Martinsburg College provides performance oriented, skills-based educational programs to adults seeking to achieve improved levels of proficiency in a range of disciplines. Our history of providing education to adults dates back to 1980 when the first training center was opened in New York and has been based in Martinsburg, WV since 2006. Student-centered education was first introduced in our on-ground school in 1980. As educational technology improved, the school was able to benefit from decades of in-school experience and introduce distance education programs. Currently, all of Martinsburg College’s programs utilize distance education delivery. The college offers a range of programs in the areas of allied health, information technology, business, and homeland security. The college also offers a graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Martinsburg College seeks to provide high quality, relevant, and affordable distance learning programs to individuals who want to improve their personal and professional development and career growth opportunities.
The Institutional Objectives
The institutional goals are:
Maintain high quality, relevant, educational programs for which there is a demand.
Continuously improve the quality of educational services and student outcomes.
The institutional objectives are:
Maintain high levels of student satisfaction.
Maintain high completion rates.
Achieve budgeted goals and maintain financial growth and stability.