Leaders of Eastern, WVU Potomac State College, share collaboration ideas

Leaders or WVU Potomac State College and Eastern Community College

The leadership teams of West Virginia University Potomac State College and Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College recently met to discuss ways in which the two institutions can collaborate with one another. Participating in the discussion were front row, from left: Taylor Hill, WVU PSC marketing manager; Kimberly Colebank, WVU PSC director of development; and Monica Wilson, Eastern dean of student services. Back row, from left: Megan Webb, Eastern dean of advancement and continuing education; Phillip Douthitt, WVU PSC dean of academic affairs; Thomas Striplin, Eastern president; Christopher Gilmer, WVU PSC interim campus president; Scott McVicker, WVU PSC executive director of finance and operations; Beth Little, WVU PSC dean of enrollment management; and Lucas Taylor, WVU PSC dean of student experience.

Read Full Article

WVU Potomac State College hosts Ethiopian Delegation

Campus President Chris Gilmer stands in a classroom with Wollo University leadership and WVU Potomac State College Students.

Pictured during the campus tour in the Gathering Place were from left: PSC Student Carl Njoroge; Interim Campus President Chris Gilmer; Mare Mitiku, Wollo University Administrative and Student Services Vice President; Bizuayehu Admasuu, Ethiopian native and founder of bizu company; PSC Student Theoddis Henley; President Ayene; PSC Student Timothy Riedell; Shannon Meek, PSC Diversity Specialist; and PSC Students Raelynn Crowe, and Emma Craddock.

Read Full Article

Find your future during ‘Discover Day’ event at Potomac State College

No matter where you want to go or the career you’re seeking, finding and navigating the right path for your future can begin within the West Virginia University system during the next Discover Day event on the Potomac State College campus, Friday, Nov. 11.

“A wide variety of activities and events have been scheduled to give students the opportunity to experience college life; ask questions of faculty, staff and coaches; and tour our beautiful campus,” said Beth Little, dean of Enrollment Management.

Read Full Article

Daughter of legendary actor, Don Knotts, to perform at Potomac State College this Sunday

Karen Knotts poses with her book "Tied up in Knotts".

Highland Arts Unlimited presents Karen Knotts, daughter of West Virginia's own Don Knotts, on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 3 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center.

Karen is an actress and author who has been referred to as ‘a hilarious performer.’ Her one-woman show and book — both titled “All Tied Up in Knotts” is a tribute to her father, “… who was a down-to-earth father with strong family values and beloved world-wide.”

Read Full Article

Trunk-or-Treat and Hoedown being held at WVU Potomac State College Oct. 29

Bring the whole family for an evening of free fun-filled, family-oriented and kid-friendly activities at WVU Potomac State College in Keyser, W.VA., on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.  

Kids can dress in their favorite costumes while they Trunk-or-Treat, enjoy games and other activities, including pony rides. Live music will be provided by Country Best in Class, performing the songs of Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, and Johnny Cash. 

Read Full Article

Potomac State College-Community Concert Band to perform free concert

The West Virginia University Potomac State College-Community Concert Band, under the direction of Dr. Brian Plitnik, will perform a free concert on Tuesday, October 25, at 7:30 p.m. inthe Church-McKee Arts Center auditorium. 

The PSC-Community Concert Band consists of talented college students, high school students, and members of the surrounding communities who share a love of music. 

Read Full Article