The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (HEPC) has approved $750,000 worth of campus improvement projects designed to increase recruitment and retention, including renovations for the new Student Success Center. The funds, which were appropriated by the West Virginia Legislature, were approved by the HEPC on May 18, 2012 for the designated projects.
WVU Tech is pleased to announce that Kelslyn Brown, Hunter Gray, Doma Yahaya and Haley Pauley are the recipients of the Richard C. Flint scholarship fund for the upcoming academic year. The scholarship fund was established in the memory of Richard C. Flint for students in the Department of Social Sciences and Public Administration.
West Virginia University Institute of Technology celebrated the Class of 2012 during the 113th Commencement on the Montgomery campus on Saturday, May 5, 2012. The ceremony recognized 178 graduates.