BridgeValley Community & Technical College - Montgomery Campus
- 2 Year
- MONTGOMERY, WV
BridgeValley Community & Technical College - Montgomery Campus Reviews
Rating 4.11 out of 5 45 reviews
Great experience so far. Professors are all great and care about their students. Great diversity and education on different areas of the world and cultures.
The financial aid staff is phenomenal, as is many of the student services staff. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The Montgomery campus could use some updating as compared to the South Charleston campus. I also wish all classes were offered at each campus. I did not like having to travel between both.
Sometimes online classes can be scary! my professors made sure I had the tools I needed and were always available to lend a helping hand!
love the sense of community BridgeValley has! I never worry about finding the help I need to make sure I can give 100% to my program!
The professors at BridgeValley are more than happy to help when it comes to online learning. They are very understanding that all of this is new and everyone is learning how to navigate and get used to online learning. The professors have handled this new chapter in our lives very well and make online learning as less stressful as they can.
The teachers I have had so far have been very nice and all very helpful. The actual campus is very clean and modern. The classes have all been noticeably beneficial so far to my degree. The only reasons why I rate this school four stars is because when signing up for classes is a hassle. I have never had to go through student loans or scheduling before and it is not very self-explanation on how to or where to apply for loans and sign up for classes or who to talk to about it. It gets very confusing when you have to talk to different counselors or advisors when they are not the ones at the school's location you currently attend.
I have had only one online class so far. It was very resourceful and the teacher communicated individually very well. It was more convenient to do online school at home (especially when the college is almost an hour drive each way).
I have enjoyed taking classes at BridgeValley Community and Technical College. All of the professors that I have taken so far have been so great and very helpful. If I could change just one thing, that would be to make the financial aid process easier. It is so confusing and I feel like I have to jump through hoops to qualify. I wish I had a better understanding of what I could do to get some assistance in paying for my education. I'm not looking for a free education, just a little help.
This next semester, I will be taking my first online class. I have had some remote learning this past semester and attended all of my zoom classes and didn't have any problems. It really helps when you have dedicated instructors like I have been given.
Online classes can be tricky, but the professors at BridgeValley CTC are always willing to help students and are available to contact at any time.
i have not started yet but everything that i have seen and heard makes me want to go into this community college. i am super excited to start in the fall of 2020.
You get out of it what you put into it. I am getting a degree from a well respected program. I am glad I chose this school to attend, it is very friendly to adults returning to school.
Bridge valley is a small community college, and it is really nice to be able to be in smaller classes. My professors have all been excellent the past three semesters.
I would like to see a student housing option be provided and more ways to help pay for school. There are currently no options for student housing whatsoever. They could at least sponsor an apartment complex close to the school so students can get discounts. The town the school is located in is ruins of West Virginia Tech, who moved two years ago. There are no activities for students whatsoever. But there are empty buildings and empty dorms that WV Tech left behind.
I would like to see a higher graduation rate and teachers who car about students passing. There seems to be no desire to see students succeed
The professors I had the pleasure to learn from were compassionate and caring. There are some that truly believes the potential in you and will help you reach your goals.
I love my college, and I am so lucky to be going here