CSCC Hosts Cougar Day At Walker Valley And Signing Day For Meigs County HS

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Dr. Seymour with the MCHS seniors who signed up to attend Cleveland State Community College in the fall.
Dr. Seymour with the MCHS seniors who signed up to attend Cleveland State Community College in the fall.

Dr. Bill Seymour, Cleveland State president, served as the keynote speaker for Meigs County High School Signing Day on Tuesday.  

CSCC also hosted a Cougar Day at Walker Valley High School on Wednesday.

For more information on Cleveland State Community College, visit www.clevelandstatecc.edu. 

Dr. Ann Cunningham, Healthcare Department chair, advises students at WVHS during their Cougar Day.
Dr. Ann Cunningham, Healthcare Department chair, advises students at WVHS during their Cougar Day.

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