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    The Mountain State offers more than 75 colleges, universities, community colleges, and technical schools. The two prominent institutions of West Virginia University - located in Morgantown, and Marshall University - located in Huntington, are popular choices for students in West Virginia. Other four-year institutions include Fairmont State University, Concord University, and Shepherd University. The scenic, mountainous state also offers a variety of private school options, such as David and Elkins College, University of Charleston, and Bethany College. West Virginia Wesleyan College, located in Buckhannon, is a nationally ranked private Christian liberal arts school, and it routinely ranks as one of the Princeton Review’s Best Southeastern Colleges.

    • Salem International University

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      223 W Main St, Salem, WV 26426

      Salem International University is college with 441 students located in Salem, WV. learn more

      Master's University, Heavy Focus on Undergraduate Professions, Open Admissions, Focus on Undergraduate Arts and Science
    • Appalachian Bible College

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      161 College Drive, Mount Hope, WV 25880

      Appalachian Bible College is Baptist college with 278 students located in Mount Hope, WV. learn more

      Seminary / Bible College, Religiously affiliated

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    • There are 41 Colleges in West Virginia.

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