Advisors are available to assist you in developing an educational plan to help you achieve your goals, whether it is to continue your education at a transfer college or university, or to prepare you for immediate job entry.
The NRCC Bookstore is your one-stop shopping place for textbooks, supplies, NRCC clothing and gift items, electronics, snacks and drinks and more! Shop in the Bookstore or online.
The Library provides an effective learning environment and a collection of resources, both physical and digital, that strengthens the instructional programs of the college.
The NRCC Help Desk assists NRCC's employees and students with issues relating to computers, telephones, network, media, electrical and heat/air conditioning in electronic classrooms, computer labs and offices.
The Veterans Services office provides access to information concerning benefits and services available to U.S. veterans and their families.
International students who wish to attend New River Community College (NRCC) on an F-1 (student) visa can obtain information from the Admissions and Records Office located in Rooker Hall.
Security Services staff protect and serve students, faculty, staff and visitors at New River Community College. Questions or concerns can be reported to the Security office in Godbey Hall.
Sign up for NRCC ALERTS to receive information about weather closings/delays and other emergency-related information on your cellphone, email, and home telephone.
New River Community College strives to provide a healthy and safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Should an emergency arise, be alert for communications through the college message system.
When Pat Bear graduated from Wytheville Community College in 1974, she never imagined that one day she would become president of a college. But, 43 years later, Dr. Pat B. Huber became New River Community College’s fifth president and the first female to hold the position.
NRCC announced its support of the newly-launched Growth4VA campaign, which will focus on promoting reform and reinvestment in Virginia’s top-ranked higher education system.
|8:00 - 10:00||8:00 MWF||9:30 TR||9:05 MWF||8:00 TR|
|10:30 - 12:30||10:10 MWF||12:00 TR||11:15 MWF|
|1:00 - 3:00||12:20 MWF||1:30 TR||1:25 MWF||4:30 TR|
|3:30 - 5:30||2:30 MWF||3:00 TR||3:35 MWF|
|SPRING SEMESTER 2018|
|January 2-3||Tuesday-Wednesday||Faculty Research|
|January 4-19||Thursday-Friday||Faculty In-service|
|January 15||Monday||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (College Closed)|
|January 22||Monday||Classes Begin|
|January 26||Friday||Last Day to Add w/o Instructor Approval|
|February 6||Tuesday||Last Day to Drop and Receive Refund***|
|March 5-9||Monday-Friday||Spring Break|
|March 30||Friday||Last Day to Drop and Receive “W” Grade***|
|April 3||Tuesday||Fall Registration Begins|
|May 4||Friday||Classes End|
|May 7||Monday||Exams Begin|
|May 10||Thursday||Exams End|
|May 11-15||Friday-Tuesday||Faculty In-service|
|May 11||Friday||Grades Due from Faculty (noon)|
|May 14||Monday||Grades Available Online for Students|
Refund or withdrawal date for regular session only.
Contact Admissions & Records Office for information on other session deadlines.