WVU Potomac State College Employees Recognized with WVU Values Coins

Four West Virginia University Potomac State College employees were recently recognized for their going above and beyond to make the College a better place by exemplifying WVU’s core values of service, curiosity, respect, accountability, and appreciation through their daily work. Each was presented with a 2018 WVU Values Coin and certificate. Pictured from left: Campus President Jennifer Orlikoff; David Miller, multi-media specialist (curiosity); Mary Becker, budget analyst (accountability); Andrew Walker, program coordinator for Gustafson Farm (service); and Larry Kruk, admissions counselor (accountability). 

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Potomac State College's NWTF Chapter Assists at National Convention

The WVU Potomac State College Tink Smith Collegiate National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF) Chapter recently attended the 43rd Annual Convention and Sport Show in Nashville, Tenn. Pictured kneeling from left: Professor Jeff Jones, Students Paden Rights

The WVU Potomac State College Tink Smith Collegiate National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF) Chapter recently attended the 43rd Annual Convention and Sport Show in Nashville, Tenn. Pictured kneeling from left: Professor Jeff Jones, Students Paden Rightsell, Matthew Day, Lindsey Knotts, Erica See, and Advisor Jennifer Jones. Standing from left: Students Jacob Beavers, Carson Raines, Jacob Hauser, Austin Hott, Steven Burner, Aaron Sleasman, Zack Liller, Darren Smith, Corey Tucker, and Sam Ferster. 

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AG office, PSC to partner for middle school drug program

CHARLESTON—West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s partnership with colleges in West Virginia will bring students from Potomac State University to two middle schools in Mineral County on Thursday, March 7, to share drug abuse prevention information with eighth grade students.

The presentations will take place at Frankfort Middle School in Ridgeley and Keyser Middle School in Keyser. The initiative, launched in March 2017, has partnered with Potomac State’s Department of Nursing and several other universities.

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Accomplished illustrator and filmmaker to speak at Potomac State

Keryn Thompson

Accomplished illustrator and filmmaker Keryn Thompson will visit West Virginia University Potomac State College on Monday, March 25 to discuss the art of filmmaking with the Potomac State Film Club.  The event will be held in the University Place Theater from 6-8 p.m., where Thompson will be screening a film as well as fielding questions about the filmmaking process.  This event is free and open to the public. 

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“The Little Mermaid” coming to WVU Potomac State College!

“The Little Mermaid” coming to WVU Potomac State College!

The Little Mermaid,” will enchant audiences as Ariel, Flounder, Sebastian, and a hosts of other characters come to life before their eyes.  West Virginia University Potomac State College will present “The Little Mermaid,” based on Disney’s 1989 animated motion picture of the same name.  

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Hanna Sredy Wins Discover Potomac State Day Book Scholarship

Hanna Sredy Wins Discover Potomac State Day Book Scholarship

FEBRUARY 19, 2019, KEYSER, WV - Discover Potomac State Day, an open house event, was recently held on the campus of West Virginia University Potomac State College in Keyser, W.Va. During the event, Hanna Sredy’s name was drawn as the lucky winner of a $500 book scholarship. Currently, Sredy is a senior at Somerset Area High School, in Pennsylvania. She is the daughter of Ralph and Lisa Sredy. Beth Little, Dean of Enrollment Services and University Relations, left, presented the certificate to Sredy. To learn more about WVU Potomac State College, call 800-262-7332 or email go2psc@mail.wvu.edu or visit potomacstatecollege.edu  

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WVU Potomac State College now offers electronic transcript ordering and delivery

West Virginia University Potomac State College is now offering an enhancement regarding their transcript services. Official, secure e-transcripts are now available to current students and alumni. 

The WVU Potomac State Office of Enrollment Services is now live with transcript services from Credentials Solutions. Online ordering and electronic delivery offer current students and alumni quicker service from wherever they are located.  This enhancement will expedite transcript ordering and fulfillment processes without sacrificing the level of expected service.  

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