Four Glenville State College students are featured on GSC billboards in their home counties. “We are proud of these students and want to use them as role models for future GSC students. I feel that they will bring attention to Glenville State College from their hometowns which is a great recruiting tool,” said Vice President for Enrollment Management Duane Chapman.
Senior Music Education (PreK-Adult) and Piano Major Mary Sue Bailey is from Glen Daniel in Raleigh County. Her billboard is located in Raleigh County on I-77 South/I-64 East about twenty minutes from Beckley. She is the daughter of Michael and Joan Bailey of Bolt, West Virginia and is a 2007 Honor Graduate of Liberty High School in Raleigh County. Bailey is a member of the GSC concert band, marching band, percussion ensemble, concert choir, and chamber singers. In her free time, she enjoys learning how to play instruments, spending time with friends and family, and attending West Virginia Symphony Orchestra concerts. “The GSC Music Department has given me many opportunities to teach music across the state, take trips to large cities (Chicago, Cincinnati, etc) for conferences and concerts, and ample opportunities to perform in many ensembles. Glenville has become my home away from home and I can not imagine attending any other school for my undergraduate degree. I am extremely proud to represent GSC in the Southern West Virginia area.” said Bailey.
Freshman Natural Resource Management Major Levi Daughtery is from Buckhannon in Upshur County. His billboard is located in Upshur County along Route 33 East near Childers Run Road.
Freshman Biology Major Ciera Pinkston is from Weston in Lewis County. Her billboard is located in Lewis County along Route 33 East between Weston and Buckhannon.
Sophomore Kyle Warner is from Sutton in Braxton County. His billboard is located in Braxton County along I-79 just north of the Flatwoods exit on-ramp. Warner was valedictorian for the Braxton County High School Class of 2009. He is a member of the GSC Football Team where he was named Scout Team Player of the Year in his first season. He enjoys playing basketball and golf in his free time, spending time with friends and family, and working out. “I like Glenville State College because it’s very close to home and all the teachers are very knowledgeable. The classes are small which is convenient in having a good relationship with your professor,” said Warner.
For more information about Glenville State College or how to apply for admission, contact Chapman at Donald.Chapman@glenville.edu or (304) 462-6130.