Logan Students Visit WVSU
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On April 26th, 2012 students in the Appalachian Center for Equality's BAPS (Believing All Is Possible!) mentoring program toured West Virginia State University where they learned about the Upward Bound program and the academic and extracurricular opportunities offered. Photos: Lida Shepherd
Students from the Appalachian Center for Equality's BAPS (Believing All is Possible!) mentoring program in Logan, WV visited West Virginia State University, a historically black univerity, in April 2012. During our time on campus, we met with the Director of the Upward Bound program, attended the Multicultural Day activities, toured the campus, and met with a financial aid officer to learn about scholarship opportunities. By the end of the day, the students were very excited about the prospect of attending WVSU.