Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College

Kanawha Valley Community And Technical College

Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College (KVCTC) is a comprehensive community and technical college that provides a broad spectrum of associate degrees, certificates, industry certifications, continuing education, community service, employee training, developmental and transfer education. KVCTC is located in South Charleston, West Virginia, United States. It was formerly located in Institute, West Virginia on the campus of West Virginia State University.

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... Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College has met the recommended criteria to become an independently accredited institution by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools ...

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