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Warden and Joanne Rice have huge hearts for the students in Warden’s home county of Webster. Over the past seven years, they have encouraged students to complete high school and take sufficient college prep courses. As incentive they inform them of their $2,000 per year college scholarship program GSC.
Members of the Glenville State College marching band returned to campus a week before fall classes began to prepare marching drills, learn new routines, and familiarize themselves with new songs.
The Don and Mary Jean Barker Scholarship has been established at Glenville State College. It will support students attending GSC from across central West Virginia with an emphasis on education majors.
Residents in and around Nicholas County can again enroll in Glenville State College courses near their homes and jobs. Four GSC courses and a lab will be offered at the Summersville campus of New River Community and Technical College during the fall 2013 semester.
Glenville State College’s class of 2017 has arrived on campus for the 2013 fall term. The new Pioneers come from West Virginia, 11 other states, and the District of Columbia.
GSC seniors and WV Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition finalists Racheal Fetty and Caleb Greathouse made history earlier this year. For the first time since the inception of the competition, a surprise offer of an additional $10,000 investment was made to a runner-up.
Denise Ellyson has been selected to receive the 2013 Pete and Betsy Barr Professional Development Award. Ellyson has put the award to good use, attending a training conference for DegreeWorks.
Over 15 weekly evening Glenville State College courses are scheduled to be held at Braxton County High School in the Braxton County Center for the upcoming fall 2013 semester.
GSC has recently awarded Entrepreneurship Essentials certificates to four students from Braxton and Clay Counties. The four students have been attending evening classes at Braxton County High School in the Braxton County Center classrooms.
The Michael Late Benedum Chapter of the American Association of Professional Landmen recently donated $5,000 to the Glenville State College Land Resources Department for use in supporting student scholarships.