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There is no time limit. However, it takes approximately an hour and a half for most students. For more information on the ACCUPLACER, click here.
yes, you can take the ACCUPLACER more than once. There is a $5 fee for the retake.
For information about financial assistance, please click here.
Spencer Poling, Director of Accessibility and Support Services. Her office is in room 032.
Yes, absolutely! Carla Blankenbuehler in room 032A at the South Charleston Campus. Stop by her office and ask to make an appointment. Students at BridgeValley are allowed a limited number of free counseling sessions per semester.
Misi Lair is our Director of Veterans Affairs. She is in room 402 on the Montgomery campus. Tammy McClanahan is our Life Bridge AmeriCorps Liaison to Veteran & Military Affairs and is located in room 012 on the South Charleston Campus.
All students wishing to enroll in a course must complete the Student Orientation, or STOR, course. There is no cost to the students for completing this course; it will be transcribed as credit/no credit. This course is designed to assist students on being orientated to college life and how to navigate an online course, using BridgeValley’s Learning Management System (LMS). In addition to navigation techniques, students will be introduced to BridgeValley’s policies and procedures for online learning. Topics include: tips for online success, online procedures and netiquette, using discussion boards and email, posting assignments, taking quizzes and exams, and proctoring requirements and options. This course will be a prerequisite to enrolling in a web (W) section of a course. For students with prior experience in online courses, a test-out option is available. Students desiring the test-out option should still enroll in the course.
Kaitlyn Calvert, Director of Instructional Technology and Library Services
BridgeValley offers many services to help students succeed academically. We have a Student Success Center on both the South Charleston and Montogomery campuses. For more information about our Student Success Center, please click here.
No. Parents cannot register, drop, or withdraw a student from a class. Parent may be allowed access to specific information or ask questions about a student only if the student has completed and signed a FERPA form. You may find more information about FERPA and can access the form here.
Parents or guardians can attend first time advising appointments.