CHARLESTON, WV – West Virginia Junior College’s Charleston Campus is getting a face lift. While students are enjoying a week off from classes, faculty and volunteers are working hard to give the school a new, fresh feel for the start of classes on April 1.
Changes include new computers and bulletin boards. However, the biggest change will be the location of a few computer labs and the library. Rooms 106 and 108 are being painted and converted into the new library and study center. This change allows students to have more direct access to the library and its resources, without having to climb three flights of stairs.
Conversely, the library is being transformed into a new, large computer lab. This will allow students to hold meetings, lectures and other events in one single space. “The move is very exciting for everyone,” said Angie Boyd, librarian. “The library will be more accessible to everyone, and students now have the option of a very large meeting space”
We would like to thank all of the volunteer students and staff who have taken time out of their break to assist with the move. We are excited for a great start on April 1!