Fairmont State University representatives will travel to Charleston on Friday, January 14 to highlight the University’s offerings at the West Virginia State Capitol during Fairmont State Day at the Legislature.
For the second year in a row, Fairmont State University’s Student Government Association has partnered with Marion County Schools to deliver Christmas gifts to local children and their families through the Christmas with a Falcon sponsorship program.
In partnership with elementary and middle schools throughout Marion County, Fairmont State University’s Student Government Association has announced the continuation of its Christmas with a Falcon sponsorship program.
The Fairmont State University Student Government Association is supporting the Tygart Valley United Way, which represents Marion, Taylor, Randolph, Barbour and Tucker counties, through sales of this year’s “Maroon Madness” t-shirts.
Proceeds from the sales will benefit the “Charting a New Course” campaign, launched by the United Way earlier this month.
Fairmont State University’s campus community now has free access to food products and other essential items through a new initiative known as Freddie’s Pantry. Located near Hunt Haught Hall, the pantry was unveiled by the Fairmont State Student Government Association on Tuesday, August 24.
Fairmont State’s Feaster Center was filled with anticipation and excitement Friday afternoon when hundreds of new students gathered to officially mark the beginning of their journeys as members of the Falcon Family at the University’s annual Convocation Ceremony.
“You have started this journey together, and you will finish this journey together,” said Fairmont State University President, Mirta M. Martin, to those in attendance.
Members of the Fairmont State University student body have elected a group of their fellow Falcons to Student Government Association leadership positions for the upcoming year.
Those individuals chosen to represent their peers are Zach Taylor, SGA President, Isaac Leech, SGA Vice President, Mackenzie Sorton, SGA Secretary and Clay Burrows, SGA Treasurer. The newly elected officers were officially sworn in to their positions during a virtual ceremony last month.
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