Campus E-Bulletin BoardArchive 2009
- Submit Your Claims Online. FBMC announces online Flexible Spending Account claim submission through www.myFBMC.com. This process allows FSA participants to submit online a scanned image of a completed claim form along with black and white scans of supporting documentation. Submitting claims online gets reimbursement requests to FBMC faster, thus expediting reimbursement funds back to participants. Further details and instructions are available on the website. (Submitted by Peggy Jameson 7/21/09)
- MOM Helpers Needed. Have you signed up as a volunteer for MOM - the Mission of Mercy Dental Clinic? WVU Parkersburg is hosting MOM on July 31 and August 1. Free dental services will be provided to anyone 18 years of age or older. Organizers expect to process 1,200 patients on a first-come, first-serve basis during the two days between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Become involved as a volunteer. Call the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Dept. (304-485-7374) or visit here.
- Benefits Announcement. WVU Benefits Administration offers this reminder to benefit-eligible employees that the Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA) new plan year premiums will be reflected in the July 16 paychecks. For further information, please refer to the PEIA Shopper’s Guide here.
- Grant Building Survey. The college is conducting an online survey to collect input regarding potential usage of the W.T. Grant building in downtown Parkersburg. The 32,000-square-foot facility was given to the college; options to develop a downtown educational center are being considered. You may access the survey and provide feedback at this link. (Submitted 7/8/09)
- 20 and Counting. The campus community and guests enjoyed a cookout July 1st to celebrate 20 years as WVU Parkersburg. College President Marie Foster Gnage noted highlights from the past two decades. July 1st also marked her fifth anniversary as president. Click on a photo for a larger version.
- Early Learning Center. July 1 marks the beginning of the renaming of the Children’s Room to the Early Learning Center. The Center began over 30 years ago as place to provide temporary care for children of staff and faculty. Since then the Center has expanded programming and the mission now includes caring for children of students, staff, faculty, and the community. The Center also serves as a practicum placement site for Early Childhood Development Associate Degree students and an observation site for Education and Health Science students. We believe the new name appropriately reflects the goals and mission of the current center and is representative of the learning and activities provided to our youngest students. (Submitted by Linda Novak 6/30/09)