $250 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be a student enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but the student must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Marie Leist Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded by the Marie Leist Foundation. There are two (2) scholarships available with an award of up to $1,500 per scholarship.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicants must be a student enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

David B. McClung Memorial Scholarship

The David B. McClung Memorial Scholarship is offered by the Greenbrier Valley Dental Society to promote and enable students pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. An award of $250 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be a student enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but students must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Elizabeth W. Runyon Scholarship

The Elizabeth W. Runyon Scholarship is endowed by Donald R. and Shirley F. Runyon in memory of Donald L. Runyon's mother to encourage and enable students to pursue careers in health sciences. An award of $250 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be a student admitted to an accredited course of study in health sciences.

• Applicant must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.

• Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but students must reapply and compete with other applicants.

John L. Stewart, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

The John L. Stewart, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is endowed by Rosalie Stewart Detch in memory of her brother John L. Stewart to assist a student attending New River Community and Technical College. An award of $500 is available.

Criteria for Selection

• Applicant must be a student enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.

• The student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.

• Preference is given to students aspiring to a career in business.

Application Process

• Applicants must submit a New River Community and Technical College Foundation scholarship application.

Scholarship Award

• This scholarship may be renewed a second year, but students must reapply and compete with other applicants.

Welcome to the New River Foundation


Welcome to the New River Community and Technical College Foundation - an organization devoted to advancing educational opportunities!

 

 

Alumni Association

Become a member of the New River Alumni Association!

Many exciting things are happening at New River and we want you to be a part of it. We invite you to join the alumni association and become involved in the many things that we are seeing now and anticipating in the future. We value the commitment of current students, graduates and past students. It is your involvement and support that will help our alumni association grow and become a strong pillar of New River Community and Technical College.

As a member of the alumni association you will:

  • Receive a New River email address. You can then become a member of Working Advantage which offers you savings from a variety of stores and vendors. For more information on Working Advantage, please visit the company's website.
  • Receive periodic newsletters updating you on the exciting things happening at New River.
  • Be invited to school functions, events and reunions.
  • Receive a New River identification card and discounts where available.
  • As an added bonus, there is no fee to join the association at this time.

We value your continued involvement and support of New River Community and Technical College. For more information on the alumni association, contact Gloria Kincaid at 304.793.6101. Complete your application today!

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Graduate Survey

Future HAWK alumni, if you are graduating in May 2014, please take a minute to complete this survey from the WV Community and Technical College System and share YOUR thoughts about your New River experience and post-graduation plans