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Our goal is to help students finance their education through all available means – federal, state, local and institutional funds. If you don’t find the answers to your questions, contact us for assistance with your financial aid, regardless of the campus where you attend. You may also e-mail the Financial Aid Office at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Financial Aid account information is provided in accordance with FERPA, to students, faculty, administration, alumni and proper agencies. Please note that under FERPA guidelines, Financial Aid can only respond with specific account information to student's newriver.edu email accounts. 

 

Apply for Financial Aid:

The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). View our Quickstart Guide to Financial Aid for a brief walkthrough. When completing your application you will need to:

  • Select 2017-2018 school year if you plan to attend Fall 2017 and/or Spring 2018.
  • Use your 2015 tax information to complete the 2017-2018 application.
  • New River CTC's School Code is 039603

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

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Special Circumstances  Federal Return of Title IV Funds
   

Overview of Financial Aid

Wondering what all this talk of financial aid is? Financial aid is a grant, loan, or scholarship that is awarded on a needs basis. Some financial aid must be paid back with interest and others do not. Watch this short video to give you a better understanding and then head over to our Financial Aid Application Process page for a more detailed walkthrough on how to get started.

FAFSA Overview

What is the FAFSA?  Why should I fill it out?  Here is a great short video to help you understand. Do you need help filling it out?  Visit our Financial Aid Application Process page for a step by step guide. Still having difficulty? Contact the Financial Aid Office.

 

Voters Registration

Voter Registration forms are available in the Financial Aid office.  You may also register online at Voter Registration.

 

 

Pass Rates and Employment Rates

2015:

First Time Pass Rate 16.7%
Ultimate Pass Rate 55.6%
Employment Rate 100% for all licensed PTA students seeking full time employment
Graduation Rate 94.7%

2016:

First Time Pass Rate 58.8%
Ultimate Pass Rate 88.2%
Employment Rate 100% for all licensed PTA students seeking full time employment
Graduation Rate 90%

2017:

First Time Pass Rate 80.0%
Ultimate Pass Rate 80.0%
Employment Rate 100% for all licensed PTA students seeking full time employment
Graduation Rate 90%

Graduation Rate:

Two year Graduation Rate 92.3%

Industrial Technology (Mechatronics) CAS

Advanced Technology Center ONLY

The Industrial Technology Certificate Program is designed for students looking to secure additional employment related skills within a year. The certificate program builds on the courses offered in the skill-set adding a second semester of coursework. For more information on this program, contact Shawn Garretson a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 304-929-3303.

Total Program Hours: 30

Required Courses (Evaluation Sheets)

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013 (Mechatronics)

 

Industrial Technology AAS

Industrial Technology is where mechanics, electronics and controls intersect. The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Technology is a focused, career-oriented program that brings the latest techniques in precision mechanical engineering, controls theory, computer science and electronics together in  the design process to create more functional and adaptable products.

Students trained in this program will be able to:

  • Think critically and analytically in order to solve problems and formulate decisions and opinions while utilizing mathematical skills.
  • Demonstrate understanding of electrical circuits, Ohm’s Law, DC power and AC power and their relationships to industrial equipment.
  • Describe basic industrial wiring, conduit sizes, their connections and common practices in the industrial workplace.
  • Comprehend PLCs and their application in industrial automation.
  • Demonstrate understanding of electrical motors, overloads, starters and motor control techniques.
  • Demonstrate understanding of fluid power, both hydraulic and pneumatic, basic usages and control of each system.
  • Solve issues and diagnose electrical and mechanical industrial equipment and their components.
  • Control automation, connecting all learned disciplines into a systems approach culminating with Flexible Manufacturing.

For more information, contact Shawn Garretson a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 304-929-3303.

Total Program Hours: 60

Required Courses (Evaluation Sheets)

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013 (Mechatronics)

 

 

 

Social Services AAS

The Associate of Applied Science in Social Services prepares students for careers with social service agencies. This program meets the immediate need for trained service personnel to more than 15 agencies in a 50-mile radius. Upon completion of the program, students can go to work at a higher rate of pay in direct service jobs or choose to continue their education.

Holding an associate degree in social services may enable the student to work as an assistant to professionals in the field, who hold more advanced degrees. Some examples of positions for which a student might qualify include case management aide, social work assistant, community outreach worker, youth worker, gerontology aide, client advocate or psychologist's aide. Students will be assessed against the Social Work Code of Ethics and the Council for Social Work Education. Students will be provided with hands on curriculum and assess their skills based on the above standards. Students will complete an internship the last semester prior to graduation. This internship will be inclusive of all skills learned throughout the program. Students must pass a background check prior to field placement.  For more information about this program, contact Kelli White at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 304-929-5010.

Total Program Hours: 60

Required Courses (Evaluation Sheets)

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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