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West Virginia State University and Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College signed a series of articulation agreement on Feb. 7 allowing students to begin study in five career fields at KVCTC and continue at State.

Those fields are criminal justice, art, history, English with a literature option, and Health Sciences Leadership in Allied Health and Rehabilitation.

The agreements were effective immediately upon signing.

KVCTC was previously known as the West Virginia State Community and Technical College and was located on the WVSU campus in Institute. Following passage of legislation in 2008 that separated community and technical colleges from universities, the school changed its name to KVCTC and relocated to the West Virginia Regional Technology Park in South Charleston.

 

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