WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - A 25-percent increase in student enrollment at West Virginia University.
A W-V-U-affiliated medical school in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle.
New and refurbished facilities on the Morgantown campus.
These are just some of the university's accomplishments that outgoing W-V-U President David C- Hardesty listed today in his final State of the University address. Hardesty delivered the address to West Virginia's congressional delegation, alumni and friends in Washington, D-C.
Hardesty is retiring in September after 12 years at the university. Michael S- Garrison will replace him in the fall.
Hardesty says he's grateful to the people who worked with him. He encouraged them to do the same with Garrison.