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Pierpont President hopeful tuition-free bill survives House of Delegates
 
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Tuition-free community college is again under consideration at the state Capitol.
 
In a bill recently passed by the State Senate, West Virginia high school graduates of any age would be eligible to take advantage of free tuition at any of the Mountain State’s nine technical and community colleges.
Perfect for Valentine's Day: Chocolate-covered strawberries
 
Dual enrollment and early college are essential ingredients to college completion
 
President Johnny Moore Reacts to Free Community College Bill
 
Dual Enrollment and Early College are Essential Ingredients to College Completion
 
Pierpont Partners with YouthBuild to Help Young People Get an Education and Find a Career
 
ELKINS — Elkins Rotary Club members learned Monday about a local program that helps young people get an education and find a career.
 
WVU Extension Service and Pierpont Community & Technical College Offering Oil and Gas Safety Specialist Program
 
FAIRMONT — Pierpont Community & Technical College and West Virginia University Safety and Health Extension have partnered to provide an Oil and Gas Safety Specialist Program to individuals and employers interested in working safely in the oil and gas industry.
 
Pierpont Community & Technical College Prepares for More Success in 2019
 
FAIRMONT — With more public partnerships, a $2 million veterinarian technology facility and a revamped strategic plan on the horizon, Pierpont Community & Technical College is preparing for a busy 2019.
 
Pierpont Community & Technical College Announces President's and Dean's List for Fall 2018
 
Fairmont, WV - Pierpont Community & Technical College has released the Dean’s List and the President’s List to recognize high-achieving students for their academic distinction for Fall 2018.
 
Pierpont Graduates Celebrate with Winter Ceremony
 
FAIRMONT – Kevin O’Connor was only in his cap and gown for a few brief minutes Thursday when he graduated from college. But that was all he needed to capture the memory because although he wouldn’t be involved in the traditional graduation ceremony, the Pierpont Community and Technical College student still had the chance to be recognized.
 

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