News and Events
As the chief workforce education and community partnerships officer, Dr. Fuhr will be responsible for the development and implementation of instructional systems, credit and non-credit instructional programs, and services in support of employers, economic development professionals and life-long learning.
President’s Cabinet agreed to teach fall academic and dual credit classes online and career and technical lab courses face-to-face, practicing social distancing and using PPE.
Grant Available to Degree- or Certificate-Seeking Students who register for at least six academic credit hours before July 24, 2020. Instant Decision Day will be held on July 24th, where those interested can complete the free admissions application, fall registration, the FAFSA, and more.
The Michael Moore Scholarship will be awarded to two students qualified to enroll in Early Entrance classes while attending high school in Hardy County during the 2020-2021 Academic Year. The application deadline is July 24, 2020.
Funding for Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College’s Automotive Technology Program is now available with the West Virginia Invests Grant Program.
Eastern values diversity, mutual respect, and freedom of speech – a right protected by the 1st Amendment. However, we will never condone or tolerate displays of hate, discrimination, or bigotry and strongly condemn violent displays of intolerance. While we encourage the sharing of thoughts and ideas, our top priority remains safety and justice for all.
Joe McGee, English faculty member at Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College, received the 2020 Children’s Choice Award by the International Literacy Association’s Children’s Book Council.
The 2020 Nursing Cohort at Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College has successfully completed their program and will enter the workforce amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Eastern's President, Dr. Charles "Chuck" Terrell received the 2020 Business Person of the Year Award from the Hardy County Chamber of Commerce.
Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College has received a three-year grant to form and operate a local food co-operative to strengthen the farming economy in the Potomac Highland counties.