Go, Catamounts! Potomac State College of West Virginia University in Keyser, while sporting one of the most unique mascot nicknames in the nation, is also West Virginia’s only residential junior college. It’s proud, in fact, that it doesn’t fit neatly into any traditional category; it offers both two-year and four-year degrees while focusing on preparing students to enter its larger brother, WVU, 90 miles away in Morgantown. Plus, educational authorities in the area confirm that PSC’s tuition rates are the lowest of any four-year institution in the state. If that doesn’t convince you that a great educational value is to be found here, consider PSC’s average class size of 24, and professors that are focused on helping students succeed, as opposed to impersonal research. A fully-staffed Honors Program challenges PSC’s brightest to go above and beyond the norm. And student life is alive and vibrant here; clubs involving everything from archery and creative writing to life science and student government ensure there’s always something fun to do. Potomac State College is the eastern United States’ strongest bridge to success!