New Martinsville Campus Details
141 Main Street
New Martinsville, WV 26155
Phone: (304) 455-4684
Responding to local community requests, the College began offering courses in New Martinsville in 1973, a year after West Virginia Northern was created. The campus was established in New Martinsville in 1975.
The New Martinsville Campus is centrally located in the downtown city complex- adjacent to the New Martinsville Municipal Building. The academic facility was completed in 1993 and houses administrative and faculty offices; counseling and student services; the Learning Resource Center; 10 general use classrooms and 2 computer labs equipped with state-of-the-art technology; IP video classroom; conference/workshop/seminar rooms; laboratories for business, nursing, and physical and biological sciences; lounges and the College Bookstore.
Programs offered on the New Martinsville Campus include the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees designed for transfer to a four year university, as well as, Associate in Applied Science degrees and Certificate Programs in human services, social work, business administration, accounting, criminal justice and computer information and technology. Core academic coursework in culinary arts, nursing, office technology, paralegal, radiologic technology, respiratory therapy, surgical technology and refrigeration, air conditioning and heating technology are completed in New Martinsville with clinical and specialized program coursework conducted on the Wheeling Campus. The Campus offers a varied Continuing and Community Education program designed to meet local interests and needs.
Become a Friend of the New Martinsville Campus
The Friends of the College is a community based organization comprised of interested individuals representing the business, industry, education, government, and social service agencies. The Friends of the College works to support projects that will assist and improve the New Martinsville Campus.
There are two large parking lots near the New Martinsville campus. One is a large lot just below the public parking area for the Municipal Building (students are urged to park in the appropriate lot as indicated by the posted signs) and the other is a gravel area located on the corner of Main Street and Harlan Drive (south of the building). Non-metered street parking is another parking option available to our students.