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WVU exploring purchase of Mountain State U. campus

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia University is hoping to decide whether to purchase of the Mountain State University campus in Beckley by the end of the year.

Earlier this month, officials announced that the schools entered into an exclusive agreement to evaluate the possible purchase of the private school’s campus.

The agreement allows WVU to explore the facilities, location, academic programs, student services, learning opportunities and other areas.

The Register-Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1qt980S) that WVU President Gordon Gee said in Beckley on Tuesday that the school aims to make a decision by the end of 2014.

Gee says he’d love to be a partner in the southern part of the state.

Mountain State University’s accreditation was revoked by the state Higher Education Policy Commission in June 2012 because of leadership, organizational and integrity issues.

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Information from: The Register-Herald, http://www.register-herald.com

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