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Dr. Sarah Armstrong Tucker, Chancellor of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the Community and Technical College System, addresses those gathered at Glenville State’s Winter Commencement ceremony in December.
Dr. Sarah Armstrong Tucker, Chancellor of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the Community and Technical College System, addresses those gathered at Glenville State’s Winter Commencement ceremony in December.

Upshur County students graduate from Glenville State

GLENVILLE, W.Va. – Six Upshur County students have received their degrees from Glenville State College, now Glenville State University, as members of the Winter 2021 graduating class.

Emily Henline of French Creek graduated Cum Laude with an Associate in Arts degree in General Studies as part of Glenville State’s Milestone Initiative.

Keelin Howes of Buckhannon graduated with an Associate in Arts degree in General Studies as part of Glenville State’s Milestone Initiative.

Dawson Lilly of Buckhannon graduated Cum Laude with an Associate in Arts degree in General Studies as part of Glenville State’s Milestone Initiative.

Kaitlyn Luterek of Buckhannon graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Associate in Arts degree in General Studies as part of Glenville State’s Milestone Initiative.

Emily Moore of Buckhannon graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in Management.

Joseph Wilkinson of Buckhannon graduated with an Associate in Arts degree in General Studies as part of Glenville State’s Milestone Initiative.

The Milestone Initiative at Glenville State signifies the important academic accomplishment of students who are working toward a bachelor’s degree.

Founded in 1872, Glenville State University is a public liberal arts university located in Glenville, West Virginia. The institution offers a variety of traditional and online degree programs and several NCAA Division II athletic teams. GSU is celebrating 150 years in 2022.

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