New River Community College in Dublin, Virginia, offers everything from career-oriented academics to special programs for youth to programs for disabled students.
New River Community College awards professional associate’s degrees, as well as associate’s degrees for transfer students. Majors include:
- Communication Studies and Theatre
- Business Management
- Alternative Energy
- Information Technology
The school also offers numerous other options for specific populations, such as adult education classes and courses for disabled students. New River also operates the Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This facility offers academics that meet the specific needs of hearing impaired students.
The Middle College is another specialized division. Through the Middle College, youth may earn their GED and begin working on a certificate or degree program.
The school’s financial aid offerings are equally diverse and specialized. In addition to federal Pell grants, loans and work-study awards, New River offers scholarships for specific populations and for specific accomplishments.
General admissions requirements for degree programs include a high school diploma or GED or a passing score on the ATB test. Certain programs, like adult education, healthcare degrees and The Middle College have a separate set of admissions requirements.
Quick Facts about New River Community College
Small Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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