Worth Fighting For
All colleges and universities in the state will likely be represented today and tomorrow in Martinsburg when the state Higher Education Policy Commission hosts another advising fair for students who attend Mountain State University.
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#1 Jul 16, 2012
I will be attending this today. But I am not sure what to expect in terms of advice. My next steph would have been a PhD.
#3 Jul 17, 2012
I was not able to get much advice. The advice I got was to push for my one final grade, grab my conferred degree while it is accredited and run!
#5 Jul 17, 2012
I just graduated with my Masters in the MSSL in May, will my degree still be valid even after the loss of accreditation?
#6 Jul 17, 2012
My understanding is that as long as you graduate before the loss of accreditation then your degree will always be valid. I graduated from MSU in 04 but have since obtained a masters from VT so I'm thankful but I imagine that it is a stressful time for current and recently graduated students.
#7 Jul 18, 2012
yes it is an accredited degree.
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