Fairmont State University

Fairmont State University, with a 120-acre main campus in the Friendly City of Fairmont, West Virginia, is part of the state's growing high technology corridor. Situated near larger cities like Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and more rural areas with opportunities for outdoor recreation, the University's location is ideal. The FSU family educates, enriches, and engages students to achieve personal and professional success. FSU's student-centered environment provides about 80 undergraduate programs of study, as well as graduate programs in architecture, business, criminal justice, and education. FSU offers programs in fine arts, business, education, science and technology, nursing and liberal arts. Aviation technology programs are offered at the Robert C. Byrd National Aerospace Education Center in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Unique programs include National Security and Intelligence and minors in Folklore Studies and Museum Studies. The main campus is home to the Frank and Jane Gabor West Virginia Folklife Center. FSU also offers classes in Harrison County, West Virginia, at the Gaston Caperton Center. With an enrollment of more than 4,000, including many adult students, FSU is large enough that you will find a vibrant campus life and small enough that you will not get lost in the crowd.

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Public, Coed 1865 N/A Semester $0 1201 Locust Avenue, Fairmont, WV 26554 (304) 367-4000
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West Virginia Fairmont 860