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New River Community & Technical College Libary provides library services through our library near the Greenbrier Valley Campus, online databases and through Summersville Public Library, Raleigh County Public Library, Craft Memorial Library and Bluefield State College Library.

New River Community & Technical College Library is open to all students, faculty, staff and local community residents using their Mountain Library Network (MLN) cards. MLN cards are issued to any student or community user. If you do not have an MLN card, you may go to the library and request a card (bring ID). There is no charge for the MLN cards. MLN cards from any MLN Library are valid at the New River Library.

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Library Hours

     03 April -- Good Friday

     30 April -- Walpurgis Night

Fall and Spring Semesters
Monday-Wednesday 9:00am-9:00pm
Tuesday-Thursday 9:00am-9:00pm
Friday 9:00am-4:30pm
Summer Semesters
13 May - 21 June  Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm
24 June - 26 July  Monday-Thursday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm
24 June - 26 July  Tuesday-Wednesday 9:00am-7:00pm
29 July - 16 August  Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm
 

Library Contact (serves all campuses)

New River Library
New River Community and Technical College
301 Courtney Drive
Lewisburg, WV 24901

(304)-647-6575
(304)-647-6592 (fax)

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Spring Break

 

      Monday / 10 March / campuses closed

 

      Tuesday - Friday / 11-14 March / 9:00am-4:30pm

Smith Education Classes

2015 Spring Term

-Schools Cannot Be Fixed Without Teacher Involement 20150102

-Los Angeles Policy Shift Yields Decline in School Suspensions 20150111

-Schools Want More Flexibility in State Funding 20150111

-Science Teachers Group Criticizes BOE for Climate Changes 20150111

-Association Rep: Gas Tax Repeal Could Cost State Residents More 20150112

-Study Shows Bullying Incidents Are More Prevalent in State's Middle Schools 20150112

-More Schools Begin Serving Students Dinner As Demand Expands 20150116

-Student Testing: Deciding When Enough Is Enough 20150118

-Hold the Caviar: A New Age of Trendy Austerity in Dining 20150120

-Letters to the Editor: Society Must Take the Power of Words Away 20150207

-Vaccines Are State's Best Shot, Gupta: 97% Immunization Rate Has W.Va. Ready for Measles Outbreak 20150208

-African-American Educators Remembered for Leading Students through Integration 20150227

-West Virginia Department of Education Seeks Organizations to Feed Kids this Summer 20150227

-Standardized Testing in W.Va. - BOE Fights Repeal: Panel Unified in Favor of Common Core 20150228

-There Are 280,000 Students Counting on This: Bill to Repeal Common Core Would Send School System into a Tailspin 20150228

-Alternative Certification Good for W.Va. [Op-Ed] 20150302

-Senate Approves Charter Schools 20150302

-Repeal Baffles Common Core Backers Proponents of the School Standards Not Sure What Activits Oppose 20150303

-State, Area Officials Seek Answers to Snow Days Policy 20150303

-Common Core: State Board Gets Time for Rewrite 20150304

-'Aginners' Educational Success [Ed] 20150305

-Charter Schools Will Fall Short [Op-Ed] 20150306

-School Systems Ponder Making Up Snow Days 20150306

-We Must Be Catalysts for Change [Op-Ed] 20150306

-W.Va. Legislature Charter Schools Bill to be Read by House: House Education Committee Approves Bill after Senate Stall 20150306

-Early Results of Truancy Court Show It Gets Kids Back into School 20150308

-Education: Thousands of Comments Delay Science Standards Vote 20150308

-Free at last: W.Va.’s Tortuous Road to Emancipation 20150308

-Hard Look at Common Core 20150308

-Is Social Media Making More Teens Unhappy? 20150308

-Racial, Ethnic Disparities Persist in Teen Pregnanct Rates 20150308

-Why Oppose Education Standards? 20150308

2014 Fall Term

-Back to School - State Lacks Teachers, Union Say 20140811

-What School Feels Like Is Very Important 20140814

-Reading, English Scores Raise Hope 20140911

-Board Toughens Truancy Rules 20140912

-Invisible Roots African-American Exhibit Opening Soon 20140912

-School Reform Stars Aligned: Plan Puts RESA's in Charge of Money and Management 20140912

-W Va School Board Debates County-Level Changes 20140912

-Devil in the Details 20140914

-Switch to Online Testing Delays WESTEST Scores 20140915

-WVBOE Examines Value of 180-Day School Calendar 20140915

-DOE Says One in Three W.Va. Student Truant 20140921

-W.Va.'s Truancy Problem 20140928

-W.Va. Public Schools Discipline, Test Scores Linked: Black Students Twice as Likely Than Peers to be Suspended, Report Says 20141012

-School Boards Proposal Shifts Administrative Duties to RESAs 20141015

-Education and Economy: Could It Be the W.Va. Gets What It Pays For? 20141116

 

New River Miscellany

Resource Room Catalog 08-23-07

In Memoriam

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New River CTC Foundation scholarships are available to new and current students and graduating high school seniors for the Fall 2015/Spring 2016 semesters.  Visit the Foundation’s scholarship page for more information. Applications are due by Tuesday, May 12, 2015.