WELCOME and MISSION -
Welcome to the College of Science and Technology. Our mission is to promote effective student learning in science, math, and technology and to prepare top-quality graduates for their future endeavors, including graduate study, employment, or other personal goals.
Our faculty and staff are proud of our excellent academic programs and the dynamic learning experiences that we offer. Explore the wonderful, exciting world of the natural sciences, mathematics, computer science, science, and math education and the wide variety of engineering technology disciplines in which you can earn your degree. The professional opportunities awaiting individuals who earn degrees in our college are expanding rapidly and your future is limited only by your interests and willingness to apply your talents. Enjoy your visit and learn more about our dedicated, well-qualified faculty, courses, research, and internship activities and excellent facilities. Your degree will make you highly competitive in gaining your first professional position or admission to graduate/professional studies.
We invite you to explore our academic programs and opportunities for pre-professional study:
Biology, Chemistry, and Geoscience Department
Computer Science, Math, and Physics Department
- Master of Architecture
- Aviation Technology
- Civil Engineering Technology
- Electronics Engineering Technology
- Graphics Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Occupational Safety
- Technology Education Program
S.T.A.N.D. Honored by Governor Tomblin for Community Service
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recognized the Fairmont State University student organization Students Taking Action in Nature’s Defense (S.T.A.N.D.) with a special certificate for their participation in the Governor’s Day to Serve.
Tomblin proclaimed Saturday, Sept. 29, as the official date of the Day to Serve. The day is meant to be dedicated to strengthening local communities through volunteer service. Tomblin presented S.T.A.N.D. advisers Dr. Donald Trisel and Dr. Erica Harvey, student members and Fairmont State University President Maria Rose with the certificate during the ribbon cutting ceremony for The Nest Student Food Bank on Thursday, Sept. 27.
“West Virginians are known for their kindness, compassion and neighborly spirit,” Tomblin said in a press release about the Day to Serve.
Photo: Back left - Alex Swauger; (front left) Keshia Jennings, Megha Basnet, Sabari Shrestha, Gov. Tomblin, Michael Barber, Dr. Don Trisel, Dr. Erica Harvey, and President Maria Rose.