Students interested in attending Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College in the fall are invited to attend the school’s Instant Decision Days on May 23 or May 31. As Eastern’s student registration event, Instant Decision Day will help students learn how Eastern can help them achieve their career aspirations.
The two free events, scheduled in the Discovery Center at Petersburg High School, 207 Viking Drive in Petersburg on May 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in the Spokes Classroom at Hampshire High School, 1 Trojan Way in Romney from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 31, will give students the opportunity to discuss Eastern’s offerings, including requirements for entering and completing the school’s hands-on, career-technical, and baccalaureate transfer programs.
“Instant Decision Day is our one-stop shop,” said Dean of Student Access and Success Monica Wilson.
“We are saving students time and coming to their area instead of them coming to the main campus.”
Eastern’s fully-accredited programs include associate degrees in applied science, arts and science and customized degree programs that include on-the-job training as part of the curriculum. Programs are available in business management, accounting, information technology, wind energy technology, nursing, administrative support technology, early childhood development, computer applications, automotive technology and electromechanical technology.
Classes are available through traditional onsite day courses and evening distance learning formats. Students can choose to attend full- or- part-time depending on their schedule.
Students will also be able to apply for financial aid funds by completing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), complete assessments in math and English, and register for fall courses at these events.
For additional information, please visit www.easternwv.edu.