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Bluefield State College’s main campus is located adjacent to U.S. Route 52 in Bluefield, West Virginia. All degree programs are offered at this site with a traditional day schedule and a night schedule for working adults. The administrative service and supervisory units of the College are headquartered there, as are the computer center, instructional technology center and television production center.
Bluefield State College offers associate degrees and courses toward baccalaureate degrees in the Beckley area at the new Erma Byrd Higher Education Center. The Associate of Science Degree is offered in Nursing and Radiologic Technology. Courses applicable to the Bachelor of Science are offered in Criminal Justice Administration, Business Administration, Teacher Education, and in the Regents Bachelor of Arts (RBA) Degrees. For information regarding the competitive admission process to the Nursing and Radiologic Technology Programs, contact the Admissions Office on the Bluefield Campus.
The Greenbrier Center is located on the Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River Community and Technical College, enabling the two Institutions to meet the growing education needs of people in the Greenbrier Valley.
Courses offered by Bluefield State at the Greenbrier Valley Campus are applicable to requirements of many of the College’s degree programs, and are available, primarily, via the Internet and/or the interactive television network (IVN), in conjunction with the Bluefield Campus programs. Courses for other baccalaureate degree programs, such as Criminal Justice Administration, Early/Middle Education, and the Regents Bachelor of Arts (RBA), may be taken at the Center.
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Bluefield State College has entered into an agreement with Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College to offer upper division courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration. The addition of other degree programs is currently be explored.
Located at Bluefield, West Virginia, United States.
When Bluefield State’s campus-based student housing program ended in the 1960s, a number of area landlords stepped-in to make houses, apartments, mobile homes and single rooms available to BSC students. The demand for alternative, off-campus housing has grown over the years, to the point that College officials have recognized the need to make available to students contact information for landlords who have provided assurances that their rental properties meet accepted environmental, safety and security standards, and have requested to be listed on the BSC website. Contact information for area landlords who have provided such assurances is reflected below. Current and prospective BSC students who are searching for housing are encouraged to contact landlords through the information provided.
Students are urged to make arrangements for a tour of prospective rental properties, and to ask pertinent questions, prior to signing rental or lease agreements. (Note: Some participating landlords provide statements of assurances for selected properties only. Prospective student renters/lessees are encouraged to request that Property Managers show them only those properties covered by the statement of assurance.) The College assumes no responsibility, other than to list contact information for landlords who have provided the assurances referenced above. The contact listings are not presented in any prioritized order, other than the sequence in which the assurance statements were received by the College.
This link is updated on a continuing basis as appropriate information is received from additional landlords.
The BSC Offices of Student Life coordinate the Program of Alternative, Off-campus Housing for Students; Ms. Joan Buchanan, Coordinator of Student Activities, is the Student Life staff member assigned to oversee the Student Housing Program. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 304-327-4186.