Alicia Loy, PSC Criminal Justice student featured in State Magazine
Each year West Virginia Senior High Magazine features articles on the best and the brightest college students in the state of West Virginia.
Over the years, Potomac State College of WVU students have been featured prominently in the publication, and this year is no different.
Alicia Loy, a fourth-year student pursuing a bachelor of applied science degree in Criminal Justice at PSC, is featured in this year’s issue. “West Virginia Senior High” Magazine, is a publication that is distributed to high school seniors across the state. In addition to listing all the institutions of higher education within West Virginia along with their program and degree offerings, the publication also includes advice and perspectives from current college students attending these schools.
To read Alicia’s article, click here.
Potomac State offers both the two-year associate of arts degree as well as the two-year associate of applied science degree in CJ studies and a four-year CJ bachelor of applied science degree. To learn more about the program or the College, call Enrollment Services at 800-262-7332 or 305-788-6820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.