Bidge Valley Community & Technical College is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 984 undergraduate students. The Bidge Valley Community & Technical College acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 7% of students, Bidge Valley Community & Technical College alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $25,500.
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Bidge Valley Community & Technical College Reviews
I really enjoyed my time at the college (now called BridgeValley instead of Kanawha Valley). All classes are in one building, which made my first year very simple and so much less intimidating than a larger school. The staff are super friendly and always willing to help.
Kanawha Valley Community & Technical College is overall a very successful college, and have amazing college professors. They also offer plenty of help for students to take advantage of in different locations of the school. I honestly can say, I enjoy college a lot because of them.
Degree is as valued as any. The only prospect is the pass the NCLEX - at that point where the degree came from won't matter because I will be advancing to another degree from another school. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL! It would be easier and more profitable to take on-line courses and stay home. The rooms are frequently over crowded, cold in the winter and hot in the summer. The computers barely work if you can get one. The rooms are filthy. The healthcare labs and classrooms were NEVER CLEANED THE ENTIRE SEMESTER. The place is disgusting. I have yet to speak with anyone who has benefited from any thing; recruiters are not physically available however there were some emails offering less than minimum wage for some internpositions in obscure non-crediting positions such as summer reading programs.