Fairmont State University will welcome prospective students at its fall Maroon & White Day on Saturday, October 15.
Fairmont State hosts students each fall and spring for its large-scale, on-campus open house where traditional and non-traditional students and their families are provided the opportunity to explore the University’s offerings.
On Saturday, September 17, Fairmont State University will host prospective students at the Fairmont State Night at Power Park in Charleston.
The Appalachian Power Park is home to the Charleston Dirty Birds baseball team, who will take on the Gastonia Honey Hunters from Gastonia, S.C. during the event. The game will start at approximately 6:35 p.m., with Fairmont State University Interim President, Dianna Phillips, slated to throw the first pitch.
Fairmont State will provide rising high school seniors the opportunity to kick-start their college search at the University’s Falcon’s-Eye View events, aiming to give students a broad perspective of the college search process.
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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