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GSC Dual Enrollment Program Allows High School Students to Earn College Credits
High school students are eligible to enroll in college-level courses at Glenville State College through the Dual Enrollment Program. This early-entrance option allows students to earn both high school and college credits at the same time, giving them a jump start on their college careers while also saving money.
GSC Unveils Self-Service Transfer Equivalency System
GSC’s Transfer Equivalency Self Service system is designed to be used as a guide to help students understand how their transfer classes may equate to classes at Glenville State College and how those classes may apply to degree requirements and is now on-line and ready to use.
Student Awarded Two Scholarships
Abigail Johnson, a student at Glenville State College, is the recipient of the Appalachian Vegetation Management Association (AVMA) Roger Latham Memorial Award and the West Virginia Christmas Tree Grower’s Association (WVCTGA) Arnold Spitzen Memorial Forestry Scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year.
GSC Department of Land Resources Receives Research Grant
The Glenville State College Department of Land Resources has received a grant from the West Virginia Science and Research Opportunity Grants Program to focus on enhancing undergraduate research in ecology in the natural resource management program through a unique international research experience in Japan.
GSC Students Named to CEFTS Honor Society
Glenville State College students Holly Tucker, Emily Landis, and Abigail Johnson all received the distinct honor of being inducted into the Council of Eastern Forest Technician Schools Honor Society.
Education Students Attend 70th Annual SECA Conference
Members of the Glenville State College Early Education Student Group (EESG) attended the annual southern Early Childhood Association Conference in Orlando, Florida from February 27 – March 2.