Blue Ridge Community and Technical College

Future Students Enlightening minds, brightening futures.

Whether your path is certain, or yet to be blazed, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College can help you move mountains.

Our faculty and academics will help you create a blueprint for success, equipping you with knowledge and critical thinking skills essential to the workplace. Our impressive new campus features state-of-the art resources focused on achievement, convenience, and you.

Ascend the Ridge today. If you wish to enroll in a degree program, take a course, or transfer to Blue Ridge, select the link that’s right for you. Contact the Admissions Office at 304-260-4380 or schedule a tour.

Degree/Certificate Seeking Student

Our degree and certificate programs equip you with the knowledge and training to communicate, think on your feet, and make sound decisions in life. Whether you transition directly into the workforce or into a baccalaureate degree program after graduation, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College can help you ascend the ladder of achievement.

High School Student

If you’re a high school student interested in taking a course, or you wish to jump-start your degree, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College has a variety of courses designed for secondary-school students.

Transfer Student

If you wish to make your blueprint as a transfer student, we welcome your application. Learn more about how to transfer previous college credits from other schools (including SMART or ACE military credits).

Non-Degree Student

If you wish to take classes without enrolling in a degree program, our courses are designed to enhance your professional skills and personal growth.

 

Success Story

The Electric Distribution Engineering Technology instructors teach from experience rather than theory and help you visualize yourself in the field. With their years of experience, they also help students with networking and provide continued support. By the time you graduate, the hands on training leaves you mentally and physically prepared to be a lineman. Now that I am in the field, the program has left me a step ahead of those without formal training.

- Corey Walsh

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