Fairmont State University



University Terrace is open!  This 347 bed facility includes a variety of living spaces located in the heart of campus.



Fighting Falcons alumnus Perry Baker competed on Team USA Rugby in the Rio Olympics.



Be first to excel in the classroom and graduate from one of 80+ bachelor degree programs.

"Students here are lucky in that we have a fairly small faculty to student ratio and that they can get individualized attention. It can be a much more personalized educational experience for them."

Don Trisel
Interim Dean
College of Science & Technology

"Our goal in teaching Architecture is trying to teach people to think about a creative process and a critical way to solve problems. We want students to get to the point where they are asking big questions and always asking ‘what if.’ "

Philip Freeman, Architect, NCARB
Associate Professor of Architecture
College of Science & Technology

"We work one-on-one with students in order to have them be successful. They have our home phone numbers; they have our cell phone numbers. We're pretty tight with the students."

Sharon Boni, Ph.D., RN
School of Nursing and Allied Health Administration

"When you’re not lecturing, but you’re working with the students and you’re actually engaging them in the topic at hand, I think that’s when this job is the best. That’s a great day."

Kimberly Murphy, CSP
Adjunct Professor of Occupational Safety
College of Science & Technology

“The archeological evidence indicates that the first ceramics were made over 20,000 years ago. Like other areas in the arts, sciences and humanities, ceramics remains an important gauge of cultural sophistication.”

Jeff Greenham
Assistant Professor of Art
School of Fine Arts

“We want these kids to succeed. When they walk across that stage and they get that diploma, we are in tears every time because we had a little bit of a part in it. It takes everybody.”

Debbie Renick
Library Associate
Ruth Ann Musick Library

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 11:30am

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 6:00pm

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 7:00pm

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 4:00pm

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 6:00pm


Next 150 Years

Please share your own ideas for what the future holds for Fairmont State on Twitter and Facebook with #Next150.

At the beginning of 2016, it’s time to look ahead to the next 150 years for Fairmont State. What will these years bring?