If you seek success in an ever-changing economy, you must change with it. 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 bachelor degree program after graduation, Blue Ridge CTC can help you ascend the ladder of achievement. Take the first steps today:
Schedule an Admissions Appointment
Contact the Admissions Office:
Call: 304-260-4380, ext. 2000
Apply for Admission
For the time being, we are working remotely. Please help us to process your requests as quickly as possible by completing the online application.
Have you earned your GED or high school diploma? If so, complete one of the applications below:
Attach the $25 fee to the application or pay your fee online.
Request your high school transcripts, GED/TASC transcripts, and ALL previous college transcript(s) and send official copies to:
Blue Ridge CTC/Admissions
13650 Apple Harvest Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25403
Request your GED/TASC transcript from the State of West Virginia
Submit SAT or ACT scores or take required placement exam for admission.
Blue Ridge CTC SAT Code: 4892
Blue Ridge CTC ACT Code: 4532
If you have not taken either exam, please schedule a Placement Test appointment on campus, as it is required for entry into college-level English and Mathematics courses. Schedule a placement appointment.
Upon reviewing your application, the Admissions office will contact you regarding acceptance, registration, and orientation.
Considering Online Learning?
Are you considering enrolling in online courses, but intimidated by online learning? Blue Ridge CTC is excited to offer a new course designed to help students ease into a virtual classroom environment. Complete the FREE one-credit course, and learn more about learning online prior to enrolling.
Completers of this course become familiar with the following topics and develop a plan to begin online learning at Blue Ridge CTC:
- Technical requirements for online learning including skills, computer equipment, and other helpful technologies
- Common features of an online classroom
- Expectations for academic skills in an online environment
- Effective study strategies for online learning
- Finding the time and the location to commit to online learning
- Resources available for students taking online courses
- What to expect in the admissions process
- Options for paying for college
Ready to get started? No registration is necessary. This course is open access and does not contain time limits.
Questions or Ready to Enroll? Contact:
304.260.4380 ext 2000