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Fall Open House 10/29/19 to 10/29/19
Shepherd University in Martinsburg invites you the Fall Open House on Tuesday, October 29 between noon and 5:30 P.M. to learn how degree completion help you carve out a new career! Light fare will be served and those in attendance may register to win one of a few cool door prizes.

The Regents Bachelor of Arts offers high quality training with NEW emphases designed to create a degree path based on your interest. Perhaps you can apply work experience or military training for credit to create the fastest path to degree completion. Check out the Masters of Business Administration too; don’t miss opportunities that can become a springboard to success!

Experience Shepherd University Martinsburg Center; don’t fall back on old habits, make change now at Shepherd University in Martinsburg. Visit on Tuesday, October 29th between noon and 5:30 P.M.

Learn about degree options and tuition discount information, visit www.MartinsburgCenter.info

shepherd university martinsburg center
Address: 261 Aikens Center
City: Martinsburg
County: Berkeley
Phone: 304-263-3303
Email: martinsburg@shepherd.edu
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/368726927104133/
Cost: free
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