Learn
More

News

Mon Health Mass Casualty Simulation

Preparing for the Unthinkable: Inside a Realistic Mass Casualty Simulation Step into the action with us as we delve into our recent mass casualty simulation with the Mon Health cohort! Taking place on May 3, 2024, this event was no ordinary exercise – it was a thrilling test of our students’ triage skills in a … Read more

The Rise of Online Education

In recent years, the academic landscape has undergone a profound transformation. While still important, the traditional, brick-and-mortar schools are no longer the sole avenue for learning. The advent of online education has broadened access to education and provided a flexible learning environment for individuals with busy schedules. This innovative approach to education is compelling academic … Read more

WVJC Morgantown Nursing
Pinning Ceremony

Morgantown Nursing Pinning Celebration The Nursing Pinning Ceremony is a momentous occasion as we celebrate the incredible journey of the WVJC nursing students who graduated and received their pins on April 27th, 2024! 🎉 These students poured their hearts and souls into their education, dedicating countless hours to study and embracing every challenging moment of … Read more

Measuring Oxygen Saturation Demonstration

Hands-On Skills – Measuring Oxygen Saturation West Virginia Junior College’s accelerated associate degree in Clinical Medical Assistant program provides valuable in-lab, hands-on training to our students. Watch as student Alexia demonstrates how to measure oxygen saturation using a pulse oximeter. Medical assisting students at WVJC enjoy smaller classes, one-on-one instructional opportunities, and hands-on learning. They … Read more

Mental Health Resources For Students

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month!  Were you aware that a significant number of college students are experiencing one or more mental health challenges? According to a 2022-23 Healthy Minds Study, a majority of 59% of college students face these concerns. As you balance family, life, and college, it is important to realize that you … Read more

Laila Minigh – Student Highlight

Meet Information Technology Student Laila Minigh Laila Minigh’s transition from South Harrison High School to West Virginia Junior College (WVJC) marked a significant milestone in her academic journey. As she stood at the threshold of higher education, she carefully weighed her options, ultimately drawn to WVJC by its proximity and the promise of intimate class … Read more

Michael Payne – Student Highlight

Information Technology student Michael Payne discusses his time as a work-study student at WVJC. Our small, hands-on class settings and flexible scheduling allow students like Michael, right out of high school, to work and earn an income while pursuing their dreams. To get started on your great career and great life, request information from WVJC … Read more

WVJC Online Pharm Tech Clinical Sessions

Students enrolled in the Pharmacy Technician program at WVJC Online participate in clinical sessions held at the Pharmacy Technician Lab on the Morgantown campus. Clinical experience is vital to the education of our students. It helps to provide a hands-on learning experience where they can ask questions and learn essential skills for their future roles … Read more

Travis Kimmel – Faculty Highlight

Meet Travis Kimmel, Assistant Program Director of Cybersecurity Travis Kimmel embarked on his academic journey by completing his Associate’s Degree in Information Technology from the Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology in Uniontown, PA. This institute, a former sister site of WVJC, provided him with foundational knowledge in the field. Building upon this, Travis pursued … Read more

Mobile Nursing Lab Visits

The West Virginia Junior College is proud to announce that Florence, our mobile nursing lab, is available for school visits! Our faculty and staff will bring the one-of-a-kind mobile nursing lab to your school for hands-on interactive labs for your students! We can park Florence in your school parking lot and walk groups of students … Read more