Jan Kiger, Fairmont State University Health and Human Performance Department Chair, was recently named the 2020 Recreation and Leisure Leadership Award recipient by the Society of Health and Physical Education for West Virginia (SHAPEWV). SHAPEWV is a professional education association in which members work collaboratively for the betterment of the organization, local institutions of learning and the State of West Virginia to provide a healthier place to play, learn, work, grow and live.
Two Grafton, West Virginia natives have established a new endowed scholarship for students at Fairmont State University.
David and Barbara Riggleman, both Fairmont State alumni, chose to support the College of Education, Health and Human Performance through the David and Barbara Riggleman Endowed Scholarship because of the impact that educators had on their lives.
Members of Fairmont State University's chapter of Psi Chi, an International Honor Society in Psychology, have set out to improve their fellow classmates’ wellbeing through a project titled “Falcons Fight Food Insecurity.”
In partnership with elementary and middle schools throughout Marion County, Fairmont State University’s Student Government Association has announced the continuation of its Christmas with a Falcon sponsorship program.
Fairmont State University will honor graduates as part of the 152nd Commencement on Saturday, November 20. The University will celebrate graduating students from each of its five colleges during two separate Fall Commencement Ceremonies taking place in the Feaster Center on campus.
The Fall Commencement Ceremonies will take place as follows:
Fairmont State University will continue its annual SOAR Award events to provide first-time freshmen admitted to the University a $500 annually renewable scholarship for up to four years. The SOAR Award opportunities were established in 2018 to assist students offset their educational costs as an institutional commitment to student achievement and success.
Inside Dr. Raymond Alvarez’s healthcare management classroom in Jaynes Hall, the walls are decorated with storyboards showcasing photos and written articles that depict the history of healthcare and education in the local community.
Fairmont State University will begin Winter Term courses on Monday, November 29. Winter Term is a “mini-semester” during which credit and non-credit courses may be taken in a shorter period of time.
The optional Winter Term provides current and transient students a chance to earn credit-hours online over the course of a five-week period, through Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Students may enroll in one course during Winter Term or choose to earn internship or field work experience.
College for West Virginia, an online resource for high school students across the state, has designated November 1 - 5 as College Application Week. Hosted annually, the campaign seeks to increase the Higher Education Policy Commission’s efforts to grow the number of students choosing to pursue postsecondary education.
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