The Student Support Services (SSS) program, a federal TRIO program funded by the United States Department of Education, has been enhancing the student experience at WVU Tech since 1971, making it one of the oldest programs of its kind in the nation.
In last week’s Charleston Gazette, sports editor/columnist Mitch Vingle shared some good news about WVU Tech student-athletes and how they stepped up to help out during the recent train derailment.
Charleston Daily Mail Editorial – February 19, 2015
When classes were cancelled for the remainder of the week due to an off-campus incident and water outage, students were given the option to be transported to Beckley for residential accommodations or go home for the remainder of the week. Students who opted to go home found it difficult to dig their cars out from the many inches of snow that fell in this week’s winter storm. That is, until they received help from three dedicated WVU Tech staff members – Roger Koch, Roy Ford and Keith Cottrell.
WVU Tech to keep campus closed until Monday
Samuel Speciale, Charleston Daily Mail
(2/20/15 2:00 p.m.)
Campus is closed on Friday, February 20, 2015 and will officially reopen to employees on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. Classes have been cancelled through February 20, 2015 and are scheduled to resume at 8 a.m. on Monday, February 23, 2015.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating our alumni who were hit by Cupid’s arrow at WVU Tech. From an introduction at a Greek social to a proposal on the Tech Mall and a wedding in Jamaica, WVU Tech will always hold a special place in the hearts of our alumni who began their love story on campus.
On Tuesday, February 3, a dozen student and staff volunteers from the WVU Tech Association for Women Engineers, Scientists, Or Mathematicians Empowerment (AWESOME) joined more than 200 middle and high school girls in the state’s Capitol Complex for the inaugural Girls’ Day at the Legislature.