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WVU Parkersburg and Meredith Manor International Equestrian Centre partner for degree program

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West Virginia University at Parkersburg has partnered with Meredith Manor International Equestrian Centre to offer an associate degree program to help prepare students for careers in the equine industry. The program provides an opportunity for current students or graduates of

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WVU Parkersburg and Marshall University sign articulation agreement for students to earn MBA

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has signed an articulation agreement that will provide its students the opportunity to earn a Master of Business Administration degree from Marshall University. Under the agreement, WVU Parkersburg students who earn an undergraduate degree with

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WVU Parkersburg STEM division awarded grant for new manufacturing program

The West Virginia Community and Technical College System awarded its Rapid Response grant to West Virginia University at Parkesburg’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division to launch an advanced manufacturing degree program. The associate of applied science degree will

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Chemours makes donation to West Virginia University at Parkersburg

The Chemours Company made a donation to West Virginia University at Parkersburg, providing upgrades to the college’s Computer Information Technology (CIT) program. The WVU at Parkersburg Foundation accepted the gift on behalf of the college as part of their mission

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WVU Parkersburg announces spring 2018 graduates

West Virginia University at Parkersburg awarded certificates, associate and bachelor’s degrees to spring 2018 graduates during commencement held Saturday, May 5, 2018 in the College Activities Center. This semester, the college graduated 304 students from six states. Academic honors were

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