West Virginia University will transfer its COVID-19 dashboards from the current Return to Campus website, as well as other pandemic information and related resources, to a new website, wvu.edu/covid, beginning Monday, May 16.
Mark McCoy, leader in higher education, to speak at WVU Potomac State College’s 119th Commencement, Saturday, May 7th
KEYSER, WV, MAY 4, 2022 – Mark McCoy, Ph.D., a multi-talented composer, conductor, coach, and leader in higher education who currently serves as senior advisor to West Virginia University President Gordon Gee will be WVU Potomac State College’s 119th commencement speaker. The graduation ceremony will be held Saturday, May 7, beginning at 11 a.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center.
KEYSER, W.Va. — West Virginia University School of Nursing Keyser Campus sophomore students recently completed two simulations as part of their NSG 212 course — one on the care of a post-op patient with diabetes and another on the care of a patient with seizures who suffered a head injury.
Due to the increased demand for nurses, the West Virginia University School of Nursing has extended the nursing application deadline for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program for both the Beckley Campus and the Keyser Campus.
Individuals interested in becoming a nurse may submit their applications now through July 1.
The Potomac State College/Community Jazz Ensemble will present a big band jazz concert on Thursday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center.
KEYSER, W.Va. – Carl Njoroge, an electrical engineering major at West Virginia University Potomac State College, is the recipient of one of the College’s highest honors, the Catamounts Climb Higher award.
MORGANTOWN, W.VA. – A first-generation college graduate who rose to become a leader in higher education, published author and champion for underserved students has been selected to serve as the interim president of West Virginia University Potomac State College .
Chris Gilmer, currently president of West Virginia University at Parkersburg, will begin his two-year appointment at the Keyser Campus on July 1, 2022.
Passengers are no longer required to wear masks while riding on West Virginia University’s Public Rapid Transit or buses across the WVU System, beginning today (April 20) and pending any additional guidance after a federal court ruling this week.
While the University’s PRT and buses are now mask optional, masks are welcome and remain an important preventive measure against COVID-19. Anyone who needs or chooses to wear one is encouraged to do so.
The Mountain Arts Guild currently has an arts exhibit located on the west wing of the Mary F. Shipper Library’s second floor which includes creations by 12 local artists. These works were showcased during a member show at the beginning of April and will remain on display for the general public through mid-May.
After a two-year wait, Highland Arts Unlimited (HAU) is excited to host The Seldom Scene, Saturday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m., in the Church-McKee Arts Center on the campus of West Virginia University Potomac State College.