Potomac State to hold adult student information sessions
Potomac State College of West Virginia University will hold a series of informational sessions for adult students who are thinking about starting or returning to college. The first and last sessions will be held on Thursday, July 12 and Wednesday, August 1from 4 - 6 p.m. in the Davis Conference Center on the Potomac State campus.
For those adults who are unable to make it to one of the on-campus sessions, two off-campus sessions will be held at the following locations: Bank of Romney Community Room in Romney, W.Va. on Wednesday, July 18 from 4 - 6 p.m.; and Tuesday, July 24 at the Grant County Courthouse Conference Room in Petersburg, W.Va., also from 4 - 6 p.m.
Admission representatives will be available to discuss the application process as well as financial aid staff to counsel interested individuals regarding costs and affordability.
Information on the Regents Bachelor of Arts Degree, which is a flexible bachelor's degree option for adult students, will also be available as well as information on four-year bachelor of applied science degrees which are now available at Potomac State in the fields of criminal justice and business management.
"If you've been thinking about a college degree, the informational session is a great opportunity to find out more about attending Potomac State. Any adult is encouraged to attend and get their questions answered about either coming back to or starting college," said Director of Enrollment Services Beth Little.
To be admitted to Potomac State, students must provide documentation of high school graduation in the form of an official high school transcript or completion of the GED.