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Pierpont is soliciting proposals pursuant to West Virginia Code §5A-3-10b to provide a student refund management solution. For more information, CLICK HERE.

To view the Fall 2020 President's List and Dean's List, please CLICK HERE.

Pierpont has a surplus of a variety of equipment available. Please, see the list below.

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We are honored that Pierpont Community & Technical College has been selected as a 2020 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges Award winner for the fourth consecutive year. 

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Last week our faculty from the School of Health Sciences of Pierpont Community & Technical College helped gather and donate much needed supplies for UHC and Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.

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Pierpont Community & Technical College’s Drafting Design program is contributing to the efforts of health care providers in the state of West Virginia. Responding to the call of the Council for Community and Technical College system, faculty in the computer drafting and design programs and the graphics design programs are working to create 3D printed face shields.

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#NISODProfiles | April 18, 2019

What is the most rewarding part about being a staff member of a community or technical college?
Hands down the students! I love helping students succeed and watching them grow from semester to semester. Our students are also a part of our local community, so to get to watch them grow and succeed means that I get to watch our community flourish.

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WV Chamber selects 11 companies as 'Five-Diamond Employers'

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce named 11 "Five-Diamond Employers" for 2019.

The chamber selects state businesses for the designation each year. According to a release from the chamber, any member organization doing business in West Virginia is eligible.

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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.

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