The Fairmont State University experience consists of academic exploration and social participation. A combination of departments provides extracurricular activities to enhance campus life. Over 45 various student organizations and clubs are available on campus. The options range from joining student government, professional and honor societies, and Greek Life to participating in intramural sports or a club or organization. Both on-campus and commuter students are kept in mind when campus life activities are organized, so every student has an opportunity to get involved.
"I enjoy the atmosphere that Fairmont State has to offer. It's a smaller campus, and it's easier to get to know people. There is a nice mix of traditional and non-traditional students, which makes the discussions in class rather interesting. On top of that, the instructors are genuinely invested in helping you complete your degree."
"Making the decision to study at Fairmont State is one of the best decisions I've made. My teachers have helped and encouraged me, the opportunities I've been given have sharpened my skills, and the friendships I've made will last forever." - Bethany Gorman
Residence Life assistants plan and carry out scholarly, holiday, and just-for-fun events year round in the Halls.
"Fairmont State has been an awesome experience for me. When deciding on where to go to college, I wanted to keep it small and somewhere close to home. Fairmont State has been the perfect decision for me. I have been blessed with amazing, kind, and caring professors who have really made this experience great."
Student Activities plans and carries out events for students, such as Homecoming, Paint Nights, Main Street Make & Takes, and Black History Month talks. Student Activities also works with the All-Gree Council for Greek Life activities such as Greek Week and regulary service opportunities.
"Fairmont State has some really incredible professors who care about you and genuinely want you to succeed. The student jobs that are offered are fair and helpful, the clubs and organizations are diverse, and the plays are topnotch. I would recommend Fairmont State to anyone who wants to be a part of a community, not a just a campus." - Catherine Gorman