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GSC to Host Third Annual Halloween Spooktacular
Glenville State College’s Student Government Association will be hosting a free Halloween Spooktacular event on Thursday, October 31 for local children and families. The events will start at 5:00 p.m. on Clark Hall Lawn at GSC. In the event of inclement weather, the events will take place in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom.
New Scholarships Honor Land Resources Professors
The Department of Land Resources has announced new scholarships honoring two professors who pioneered the forest technology and land surveying technology majors within the natural resource management program at GSC.
Fall Open House Planned at GSC
Future Glenville State College Pioneers are invited to campus to attend the upcoming Fall Open House on Saturday, November 2.
Glenville State and Marshall University Partner to Offer Professional Degree
Glenville State College has partnered with Marshall University to offer students a program of study leading to a Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training (PMSAT) degree. The agreement combines an undergraduate course of study at Glenville State with students later being accepted into the College of Health Professions at Marshall University.
Five Land Resources Students Among GSC Honors Program Ranks
Five students from the Department of Land Resources are pioneering their future within the Glenville State College’s Honors Program, an interdisciplinary program that examines the world around us, explores diversity, advances research, promotes civic engagement, and prepares leaders for the 21st century.
Music Fest Scheduled for October 22
Glenville State College’s annual Music Fest concert is scheduled for Tuesday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium. This concert, with a history going back decades, is one of the most popular of the year. It features nearly all of GSC’s ensembles in a potpourri of musical genres and styles.
GSC Trillium now Accepting Submissions
The Trillium, Glenville State College’s literary and arts journal, is now accepting submissions for the 2020 issue. All GSC students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community members are invited to submit visual art, poetry, fiction, song lyrics, and other forms of creative expression.