Wednesday, December 11, 2019: Due to inclement weather, NRCC (Dublin and NRV Mall Site) is closed. Day classes ONLY have been cancelled.
Established in 1980, the NRCC Educational Foundation is a nonprofit corporation that secures voluntary support and manages funds solely for the benefit of New River Community College.
Members of the Foundation Board of Directors represent the counties of Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski, and the city of Radford. These community leaders volunteer their expertise and service on behalf of the college and community.
The Foundation assists New River Community College in a variety of ways, including the endowment and distribution of scholarship funds, the purchase of equipment and furnishings, and the financial support of academic and community enrichment programs.
For more information, call (540) 674-3618 or email the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the Foundation Office on the NRCC campus in Dublin (Godbey 07).
The Foundation awards scholarships up to $1,500 to support studies at NRCC.
These awards are based on criteria such as financial need and academic achievement, and are available to persons who are enrolled or intend to enroll in specific programs. These scholarships are made possible by the generous donations of individuals and organizations who have chosen to provide their support for students through the NRCC Educational Foundation's Endowed Scholarship Program. Applications are available only online, for more information you may contact the Foundation Office at (540) 674-3618.
Access to Community College Education
ACCE is a partnership between the locality and New River Community College Educational Foundation that provides the opportunity for graduating seniors from Floyd County, Giles County, Montgomery County, Pulaski County, and City of Radford to attend New River Community College tuition free for two years.
The Foundation supports NRCC organizations and programs through the management of funds raised or donated specifically for those entities.
PTK promotes scholarship and recognizes achievement of two-year college students. PTK creates opportunity for leadership development and service, and for interaction in the interest of continuing academic excellence. Check out NRCC's local chapter, Omega Eta on Facebook.
PBL brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
The Athletics program provides experiential learning that complements NRCC academics including clubs/organizations, special events, physical activities and community service projects.
The Fiddle, Banjo & Dance Club serves the community through providing musical entertainment on the second Saturday of each month from October through April with internationally-known acts near the beginning and end of each season.
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