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Fairmont State University
Fairmont State University, founded in 1865, is a public university of the arts and sciences. It was founded as a private teacher training school, became state-supported in 1867, and began offering bachelor's degrees in 1943. Programs are offered through the Schools of Business and Economics, Education and Health and Human Performance, Fine Arts, Health Careers, Languages and Literatures, Science and Mathematics, Social Science, and Technology. Its 120-acre campus is located in Fairmont, 75 miles south of Pittsburgh.
Hunt–Arnold Undergraduate Scholarship
sponsored by Fairmont State University
Applicant must be a minority from Marion, Harrison or Monongalia counties with outstanding academic criteria.
Pierpont Community and Technical College
Pierpont Community & Technical College, located in Fairmont, WV, is a comprehensive community college serving 13 counties in north central West Virginia. Sharing a 120-acre main campus with its partner institution Fairmont State University, Pierpont offers students the responsiveness of a community college with the amenities of a university.
AIA West Virginia Scholarship
sponsored by American Institute of Architects - West Virginia Chapter
Applicant must be a student enrolled at Fairmont State University in a four-year non-professional B.S.Arch. program.
Four–Year Schools in West Virginia with Articulation Agreements
These are the four-year schools in the Mountain State accepting articulation agreements. Check with each school you're considering to confirm which community colleges they're working with. (What's an articulation agreement? Basically, it allows students to transfer recognized community college credits toward their four-year degree. Not too shabby!)
Schools Where Mormons Feel Comfortable
source: The College Finder research, including a review of institutes that provide training and/or religious services held nationally for Mormon students. Colleges with 150 or more student members are included on this list.
At these schools, Mormon students tend to thrive in the accepting environments.