Potomac State to host ‘Open House’ on February 17
Potomac State College (PSC) of West Virginia University will host an Open House event on Monday, February 17, 2014.
The Open House provides an opportunity for prospective students and their families to visit the campus and interact with current students, faculty, staff, and administrators to get a glimpse of the total PSC experience.
According to Beth Little, director of Enrollment Services, “Our goal with Potomac State’s Open House is to showcase everything the College has to offer and to allow prospective students to experience the benefits of our campus first-hand.”
The day kicks off with registration at 8:30 a.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center and an optional photo with our mascot “PAWS.” The program begins promptly at 9 a.m. and will run until approximately 1 p.m. Highlights of the Potomac State Open House include:
- An opportunity to win a $500 Book Scholarship
- Application review and admission decisions on-the-spot (bring high school transcript)
- Information sessions on, financial aid, scholarships, housing and student resources
- Academic/Student Services Fair-which allows the opportunity for questions and answers with faculty, admissions, financial aid, housing, athletic coaches, health services, university police, dining services, disability services and our academic success center
- Complimentary lunch in our cafeteria
- Campus tour
- Optional tour of our agriculture facilities
Although prior registration is not required, we do encourage registering in advance by clicking here. You may also contact the Enrollment Services Office at 304.788.6820 or 800.262.7332 to register or for additional information regarding the event.
Christine Hess, senior admissions counselor and coordinator of the event, stated that “Participation in a Potomac State Open House event is a great step in ensuring success as a college student. Once students have visited our campus, they see the many possibilities that Potomac State has to offer and realize that it is the right choice for them.”