Marshall University's Mid-Ohio Valley Center hosting open house
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. -- Marshall University's Mid-Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant will host an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 24.
Representatives from Marshall will be available to answer questions and assist with the applications process, enrollment, financial aid and educational planning.
"We want students to consider Marshall University as a whole," said Homer Preece, director of the center located in Mason County. "We want to provide information on all programs that are being offered, whether it is here at the Mid-Ohio Valley Center or in Huntington or South Charleston.
Information will be provided on both graduate and undergraduate programs, he added.
The Mid-Ohio Valley Center provides core courses and specialized programs of study through daytime and evening time periods that meet the needs of accelerated high school students, traditional college age students and those adults who have chosen to return to school. The center offers three complete master's degree programs, two complete bachelor's degree programs and multiple undergraduate and graduate-level courses in various academic areas.
The center also is serving the following students in Hannan High School, the Mason County Career Center, Point Pleasant High School and Wahama High School.
Information also will be available for online classes, the Regents Bachelor of Arts program and more.
The center is located at 1 John Marshall Way, Point Pleasant.