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Glenville State Partners with Nicholas County, Richwood High Schools
Glenville State College has partnered with Nicholas County High School and Richwood High School to provide students with the opportunity to complete their two-year Associate of Arts degree in General Studies with an emphasis in Education or Business at the same time they are completing their high school graduation requirements.
Generous Donation Benefits Glenville State Art and Design Students
Glenville State College Art and Design students can let their creativity to flow thanks to a generous donation from an award-winning artist. The Applied Learning Art and Design Computer Lab, located in the Fine Arts Center, was completed in part by Arlinka Worl, a silver and gold Grumbacher medal award-winning artist from Detroit, Michigan.
Glenville State Professor Pens Novel
A new book written by Glenville State College Professor of Psychology Dr. Fred Walborn is earning praise for its witty, insightful, and sometimes painful look into asylums nearly a half-century ago.
Walsh Brings 'Lost and Found' Exhibit to GSC Fine Arts Gallery
The works of Jennifer Walsh are being featured in a gallery exhibit at Glenville State College. Her show will kick off with an opening reception on Friday, September 7 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. It will be on display through Friday, September 28.
Japanese Outreach Coordinator Comes to GSC
Glenville State College has recently been selected as a host-site for the Japan Outreach Initiative (JOI). This program is designed to promote cultural awareness and understanding of Japan in the United States.
GSC Students Travel to Berlin
Glenville State College Professor of History Dr. Ed Wood led a group of five GSC students to Germany in 2018.
GSC Lowers Many Course Fees for the New Academic Year
Glenville State College has committed itself to being a leading force in college access and affordability by lowering the cost of higher education to the students and families of West Virginia and beyond.
Wess Harris to Present at GSC
On Tuesday, August 21 Wess Harris will visit Glenville State College as a part of the ongoing ‘We, too, are Appalachia’ project. The series of performances and presentations, made possible by Glenville State College and the West Virginia Humanities Council, are an exploration of identity and place regarding rural West Virginia.