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Are you ready to earn your degree, enhance your career or learn something new?  BridgeValley has courses and programs to help you achieve your academic goals.  Our two campuses and Advanced Technology Center offer convenience and a hands-on learning environment.   Our associate degree and certificate programs, distance learning and online courses offer a strong educational foundation for students looking to enter the workforce or enter a four-year college. 

General Admission Policy

BridgeValley Community and Technical College is an open door admission institution that admits individuals as regular students with a high school diploma or GED/TASC.  Students may be admitted on a conditional basis that display an ability to benefit from a college education and will be guided through the educational process. 

Applying as a First-Time Freshmen

Complete and submit the Application for Admission (Application available below)
Request your high school or state GED/TASC Office to have an official high school transcript or GED/TASC scores sent to the Office of Admissions
Take the ACT or SAT test for scholarship and state financial aid eligibility.  The ACT or SAT is not required for admission to BridgeValley.  However, some selected health programs will require it for admission to the program.  If you do not have ACT or SAT scores, you will be required to take a placement exam (Accuplacer) to determine math and English course placement. 
Applying as a Transfer Student

Complete and submit the Application for Admission (Application available below)
Request an official transcript from all previous colleges attended to be sent to the Office of Admissions.  If you have earned less than 15 credit hours from all previous colleges, you are also required to submit an official high school transcript or GED/TASC score. 
Applying as a Readmission Student

Complete and submit the Application for Admission (Application available below)
If you have attended any other college since last being enrolled at BridgeValley, please request an official transcript from the previous college(s) to be sent to the Office of Admissions.

Applying as a Transient Student

Complete and submit the Application for Admission (Application available below)
Request and submit a Transient Approval Form from home institution
Applying as a Non-Degree Student

Complete and submit an Application for Admission (Application available below)
NOTE:  students applying as non-degree students are not eligible to receive financial aid.
Applying as a High School Student

Complete and submit an Application for Admission (application available below) 
Request an official high school transcript be sent to the Office of Admission
Complete and submit an Early Entrance Consent Form (signed by Principal/Counselor and Parent)
ACT, SAT or Accuplacer (placement test scores)
APPLY NOW - Applications may me submitted online, by email, by fax, in person or via postal mail (see postal/email addresses and fax numbers below) 

Contact us! 

Montgomery Campus
619 2nd Ave.
Montgomery, WV 25136
Telephone:  (304)734-6600
Fax: (304)734-6698

South Charleston Campus
2001 Union Carbide Drive
South Charleston, WV 25303
Telephone:  (304)205-6600
Fax:  (304)205-6771

E-mail:  admissions@bridgevalley.edu