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West Virginia Community and Technical College System

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West Virginia Community and Technical College System

West Virginia Community and Technical College System is a statewide system of 10 regional community colleges serving the state of West Virginia. It was created to bring uniformity to the state's system of community colleges. Previously some area had schools that were a part of large universities, others a part of small colleges, and others were stand alone. There also was a great overlap between different community colleges and between the community colleges and the regular colleges in the same areas. The system tries to define the programmatic distinctions between the community college and the regular college, and the geographic service area of each community college.

The system consists of:

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