Story Provided by Media Relations On Nov. 14, West Liberty University Foundation received a gift of $25,000 from American Electric Power (AEP) Foundation that will strengthen STEM education for its students.
By Logan Arneson, Contributing Writer The city of Wheeling now has a small piece of West Liberty in their atmosphere. The West Liberty University Foundation is leasing office spaces located at 1100 Main Street, otherwise known as the former Horne’s building, as multi-purpose units. These offices will be used as easy access for outside business meetings with West Liberty University.
By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer Are you a music major who plays a bass instrument? Or are you a rising senior studying dental hygiene? There are various scholarships available for multiple majors. You might be eligible for additional scholarships from West Liberty University Foundation.
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor The West Liberty Foundation has accepted an estate gift of over $800,000 from former professor Dr. Lawerence H. Talley’s estate. The estate gift will fund four-year, full-ride scholarships for incoming College of Sciences freshmen students majoring in either chemistry or biology.
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer The cost of a college education is nothing to take lightly. With the cost of tuition, room and board, meal plans, and books and supplies, the price of a four-year education can be quite costly; however, it does not always have to be.
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer In 2011, West Liberty University opened the WLU Highlands Center in Triadelphia, W.Va. Now, West Lib is once again expanding beyond the Hilltop with the West Liberty University Downtown Center in Wheeling, W.Va. The new location is located at 1100 Main Street, the former location of Horne’s Department Store.