West Virginia's 13th annual College Application and Exploration Week will be held across the state from October 31-November 4, 2022. The annual campaign’s goal is to expand the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s (WVHEPC) efforts to raise the number of students pursuing postsecondary education.
Fairmont State University will continue the annual SOAR Award ceremony events to provide incoming first-time freshmen with a $2,000 scholarship. Fairmont State University began the SOAR Awards in 2018 to reduce educational costs as an institutional commitment to student success and accomplishment.
Fairmont State University has been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report for the third consecutive year, earning placements in its 2022 – 2023 Best Colleges rankings including Best Nursing Programs and Top Social Mobility in the South—Regional University category. The U.S.
Representatives from the Fairmont State University Tulasi & Marilyn Joshi Office for Educational Pathways for International Centers and Students (EPICS) are looking ahead to resume both on campus intercultural and international activities after a temporary pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the Fairmont State University Board of Governors and Executive Leadership team convened in the Falcon Center for a full Board meeting on Thursday, August 18.
During the meeting, Vice President for Student Success, Ken Fettig, shared preliminary enrollment data for the fall semester. Fettig reported the University has experienced significant growth in first-time freshmen, crediting the work of the Admissions team throughout the 2022 enrollment cycle.
Fairmont State University will provide several opportunities for incoming freshmen and transfer students to attend on-campus orientation at a Welcome Wednesday or weekend session, in addition to virtual orientations prior to the fall 2022 semester.
During the on-campus sessions, students will tour campus and residence halls, obtain their student ID cards, meet with advisors to schedule courses for the fall semester and more.
Fairmont State University will welcome prospective students and their families to campus on Saturday, April 9 for Maroon & White Day. The spring visitation day affords the opportunity for both traditional and non-traditional students to explore the University’s offerings.
Fairmont State University will host future Falcons on campus during Maroon & White Day on Saturday, April 9. The spring visitation day provides the opportunity for both traditional and non-traditional prospective students and their families to explore the University’s offerings.
The spring semester is now in full swing, which means it’s time to dust off your school supplies, prioritize homework assignments and start creating effective study tactics. To help members of our Falcon Family on their quest to getting the most out of the remainder of the academic year, we turned to Vice President for Student Success, Ken Fettig, for some useful advice.
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