The Glenville State-WVU proposed collaboration has apparently been put on hold. The schools say they are waiting for the state's Higher Education Policy Commission to develop some policies on how institutions might merge.

Glenville State is in serious financial trouble and is seeking ways to survive. Student enrollment is dropping and money is not available to maintain the campus infrastructure. President Thomas Powell has taken a pro-active roll in dealing with the college's problems.

The guidelines were presented to the commission this week and a draft will be made by April 25th.

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